Physiology Of Endurance Training Part 1 : Cardiopulmonary System

Physiology Of Endurance Training Part 1 : Cardiopulmonary System

The cardiovascular circulatory system transports food, hormones, metabolic wastes, and gases (oxygen, carbon dioxide) to and from cells. Double circulatory system. Vector diagram In our earlier blog we have seen that endurance based activities primarily depend on...
Physiology of Endurance Training Part 3: Effects on the Cardiopulmonary system.

Physiology of Endurance Training Part 3: Effects on the Cardiopulmonary system.

Athlete doing a performance test in sports lab. Runner with mask running on treadmill machine and testing performance. Until now, we have seen that an improvement in the oxygen carrying ability is an important factor contributing to peak performance in endurance...
Endurance Tests and Assessments Part 1 : Movement Analysis and Biomechanics

Endurance Tests and Assessments Part 1 : Movement Analysis and Biomechanics

The goal of every Training Program is to maximize effectiveness and improve competitive performance. By minimising risk of injuries and maximising enjoyment, a well-designed training program can benefit competitive athletes as well as non-competitive and recreational...
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