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Adaptations of training Sean Hutchings- Striker

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Sachin Sabharwal Player 1 Components of Fitness: Sean Hutchings- Striker > Speed > Power > Agility > Strength > Reaction time > Co-ordination > Stamina For player 1 these training methods should be used to improve the components of fitness is Circuit Training, Weight Training, Fartlek Training, Interval Training, aerobic and anaerobic training. ...read more.

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. Increase in the capability of the player for generating high levels of blood lactate. (Anaerobic) . CP store will increase (Strength) . (Aerobic) Increase in total muscle blood flow during maximal exercise because the redistribution of blood to muscle from non active areas that can temporarily compromise their blood flows in response to an all-out effort. ...read more.

Conclusion

You could use Circuit training, Interval Training, and Flexibility training, Strength training The adaptations that would occur for this player using these training methods are: * Increase in resting levels of glycogen (Interval training) as you recover quicker. * Increase in CP store (Strength) as you overload it by working harder in the strength training session. * ATP increase, (Strength) * Increase muscle (ligaments) length as you stretch them frequently and overload your muscle length. (Flexibility) * The capillary density increases. (Aerobic) * Myoglobin content increases. (Aerobic) ...read more.

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