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1

What does the "o" represent, explain

Overload; Stressing a system at a level above normal. It includes utilizing frequencey, intensity, duration(time) and mode(type).

2

What does the "S" represent, explain

Specificity; Targeting a muscle for improved performance.

3

What does the "I"represent, explain

Individual Differences.Given any two individuals on the same training program, their results will be different. This is primarily due to the genetic factor.

4

What does the "r" represent, explain

Reversibility. 1 to 2 weeks after ceasing training, detraining begins. Within several months all training gains may be lost.

5

What is the formula for maximum heart rate.

220- age

6

How to find the recovery rate in heart rate

Subtract the exercise pulse by the one minute rest pulse

7

What is better when comparing recovery rate, a Bigger number for recovery rate, or a smaller one

Bigger, the bigger number means more beets recovered.

8

What is the acronym used for the four training principles?

O Sir