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Fast and Slow Twitch Muscle Fibers

Fast and Slow Twitch Muscle Fibers | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Fast and slow twitch muscle fibers (or Type I and Type II fiber types). Does muscle fiber type determine an athlete's strength, power, speed and endurance or athletes respond to training?
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These are the components of fitness. All these aspects need to be trained in order to achieve balance between Mind & Body…

These are the components of fitness. All these aspects need to be trained in order to achieve balance between Mind & Body… | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Fitness Components List



Body Composition — refers primarily to the distribution of muscle and fat in the body. Body size such as height, lengths and girths are also grouped under this component.
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Why And How Runners Should Cross-Train - Competitor.com

Why And How Runners Should Cross-Train - Competitor.com | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
You can build a big cardio base more quickly and effectively than by just running alone. (RT @RunCompetitor: You don't have to be injured to cross-train.
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Heart rates for elite athletes doing anaerobic events

Heart rates for elite athletes doing anaerobic events | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Hello, After doing a short anaerobic piece (500m on rowing machine) I wondered what would be the minimum time that an elite athlete would need to get up to 100% Max HR ?
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Everything You Need to Know About Interval Training

Everything You Need to Know About Interval Training | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Adopt this training method and burn fat faster. First step: using this guide to brush up on the basics.
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Aerobic and Anaerobic Threshold: What are they and how do they apply to training?

Aerobic and Anaerobic Threshold: What are they and how do they apply to training? | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
In a recent two-part post I gave a detailed description of what VO2max is. I stated that VO2max tells us an athlete’s endurance potential, however performance will depend on a number of other facto...
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Twitter / Miss_Bannon_PE: Used this Reaction time app ...

Twitter / Miss_Bannon_PE: Used this Reaction time app ... | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Used this Reaction time app as part of circuit training for diff components of fitness - I got top score #winning http://t.co/McqqNjytg6
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Intro to Training Factors: force, power, speed, muscular and anaerobic endurance « Positive Performance Coaching

Intro to Training Factors: force, power, speed, muscular and anaerobic endurance « Positive Performance Coaching | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
Intro to Training Factors: force, power, speed, muscular and anaerobic endurance http://t.co/wKls7G2ztd
#cycling #running #coaching
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Aerobic training | Health and Fitness Guide

Aerobic training | Health and Fitness Guide | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
What is Aerobic training? How this helps as a fitness training programs and what are the advantages of aerobic training over other fitness training programs.
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Twitter / GCSEPE: Explain how components of fitness ...

Twitter / GCSEPE: Explain how components of fitness ... | Year 11 The Body in Motion | Scoop.it
RT @GCSEPE: Explain how components of fitness could improve performance when taking part in football, swimming or cross country.. http://t.co/RX9n56Glhj
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