Training methods for elite kayakers.


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Training methods for elite kayakers.

  1. 1. Periodized trainingmodels for Elite kayakers Spoken and Analyzed by Sabina Prusa u3033866
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. What is a Training Model?
  4. 4. Periodized Models
  5. 5. Stages of Periodization Preporatory period Precompetition Competition Period Active Rest Off Season
  6. 6. Traditional Periodized methodlimitations Excessive fatigue Signs of conflicting Physiological responses Insufficient training stimulation Inability to Multi Peak
  7. 7. Current literature (2.2+-)5.0% improvement implementing blocked periodization in stuidies using kayakers showed an improvement in:  Performance  Stroke rate  Paddling power
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. 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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