Strength & Conditioning

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The start of the article should provide a summary of strength and conditioning and a review of what factors influence muscular strength & hypertrophy such as;

1. Metabolic Stress
2. Mechanical Tension
3. Intensity
4. Overload
5. Volume

You are to also summarise and review the following components of Exercise Physiology;

1. Central Nervous System (Sympathetic & Parasympathetic)
2. mTor signalling pathways
3. Mitochondria Biogenesis
4. Muscle Fibre Type 1, Type2a, and Type 2b
5. Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism

You are to write an article summarising all the latest research since 2005 on all facets of strength and conditioning and its application to the following components;

1. Strength
2. Hypertrophy
3. Muscular Endurance
4. Power
6. Speed
7. Cardiovascular Conditioning
8. Injury Rehabilitation

You are to incorporate for each component;

1. How Intensity is measured and its requirement for each component
2. Volume of Repetitions and Sets for each component
3. Weekly Training Frequency for each component
4. Rest Intervals for each component
5. Repetition speed for each component
6. Periodisation and programming for each component

Other factors which must be also included is a summary of the effects of various strength training techniques such as;

1. Supersets
2. Giant Sets
3. Cluster Sets
4. Drops Sets
5. Pyramid Sets
6. Pre-Exhaustion Sets
7. Post-Exhaustion Sets
8. Split Body Routines Vs Full Body Routines
9. Machine Weights Vs Free Weights
10. High Intensity Resistance Training
11. Full Range of Motion Vs Partial Range of Motion
12. Eccentric, Concentric, and Isometric Muscular Contractions

You are to then look at the application of the following six exercises and their effects and benefits to strength & conditioning. Certain aspects must be considered for the below 6 exercises such as the Biomechanics and Muscular Physiology of each.;

1. Back Squat
2. Front Squat
3. Dead Lift
4. Bent Over Row
5. Bench Press
6. Military Press

A Conclusion & Discussion must be provided for each section.

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Strength & Conditioning

Order Description
The start of the article should provide a summary of strength and conditioning and a review of what factors influence muscular strength & hypertrophy such as;

1. Metabolic Stress
2. Mechanical Tension
3. Intensity
4. Overload
5. Volume

You are to also summarise and review the following components of Exercise Physiology;

1. Central Nervous System (Sympathetic & Parasympathetic)
2. mTor signalling pathways
3. Mitochondria Biogenesis
4. Muscle Fibre Type 1, Type2a, and Type 2b
5. Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism

You are to write an article summarising all the latest research since 2005 on all facets of strength and conditioning and its application to the following components;

1. Strength
2. Hypertrophy
3. Muscular Endurance
4. Power
6. Speed
7. Cardiovascular Conditioning
8. Injury Rehabilitation

You are to incorporate for each component;

1. How Intensity is measured and its requirement for each component
2. Volume of Repetitions and Sets for each component
3. Weekly Training Frequency for each component
4. Rest Intervals for each component
5. Repetition speed for each component
6. Periodisation and programming for each component

Other factors which must be also included is a summary of the effects of various strength training techniques such as;

1. Supersets
2. Giant Sets
3. Cluster Sets
4. Drops Sets
5. Pyramid Sets
6. Pre-Exhaustion Sets
7. Post-Exhaustion Sets
8. Split Body Routines Vs Full Body Routines
9. Machine Weights Vs Free Weights
10. High Intensity Resistance Training
11. Full Range of Motion Vs Partial Range of Motion
12. Eccentric, Concentric, and Isometric Muscular Contractions

You are to then look at the application of the following six exercises and their effects and benefits to strength & conditioning. Certain aspects must be considered for the below 6 exercises such as the Biomechanics and Muscular Physiology of each.;

1. Back Squat
2. Front Squat
3. Dead Lift
4. Bent Over Row
5. Bench Press
6. Military Press

A Conclusion & Discussion must be provided for each section.

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *