tasmith
  • tasmith
Your aunt wants to start a workout and diet routine where she wants to increase her body mass index and increase her muscular strength. Demonstrate what you know about program planning skills by setting goals, using training principles, and making timelines for her personal fitness program.
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  • schrodinger
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tasmith
  • tasmith
please help me...im desperate
anonymous
  • anonymous
Increase callrie intake while on the same token increase the amount of weights you lift. Work on muscular strength which is applying maximal force to a given weight with the shortest amount of reps
anonymous
  • anonymous
Strength training - high weight (80-95% 1RM), low reps (2-4), high rest (2-5 minutes), 2-3 sets If she want to increase muscle size (hypertrophy) and therefore increase BMI by increasing her mass - then lower weight (70-80% 1RM), higher reps (7-12), low-moderate rest (30 sec-2 minutes), moderated sets (3-5) - aiming to fatigue the muscle as well as strength train it These principles are the FITT principles there are also SPORT (specificity, progression, overload, reversibility and tedium) to consider Specific - to their sport, position on a team, lifestyle, occupation etc Progress - move from simple, closed exercises focussing on one muscle through to compound (many muscles and joints) then onto plyometrics (if required) Overload - increase the weight, reps, sets so muscles are always adapting and getting stronger Reversibility - training frequently (strength is 2-3 session per week building, 1-2 sessions a week maintenance) Tedium - avoid tedium by adding variety (cross fit, pump class, outdoor exercise etc) Goal setting - use the old SMART acronym

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