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Central Nervous System/CNS Profit


I liked 7:50-12:58 aww.



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I liked the way articles on this website were written aww http://www.brianmac.co.uk

 

Some excerpts I liked from them aww.

"Whitmore Learning Cycle

Whitmore (1984)[6] identified that our learning cycle generally takes us through four stages:

  • Unconscious incompetence - no understanding
  • Conscious incompetence - low performance, recognition of flaws and weak areas
  • Conscious competence - improved performance, conscious effort
  • Unconscious competence - higher performance, natural automatic effort"

 

"Potentiation

Potentiation involves the creation of a set of stimulatory circumstances within the muscle firing complex that boost neural excitation, motor unit and muscle fibre recruitment and reduce inhibition. Lifting weights before a plyometric workout (complex training) has been shown to enhance the performance of the plyometric activity. However, any potentiating activity must not fatigue the CNS otherwise the reverse effect will be experienced."

 

"Heart rate variations for a given intensity

A reduction in heart rate for a given intensity is usually due to an improvement in fitness but a number of other factors might explain why heart rates can vary for a given intensity:

  • Dehydration can increase the heart rate by up to 7.5%
  • Heat and humidity can increase the heart rate by 10 beats/minute
  • Altitude can increase the heart rate by 10 to 20%, even when acclimatised
  • Biological variation can mean the heart rate varies from day to day by 2 to 4 beats/minute"

 

Enjoying observations aww.



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