TRAINING ADAPTATIONS (CH11). Training principle of ADAPTATION. ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE SAID PRINCIPLE S = Specific A = Adaptation I = Imposed D = Demands It states that the physical activity we are involved in encourages our bodies to adapt in specific
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S = Specific A = Adaptation I = Imposed D = Demands
It states that the physical activity we are involved
in encourages our bodies to adapt in specific
ways to meet its demands.
- a long term physiological change in response to training loads that allows the body to meet the new demands.
Athletes training - specific to their sport.
Qu 1a: List 3 training methods that will predominantly bring about training adaptations to the aerobic energy system.
B: List three training methods that will predominantly bring about training adaptations to the anaerobic energy systems.
2. List two reasons why it is advantageous to use fat in preference to CHO as a fuel when working under aerobic conditions… CHO are also important though!!
3. What role do enzymes play in the body?
ADAPTATIONS OR LONG TERM CHANGES OCCUR TO EACH OF THE FOLLOWING…
Enlarged left ventricle
Thick ventricle wallCardiac Hypertrophy
UntrainedMuscular Adaptations Aerobic Training