The FITT principle is a set of rules that dictates the frequency, intensity, type and time of exercise, while the Sport principle applies to the specificity, progression, overload, reversibility and tedium. The principle... More »

Intensity in the FITT model relates to the amount of exertion that should be invested in a workout. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the FITT model reflects what should be in a fitness plan. For a moderat... More »

Specificity is a principle of training that states that sports training has to be appropriately matched to the requirements of the sporting activity in order to produce a training effect. Athletes should train the energy... More »

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Good weightlifting program charts include information to help focus a workout including types of exercises, number of repetitions, weight lifted or duration of exercise, the frequency of each set of exercise, and a goal ... More »

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Anaerobic training is a form of exercise that increases the intensity of a workout to above the lactate threshold and forces the muscles to get their energy anaerobically. Competitor describes sprints, plyometrics and we... More »

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The normal heart rate for a 70-year-old woman after moderate intensity exercise is between 75 and 105 beats per minute. The maximum heart rate for a 70-year-old woman is 150 beats per minute. More »

To make veins appear more prominent and stick out, get below 10 percent body fat, reduce water retention and increase frequency of exercise to encourage vasodilation, as reported by Mike Matthews, a bestselling health an... More »

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