AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC TRAINING. Exercise Physiology PEP 3510. I. ENERGY REQUIREMENTS. Training for a particular sport or performance goal must be based on its energy components . The amount of time spent in practice in order to meet the energy requirements varies according to sport demands.
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Major objective in exercise training is to cause biological adaptations.
In order for a training program to be beneficial, it must develop the specific physiological capabilities required to perform a given sport or activity.
SAID: specific adaptation to imposed demand.
Overload must be progressive to continue to prompt training adaptations.
Training Effect: the chronic anatomic, morphologic, physiologic, and psychologic changes that result from repeated exposure to exercise.
Heart Changes due to pressure overload.
Which is most critical for successful aerobic training?