General training concept
What is basic training?
We can often hear people say that basic training is endurance training, and people will tell you that it’s resistance to fatigue.
The basic training for developing your program is to acquire a specific ability to maximize oxygen (aerobic development), since any other prior to this ability will push back the fatigue threshold.
In endurance sports, it is necessary to develop a high aerobic capacity when considering the time of exercise.
The skill will depend on the time it takes to produce the lactate threshold, when the production suddenly rises.
During hard work and muscle pain, lactic acid is responsive to tissue acidification (that is, lower PH).
The goal of basic training is to initiate cardiovascular adaptation and better muscular vascularization.
Why is that?
In the basic training course, we will have intensive capillary networks.
Breath and reserve (lipid and carbohydrates) provide the most oxygen
Build more energy cells that can contract muscles for long periods of time.
There are two types of aerobic training: athleticism and athleticism, and it’s easy to differentiate between paper and practice.
Capacity is a long meeting, normal rhythm.
Power is a short format session, more intense, but still in the cardio BPM bracket (Beats Per Minute)
Long-term basic training allows for reduced resting heart rate.