Consideration of the gross and net effectiveness of sports training powered by BSA Akademie (in German)
Themes: Education & Training
How to administer the "drug" sports training with a high dose, but still sustainably healthy
The metaphor "sports training = drug" is often used for visualization when describing the significant potential of physical training for health promotion. In fact, there is hardly any other measure that can achieve comparable health effects - and, if used sensibly, largely without side effects - as sports training. However, training and drugs have another thing in common: one must pay attention to the dosage in order to achieve an optimal health-promoting effect. An overdose provokes side effects. Studies usually only examine the gross effectiveness of a training measure in terms of measurable training effects. Possible side effects that only become apparent in the long-term application of a measure are usually not documented. If such side effects are deducted from the gross effectiveness of the training, the net effectiveness remains the decisive factor from the point of view of sustainable training. In times of functional training, where constant power training ("high intensity") is in vogue, this aspect should be given more attention. To train sustainably means to train effectively but also safely (without unwanted side effects). True to the congress motto "It's time for action", one should already now think about how to optimize the training of his customers from the point of view of sustainability, and not only then, when due to training excesses an intensive training is no longer possible.
In this lecture you will learn:
- how the gross effectiveness differs from the net effectiveness of the training
- why it is difficult to determine the net effectiveness of training
- how to design the training of your customers to enable them to train effectively and in the long term
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