Anaerobic Conditioning KH 2520
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Date Created: 02/02/16
ANAEROBIC CONDITIONING KH 2520 WHA TTHE HECK IS IT? Anaerobic conditioning refers to high-intensity muscle endurance capacity Comprises the ability to perform near-maximal to maximal exercise for an extended period of time Consists of exercises targeting Speed Power Strength endurance SPEED Longer sprints (30-300 yds) and reduced rest intervals in between sets and reps ranging from 75-100% max speed Drills consist of repeated sprints,interval sprints,and relays Interval training allows for training at higher intensities while improving anaerobic and aerobic capacities Low-intensity bouts interspersed b/w high-intensity 1:1 ratio target aerobic capacity 1:5 or 1:10 target anaerobic conditioning (ATP-PC and glycolysis) POWER & STRENGTH ENDURANCE Anaerobic conditioning can be improved by using weights,body weight, implement training Can perform circuits Allow you to perform several exercises in a short period of time Factors to consider Load, reps,duration of drill,and time needed to complete circuit Ever heard of METCON?
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