Long term adaptations and mechanisms of different protocols of ''concurernt'' training in recreationally trained male adults.
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Author/sOthalawe Gedara, Sanjaya Othalawa
Director/sAlcaraz Ramón, Pedro Emilio
Discipline/sActividad Física y Deporte
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The combination of resistance and endurance solicitations within the same training program or session appears to be a compulsory path to achieving high performance in many sports. Those performances are highly dependent on multiple physical qualities that must be developed simultaneously, whereas having appropriate concurrent training allows for better neuromuscular adaptation. Thus, the identification of a single form of physical training that promotes broad physical fitness adaptations within less time would be of great benefit to physical training specialists. Therefore, the general objective was to evaluate and compare the neuromuscular, metabolic, cardiorespiratory, structural (body composition and muscle architecture), and mechanical long-term adaptations between the three different concurrent training methods; Traditional Concurrent Training (TCT), Sprint Interval Training (SIT), and High-intensity Resistance Circuit-based training (HRC) in young recreationally training athletes...