Periodized trainingmodels for Elite kayakers Spoken and Analyzed by Sabina Prusa u3033866
objectives To review the sport kayaking To Evaluate types of Training Models To Identify Specific stages of a periodized Model To Review current literature To Distinguish the pros and cons To Analyze which training model is best
Stages of Periodization Preporatory period Precompetition Competition Period Active Rest Off Season
Traditional Periodized methodlimitations Excessive fatigue Signs of conflicting Physiological responses Insufficient training stimulation Inability to Multi Peak
Current literature (2.2+-)5.0% improvement implementing blocked periodization in stuidies using kayakers showed an improvement in: Performance Stroke rate Paddling power
other variables of improvement Strength prep-period can be achieved to desired Homeostatic regulation is maintained increase in general adaption to program with decrease in time.
Summary Blocked periodization fills the gap, so multi-peak training can occur Aids in minimizing Fatigue Improves strength and endurance Improves homeostatic regulation Increases general training adaptions
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