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1

SPORT

Specificity
Progression
Overload
Reversibility
Tedium

2

What does SAID stand for and what training principle does this relate to?

Specific Adaptations to Imposed Demands
Links to progression

3

Define periodisation:

Organised division of training into blocks, each with a goal and time frame

4

3 cycles with time frames:

Macro: 1 year
Meso: 4-16 weeks
Micro: 1-3 weeks

5

5 phases of a season:

Preparatory (Off season)
Preparatory (Pre season)
Competitive (During season)
Competitive (2-3 weeks before)
Transition (Between end of season and off season)

6

Define tapering:

Maintain intensity but decrease volume by a third

7

What takes place in preparatory phase (1) (off season)?

General conditioning, aerobic and mobility training, strength conditioning

8

What takes place in preparatory phase (2) (off season)?

Intensity of training increases
Sport specific training increases
Training volume reduces
More competitive situations