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Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning
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Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning

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  • 1. Chapter 4 Training and Conditioning • Principles of conditioning – Warm-up and cool-down – Motivation – Overload (SAID) – Consistency – Progression – Intensity – Specificity – Individuality – Minimize stress – Safety
  • 2. Flexibility and Stretching • Limited by??? • Agonist vs antagonist • Types of stretching techniques – Ballistic – Static – PNF • Slow-reversal-hold-relax • Contract-relax • Hold-relax
  • 3. Neurophysiologic Basis of Stretching • Stretch Reflex – Muscle spindles
  • 4. Muscle Spindle • Extrafusal vs. Intrafusal fibers • extrafusal = skeletal muscle fibers • intrafusal = muscle spindle fibers • Detects length and rate of length
  • 5. Muscle Spindles • Intrafusal fibers – located within muscle belly – stretching a muscle also stretches the muscle spindle – most sensitive to rapid stretching
  • 6. Golgi Tendon Organ – located within tendons – Sensitive to excessive tension due to stretch – Most sensitive to excessive tension due to muscle contraction – excessive tension will cause a reflexive inhibition
  • 7. Type of muscle contraction • Eccentric • Concentric • Isometric • Econcentric
  • 8. Strength, Power, Endurance • Strength determined by: – Muscle fiber number/size – Neuromuscular efficiency – Biomechanical factors • Increased strength due to?
  • 9. Types of Resistance Training • Isometric • Isotonic • Isokinetic • Circuit training • Plyometric
  • 10. Types of Resistance Training • Isometric • Isotonic • Isokinetic • Circuit training • Plyometric

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