microcycle

microcycle

A several-day period of vigourous training followed by a short period of lighter training by an athlete preparing for a competitive sports event.
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All participants completed two different stretching treatments (static and dynamic), performed on different days at least 14 days apart, in the same period of training microcycle, in a counterbalanced order.
* Load (training task) is calculated as the arithmetic mean of the average of the volume and intensity of microcycle. Grading curve evolving wave while loading performance improves linearly.
Although to increase the maximum power, it is recommended to perform maximum load times; it seems that how to use maximal loads in macrocycle, microcycle, mesocycle, and even in the training session from one time to the next, and it is important to create the optimal training stimulus.
There is also need for more research to determine the effectiveness of the charge distribution on the microcycle of phthalocyanine and the effect of the number of cationic charges on photodynamic inactivation of microbes.
Avloniti et al., "A microcycle of inflammation following a team-handball game," Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, vol.
[2,8] Research in academy rugby union players provides scientific evidence with which to inform recovery and training practices in the post-match microcycle in this group of athletes.
1) Man as microcosm: 43,200 heart beats/12 h (12 h = one microcycle).
A Character of the Typical Training Microcycle in Footballers during a Competition Period.
Apres avoir consacre la premiere partie de son microcycle au travail physique et psychologique, Halilhodzic et ses joueurs sont rentres, vendredi dernier, dans le vif du sujet en abordant la partie purement technico-tactique.
It has five contributions in the subcategories "Daily training (microcycle)" (subcategory 3.1.), "Having an identity" (subcategory 3.2), "Emphasis on physical preparation" (subcategory 3.3.), "Emphasis on psychological preparation" (subcategory 3.4.)" and "Taking advantage of the weak points or limitations of the opponent and minimizing its strong points" (subcategory 3.5.).