- 1 How does continuous training improve fitness?
- 2 What sport would be improved from continuous training?
- 3 Who would benefit from continuous training?
- 4 What are the five advantages of continuous training method?
- 5 What are the 2 types of continuous training?
- 6 What are the 7 methods of training?
- 7 What is an example of fartlek training?
- 8 What are the disadvantages of continuous training?
- 9 What are the benefits of fartlek training?
- 10 What is the difference between continuous and fartlek training?
- 11 What is a disadvantage of fartlek training?
- 12 What are the pros and cons of continuous training?
- 13 Is continuous training boring?
- 14 Why is continuous training important?
- 15 What is continuous training in PE?
How does continuous training improve fitness?
It is great for building cardiovascular endurance and by improving your heart and lung function you will be able to cope with everyday tasks much easier without getting out of breath. Those of you who are looking to lose weight may find that continuous exercise can be very beneficial.
What sport would be improved from continuous training?
For sports such as basketball, soccer, hockey, tennis, rugby and so on, interval training may be more appropriate than continuous running because it can increase aerobic power and improve cardiorespiratory endurance without the associated detrimental effects on anaerobic power.
Who would benefit from continuous training?
It helps you to develop your aerobic fitness and muscular endurance. Top athletes such as Lance Armstrong and Paula Radcliffe often use continuous training to help raise their heart rates to the right level. It is usually only classed as continuous training if the activity lasts for 15 minutes or more.
What are the five advantages of continuous training method?
- Highly effective for long distance athletes as it best matches the requirement of the event.
- Needs only a small amount of equipment.
- Good for aerobic fitness.
- Good for losing weight.
What are the 2 types of continuous training?
The continuous aerobic training methods used in the present study were uniform continuous training (UC), varying continuous training (VC) and progressive continuous training (PC).
What are the 7 methods of training?
The seven methods of training in sports are:
- Continuous training.
- Fartlek Training.
- Circuit Training.
- Interval Training.
- Plyometric Training.
- Flexibility Training.
- Weight Training.
What is an example of fartlek training?
“ Run hard up the hill to the crest, jog to cross walk, accelerate the short downhill, jog to the intersection, run quickly around the block ” versus “run 6-5-4-3-2 minutes faster with 2 minutes jogging recovery,” is an example of a structured fartlek. Fartlek is a great way to make a small loop more interesting.
What are the disadvantages of continuous training?
Disadvantages of continuous training include;
- It can get very boring and repetitive.
- Doesn’t help with anaerobic fitness (explosive fitness)
- It can be hard to keep going when you start to tire.
What are the benefits of fartlek training?
The benefits of fartlek training:
- It’s a great test for strength and endurance.
- It improves speed and race tactics.
- It improves the mind over matter game.
- It improves your ability to put on a spurt in races and overtake a competitor when tired, or knock seconds off your finish time.
What is the difference between continuous and fartlek training?
Continuous training involves working for a sustained period of time without rest. Fartlek training or ‘speed play’ training involves varying your speed and the type of terrain over which you run, walk, cycle or ski. It improves aerobic and anaerobic fitness.
What is a disadvantage of fartlek training?
The disadvantages are: difficult to see how hard the person is training. too easy to skip the hard bits.
What are the pros and cons of continuous training?
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- advantage. it can be done with: little/ no equipment.
- advantage. improves: aerobic fitness.
- advantage. running can be done: virtually anywhere.
- advantage. it is:
- disadvantage. it can be:
- disadvantage. it can cause:
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- disadvantage. it doesn’t always:
Is continuous training boring?
Some who use continuous training methods find that the repetition and maintenance of levels of activity become boring over time. Also, although continuous training improves aerobic fitness, it does very little for anaerobic fitness.
Why is continuous training important?
Continuous training increases the overall employee engagement in the organization. With continuous training, your employees improve their skills and contribute to the success of your organization. This makes them feel more valuable at work and increases their engagement at the workplace.
What is continuous training in PE?
Continuous training – sustained exercise at a constant rate (steady state) without rests, involving aerobic demand for a minimum of 20 minutes, eg running, swimming, rowing, cycling.