Friday, May 18, 2012

"Nu tot ce zboara... se mananca", aveti grije

Explosive training for power and speed

Friday, May 18, 2012 12:18 PM
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"mircea olaru"

cu un adaos de la Bela, ii multumesc...:

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Saturday, May 19, 2012 1:34 AM
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intr adevàr nu tot ce zboarà sa minincà

 Articolul acesta n'are nimic cu innotu 

Vorbeste despre un nou program pentru dezvoltare vitezei de reactie fortà si  rezistentà descrie cam complicat ce se petrece la nivelul muschilor si cu ce exerciti speciale putem dezvolta aceste 4 calitàti mai ales viteza de executie si viteza de reactie  

Exercitiile n'au nimic comun cu innotul  vorbeste de dif tipuri de muschi ce  noi am stiut de mult timp Muschi albi ce contin multe creatin sint pentru vitezà scurtà de 0" -6-7" anaerob alactic si muschi rosi sint pentru rezistentà  Pr Demeter ICEF

0- 6-7" anaerob alactic fiind-ca consumàm numai glicogenul si creatinfosfatul din muchuleti

10"-30-40 anaerob lactic tare

30-1'20" 2" anaerob lactic

dupà care anaerob -aerob

dupa aceasta aerob

aerob fara acid lactic

anaerob 2-4 m mol acid l puls 120 -140

anaerob 4-6 m mol p 140 160

anaerob 6-8 m mol  puls 180 210

8m mol d'acid lactic nu poti sa depàsesti fiindcà organizmul reactioneazà cu sistemul tampon 
In articolul tàu vorbeste despre alceava

De : Mircea Potter Olaru
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How to release the awesome power of 'plyometric training'

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Have you ever watched a top sprinter and considered just how fast they are running? Usain Bolt would get a speeding ticket in built-up areas! And what about the slam-dunk in basketball? How on earth do players like Shaquille O'Neal leave planet earth and attain such heights? And what of Sir Christopher Hoy and Alberto Contador? Unbridled, these cyclists would seem to be able to tear their bikes apart!
Wherever you look in the world of top-class sport, power counts; and one of the best ways to develop this most precious commodity is through plyometric training.
Put plainly, plyometric exercises develop fast muscle fibre. It's based on the understanding that a concentric (shortening) muscular contraction is much stronger if it immediately follows an eccentric (lengthening) contraction of the same muscle. It's a bit like stretching out a coiled spring to its fullest extent and then letting it go: immense levels of energy are released in a split second as the spring recoils.
Plyometric exercises develop this recoil. Muscle fibre stores more elastic energy and transfers more quickly and powerfully from the eccentric to the concentric phase.
It's a form of training that offers you a huge amount of athletic reward because it develops precious sporting commodities like speed and power through replicating the speed and movement patterns of your chosen sport.
And on top of this plyometric training can be practiced absolutely anywhere. All you need are the necessary workouts to do it.
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Avoiding the wrong kind of plyometric training

It has long been accepted that weight training can improve performance. Many athletes and coaches get caught up with this 'bigger is better' strategy. But, contrary to popular belief, lifting progressively heavier weights does not in itself lead to improved power and speed. In fact the opposite happens -- it can slow you down.
Weight training so often fails to live up to its promise. It's not always accessible and not everyone wants to use them.
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