15 Sep Movement Analysis- Body and limb movement patterns and muscular involvement. Physiological analysis- Strength,
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Read Ch 15,16 and 17
- Movement Analysis- Body and limb movement patterns and muscular involvement.
- Physiological analysis- Strength, power, hypertrophy, and muscular endurance priorities.
- Injury Analysis- Common sites for joint and muscle injury.
- Other requirements- cardiovascular endurance, speed, agility, and flexibility
- Training Status- Current condition or level of preparedness to begin a new or revised program.
- Type of training program- Sprint, plyometric, resistance, etc.
- Length of previous training program
- Level of intensity involved in previous training
- Degree of exercise technique (knowledge and skill to perform exercises properly)*****
- Beginner- Training age <2 Months <=1-2xper week, no or low intensity, no or minimal technique
- Intermediate- Training age 2-6 months, <=2-3x per week, medium intensity, basic technique
- Advanced- >1 year, >3-4 per week, High intensity, high technique
Current injury status
Read Chapter 17 & 21 & Complete Discussion
List 3 things you learned from each chapter and how you could potentially apply each one to help you improve your training program.