UH KIN 3304 - Types of Strength Cont. (2 pages)

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The 9th lecture regarding the different types of strength.


Lecture number:
9
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Houston
Course:
Kin 3304 - Human Structure & Physical Performance
Edition:
1
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KIN 3304 1nd Edition Lecture 9 Outline of Last Lecture I Anabolics Androgenics II What is Strength I Absolute Strength Verkhoshansley III Repetitive Method not repetitions Outline of Current Lecture I Brief Maximal Tension II Creating Maximal Tension 1 III Creating Maximal Tension 2 IV Creating Maximal Tension 3 V Isometric Static Tension Current Lecture I Brief Maximal Tension train to strain a Increases in strength i Neuronal apparatus b Little no increase in muscle mass i Is this true Yes not doing many reps which means not a lot of muscle work c Maximal effort 100 or more i Does this mean 100 of 1RM 1 Lets say no because you can do as heavy as you can around 4 times or so II Creating Maximal Tension 1 Mendvedyev a 1 Lift weight repetitively until fatigue b The last lifts are most beneficial i Athlete may do 7 reps but can do 15 c Leads to functional hypertrophy increases in strength d Recommended for novices i Might be bad because their form will suck after a while These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute III IV V ii Yes because they will not injure themselves Creating Maximal Tension 2 Mendvedyev a 2 Maximal Effort Method b Consists of bried effects of high intensity c Prilepin 1975 d 1 of 1RM of reps of lifts e 70 3 6 18 f 80 2 4 15 g 90 1 2 7 10 Creating Max Tension 3 Mendvedyev a 3 Lifting a weight with max speed b Training with i 50 80 improves speed ii 80 95 improves speed strength iii 95 develops strength c The fewer the reps the more sets performed and vice versa Isometric Static Tension Ivanov 1974 a 1 Drop static tension to max level i no more than 6 seconds b 2 Work muscles in 3 6 positions c 3 Execute exercises w gradual increase in tension and with gradual relaxation d 4 Observe sufficient rest interval e 5 Can be included with or without regular training f 6 If used with regular training perform after technique exercises



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