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long interval fitness components

aerobic power
body composition

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medium interval fitness components

speed
anaerobic capacity

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short interval fitness components

speed
anaerobic capacity

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high intensity fitness components

anaerobic capacity
aerobic power
flexibility

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benefits of interval training

specific energy systems developed
pacing developed
highly structured allows progress to be measured

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applying intensity to interval training

percentage of MHR- long
rate of perceived exertion- short
time to complete rep- work:rest

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applying overload to an interval training program

increasing:
reps
distance
duration
intensity

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work interval

period of time work is undertaken

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rest interval

rest time between work periods
work:rest ratios

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work intensity

required RPE

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interval training

Repeated periods of work followed by periods of rest

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Short interval training

short, maximal intensity efforts targeting ATP-CP system

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Intermediate interval training

medium length intervals to develop lactate tolerance targeting the anaerobic glycolysis system

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Long interval training

longer, paced intervals to develop lactate inflection point
targeting the aerobic system

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High intensity interval training (HIIT)

short aerobic sessions with periods of high intensity work
followed by rest

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aerobic power

rate of energy released from aerobic respiration
relies on available oxygen
predominant energy system supplier for team/long distance

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flexibility

interaction between skeletal and muscular systems to allow full range of joint movement
static- range of motion possible when not moving
dynamic- resistance to motion in a joint when moving

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body composition

proportion of bone, muscle and fat within the body
lean tissue= muscle, bones and organs
fat tissue= essential and non essential fats

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anaerobic capacity

total yield of energy that can be obtained by atp-pc and anaerobic glycolysis

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speed

how fast you can move your body or body parts from one point to another