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1.6 Unit 4: Fitness Training and Programming- Speed for specific sport and strength training
Transcript of 1.6 Unit 4: Fitness Training and Programming- Speed for specific sport and strength training
Speed for specific sport and weight training
Checking for learning
A method of training that seeks to enhance the explosive reaction of the individual through powerful muscular contractions because of rapid eccentric contractions.
Sport specific speed training
Speed Training must be broken down into several different components, trained individually and then put back together to improve the person’s speed.
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Circuit training or
Stand up for
sit down for
Circuit training is an efficient way to condition the whole body
This type of contraction means the muscle gets longer.
These different components are:
• Reaction time
• Sprinting speed
To make speed training sport specific, you need to add in the sport specific skill or implement which makes the speed training more relevant to the training you are doing.
Using the handout can you relate each speed specific component of training with a sport of your choice .
1. To be able to explain the term speed training for specific sports
2. To understand strength training