Detraining: Part I

In high performance, we are generally focused on how athletes improve their performance through training-induced physiological adaptations. However, it is also important to understand how they are affected by detraining during times of insufficient training stimuli. In this series, I will summarise two papers published in the Journal of Sports Medicine on detraining after short and long-term insufficient training.

Detraining: loss of physiological and performance adaptations Part 1

Detraining: loss of physiological and performance adaptations part 2

Paper Sumarry (2)

Regards,

Wayne

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