Presentation on theme: "PRINCIPLES FOR LIFE Principles of Training. Organization, Focus, and Attentiveness “You will only get out of training what you put into it.” Or “You will."— Presentation transcript:
PRINCIPLES FOR LIFE Principles of Training
Organization, Focus, and Attentiveness “You will only get out of training what you put into it.” Or “You will only get out of life what you put into it.”
Please select a Team. 1. Lions 2. Tigers 3. Panthers 4. Cheetahs 5. Kittens
The amount of overload needed depends on? Pick the most correct answer. 1. The right equipment 2. Genetics 3. The individual 4. The time of the week you exercise 5. What exercises you are doing
Principle of Overload It is when you are placing greater demands on the system you want to improve.
Which is not a variable of Overload? 1. Intensity 2. Time 3. Frequency 4. Specificity
3 variables of Overload (Frequency) How often you exercise in a week. These radio waves represent how many times you exercise during the week.
3 variables of Overload (Intensity) How hard you exercise. The load for the donkey is too much!
3 variables of Overload (Time) How long you exercise. In the marathon, enormous amounts of energy is expended because of time.
When you increase the workload of your training session, you are increasing… 1. Frequency 2. Intensity 3. Time 4. specificity
When you increase the length of your workout, you are increasing… 1. Frequency 2. Intensity 3. Specificity 4. Time
Team Scores 40Tigers 37.14Lions 34Cheetahs 33.33Panthers 22.5Kittens
Frequency refers to how… 1. fast you exercise 2. hard you exercise 3. long you exercise 4. often you exercise
Example of too much frequency The danger of injury increase with increased frequency. The fitness gains actually decrease (Blue), while injury increases because of workout density.
When you lift weights to get stronger, this is an example of… 1. Specificity 2. Frequency 3. Intensity 4. Time
The principle of Specificity Specific exercises that improve specific components of fitness. You get better at the things you train for.
Progression means 1. Changing from running to tennis 2. Slowly increasing the amount of exercise 3. Starting easy and going for a long period of time 4. Starting fast to improve quickly
The body’s response to stress. We only progress when we can recover from stress.
Teenagers that score below a particular fitness standard may need to… 1. Decrease the length of time of their exercise sessions 2. Increase the intensity of their workouts 3. Increase the overload to the maximum 4. Both 2 and 3 are correct
Team Scores 68Tigers 67.14Lions 64.67Panthers 56Cheetahs 40Kittens