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The aerobic threshold is the intensity needed in order to produce an adaptation that will improve someone’s aerobic capacity and is normally between 65% and 70% MHR.
The anaerobic threshold is the intensity needed in order to produce an adaptation that will improve someone’s anaerobic capacity, normally by increasing the speed of lactate removal and is normally between 80% and 85% MHR.
The intensities between the two thresholds are called the aerobic training zone and include the intensities that should be trained at in order to improve aerobic performance. The higher the training intensity within this zone the greater the adaptations. This is the same for the intensities above the anaerobic training threshold, these are called the anaerobic training zone and the higher the intensity the greater the gains.
Students will learn
How does training affect performance
How to use the principles of training and training zones to produce physiological adaptations that will improve aerobic and anaerobic performance.
- Energy Systems
- Types of Training
- Principles of training
- Physiological adaptations in response to training
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|Course Fee||$ 85.00|