Definitions Muscle Strength Muscle Endurance Power Relationship between muscle strength and endurance Resistance Exercise
Goals and Indications for Resistance Exercise Increase Strength Outcomes of resistance training Hypertrophy Recruitment of fibers Neuromuscular Efficiency Fiber Type Age Biomechanical Considerations Joint angle Length-tension relationship Force-velocity Relationship
Precautions to Strength Training Cardiovascular Valsalva maneuver Fatigue Local and Total Body Fatigue Recovery Times Substitute Motions DOMS Over-training
Contraindications to Strength Training Inflammation Phase Pain
Strength and Endurance Training Program Design Considerations Evaluation Intensity Bouts and Frequency of Exercise Duration Speed of Exercise Overload Principle Mode of Exercise Static vs Dynamic Open vs Closed Kinetic Chain Which is better?
Techniques in Strength Training Specificity vs transfer of training Manual Mechanical Free Weights Theraband and Tubing Body Weight
Techniques in Strength Training Isokinetics What is it? Accommodating Resistance Parameters Velocity of Limb Movement Patient Positioning Parameters to Assess Advantages Disadvantages