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Training Concept
-is a process: which is progressing slowly for the body to improve.
-is scientific: that for the applied knowledge that has been proven scientifically and apply for other sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry etc. ..
-and pedagocico: because the there is a relationship between 2 persons where the coach transmits knowledge.
"That aims to increase the performance of a person: because the human body is able to increase its efficiency.
-improve your skills: physical condition, psychological capacities, skills, tactics ... etc
FOUNDATIONS OF SPORT TRAINING:
-Homeostatic balance:
When the vital signs of the body tend to maintain a state of balancing.
ANSWER OF THE HUMAN BODY TO EXERCISE:physical exercise can be considered a stressful situation, and thus alter the homeostatic balance. This balance is indicated by a line, line of homeostatic balance, which determines our overall fitness.

PHASES OF THE HUMAN BODY TO EXERCISE:
1-a decrease from equilibrium caused by the fatigue of exercise. This decrease is called spent phase.
2-Subsequently, the human body begins to overcome fatigue and recover gradually physiological functions. this phase is the phase of recovery
3-once recovery is complete, the line of balance amounts to a new level, higher than the previous. is an increased level of physics known as overcompensation


PRINCIPLES OF SPORT TRAINING:
1-principle of the individuality of the practitioner
Each individual has a line of different balance and a physical level different. therefore training should be individualized, respecting the characteristics of individual
2-beginning of adaptation.
This principle tells us that the succession over time of many overcompensation, a transformation, an adaptation of metbolismo and various devices and systems of the human body.
3-principle of the intensity:
This principle tells us that the training load must be appropriate and should be adjusted to the physical level of each individual to get the proper overcompensation.

4-principle of progression:

This principle tells us that training loads should be increasing slowly and steadily. after successive overcompensation, the body adapts to the stimulus and this does not wear.
5-principle of continuity:
This principle says that if you train regularly, take advantage of the overcompensation and, finally, are achieved adaptations that improve the performance of the individual. if loads are applied very close in time more than two days without allowing recovery, fatigue can impair the objective of training

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