Training Loads (Part 2).

Loads and the body

The previous blog was on monitoring of training loads amongst professional sports people. In a clinical setting, we tend to see more of the amateur sportspersons as well as both active and less active people. Training loads are relevant to the individual for example an external load such as cutting the hedge is the same for two people but if one is sedentary and the other is an active gardener then the internal load (physiological and perceptual ...

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