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Grouping (well known?). Isometric (static)Dynamic (isotonic or isokinetic)ConcentricEccentricReversible (stretch shorten)By muscle groupSpecific or non-particular. Figure 6.1. Exercise Selection (Beginners). Work injury muscles (weak)Large proximal musclesSport related movementsFull ROM movements3-year preparing age (pg 111).
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Quality Exercises (choice) Chapter 6

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Classification (mainstream?) Isometric (static) Dynamic (isotonic or isokinetic) Concentric Eccentric Reversible (extend abbreviate) By muscle bunch Specific or non-particular

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Figure 6.1

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Exercise Selection (Beginners) Work injury muscles (feeble) Large proximal muscles Sport related developments Full ROM developments 3-year preparing age (pg 111)

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Exercise Selection (Athletes) Specificity-characterized how? Don related Machines versus free weights?

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Working Muscles Same muscles filled in as played Palpation DOMS Biomechanical examination EMG Type of resistance Same as game Isotonic, isokinetic, water driven, versatile, pneumatic?

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RFD ESD depends on time Heavy resistance versus touchy? An expansion in F mm may not expand RFD An increment in RFD may build hazardous

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Figure 6.4

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Velocity of Movement Training the compel/speed bend Velocity specificity? Recurrence (too high?)

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Figure 6.5

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Force/Posture Relations Force changes with stance Muscle-length changes? Weakest purpose of quality (feeble connection)? Three ways to deal with this issue

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Figure 6.6

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Figure 6.8

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1. Crest Contraction Principle Increase quality in the frail focuses Body position practice in respect to muscle-length Special gadgets, for example, balance turns Slow starting movement to diminish active vitality

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Figure 6.9

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Figure 6.10

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2. Obliging Resistance Max strain all through the ROM Genesis in 19 th century acrobatic Isokinetics – steady speed Nautilus cam – fluctuate lever arm Chains – alter for ROM Hydraulics – resistance by speed Advantages and disservices?

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3. Complement Train in the particular ROM is very little for max constrain generation Examples?

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Figure 6.12

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Isometrics Lack specificity Angle exchange? Compel is high so torment is high (restraint) Rule of 10\'s (10s, 10rest, 10degrees) Increase BP and HR

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Yielding Eccentrics DOMS prompting Muscle harm or ischemia Can be prepared out Very high powers? Not SSC works out. Not prompt Landing works out

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Figure 6.13

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Reversible Plyometrics? Drop hopping (prompt) Inhibition of GTO Potentiation Timing Injury might be more prominent? (wellbeing) After establishment 1-2 mesocycles Train every week or two Individual power Vary mass or speed

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Figure 6.15

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Speed-Resistance Uphill running Resistance against course Resistance ought to keep up procedure Parachute running Weight vests for running? Change size of chute? Biomechanics might be modified! Overspeed/help

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Experimental Methods EMS – enact quick jerk EMS " notwithstanding" NOT " rather than" Muscles prepared yet not neural Russian stim – 50hz, 10s, 50 rest Vibration – small motions Exercise on the stage or simply stop May improve SSC?

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Breathing Valsalva move – shut glottis Increase in HR and BP Stroke volume and cardiovascular yield stop Brain weakness Safety Short periods just Few activities Take half breath Forced lapse Never for novices Inhale amid offbeat and breathe out amid concentric

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Next Class Review of venture and Guest Lecturers. Today evening time control lab

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