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Relationship of Specific Training Means and Effort Parameters in Performance Weightlifters' Training

2011 Journal of Social Sciences (New York, N.Y.)  
Problem statement: The researchers introduce the contents of specific training means and the reps number during the training micro-cycles along preparatory and competitive period of the performance weightlifters. Approach: This approach has lead to the organization of a study in Olympic team of weightlifting. The scientific argument is the introduction of the content of the means specific to the performance weightlifters' training in the preparatory and competitive period, which, by ensuring
more » ... ich, by ensuring optimal relations between technical and physical training during workouts, will help to boost sports performances in competitions. Results: The analysis of the specific training means content during the competitive period shows that training was made with an average of 270 reps and the relation between the means of technical and physical training is 45% technique (46 snatch and 54% clean and jerk) and 55% strength (67 squats and 41.25% back exercises). As for the contents of strength specific means within the training period it is obvious that the strength exercises are divided into two groups: for squats, the share is 35% chest squats and 72% back squats, while the share for back squats is 57.5 pulls and 42.5% bending. The study highlights the contents of specific means in the training micro-cycles of preparatory and competitive periods in performance weightlifting. Conclusion: The effort parameters indicate the growth of effort intensity from one micro-cycle to another by increasing the load, the number of reps; the gradually increasing effort parameters, kept at their maximal level and diminution of the volume before competitive period; the dynamics of effort parameters, regarding the relationship of technical and physical training. These characteristics of effort and specific training means during workouts contributed to training improvement and to achievement of better performances in competition.
doi:10.3844/jssp.2011.386.390 fatcat:v2akglamxfgg3indhddi4ijega