Factors involved with overtraining for strength and power

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Title translated into German:Faktoren im Zusammenhang mit Uebertraining bei Kraft- und Schnellkraftsportlern
Author:Kraemer, W.J.; Nindl, B.C.
Editor:Kreider, Richard B.; Fry, Andrew C.; O'Toole, Mary L.
Published in:Overtraining in sport
Published:Champaign: Human Kinetics (Verlag), 1998, 1998. S. 69-86, Lit., Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Compilation article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISBN:0880115637
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Identification number:PU199805302062
Source:BISp
TY  - COLL
AU  - Kraemer, W.J.
A2  - Kraemer, W.J.
A2  - Nindl, B.C.
A2  - Kreider, Richard B.
A2  - Fry, Andrew C.
A2  - O'Toole, Mary L.
DB  - BISp
DP  - BISp
KW  - Erschöpfung
KW  - Kraftsportart
KW  - Krafttraining
KW  - Leistungsphysiologie
KW  - Prävention
KW  - Schnellkraftsportart
KW  - Schnellkrafttraining
KW  - Sportmedizin
KW  - Trainingsoptimierung
KW  - Trainingsperiodisierung
KW  - Trainingssteuerung
KW  - Übertraining
LA  - eng
PB  - Human Kinetics
CY  - Champaign
TI  - Factors involved with overtraining for strength and power
TT  - Faktoren im Zusammenhang mit Uebertraining bei Kraft- und Schnellkraftsportlern
PY  - 1998
N2  - lt is apparent that for strength and power athletes overtraining is a complex multivariate environment where training mistakes can be made in sport-specific, supplemental training, in resistance training, and in training combinations. By being aware of the highly interactive nature of training and competition, a solution as simple as a few days of rest may prevent an overtraining problem. The periodization of training and sport competition starts to take on dramatic importance when one considers that intensity and volume of exercise and competition are two of the primary contributors to overtraining. Any program variable has the potential to contribute to an overtraining state but the variable can also be periodized if one is aware that it may be a problem (e.g., rest period lengths between sets and exercises and acid-base toleration). We are far from understanding all of the biological bases of overtraining but clues to the factors and variables in the configuration of a workout should help in the very careful detective work needed to intentionally manipulate (overreaching) or prevent it.   Verf.-Referat
SN  - 0880115637
SP  - 1998. S. 69-86, Lit.
BT  - Overtraining in sport
M3  - Gedruckte Ressource
ID  - PU199805302062
ER  -