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CURRENT CONCEPTS IN PERIODIZATION OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FOR THE SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPIST

The block approach is divided into three distinct phases. Untrained athletes would require more time in this phase.

The second phase is the transmutation phase. Accommodating resistance, like the use of chains or elastic bands with squats, may be used to promote a strength overload. For example, accommodating resistance in not typically used in this phase.

Another study by Bartolomei et al 60 found there were no differences between the block and a more traditional LP program on upper and lower body strength in trained athletes.

Compared to the LP approach block training was found to be a superior method of training by Ronnstad et al 61 in a group of cyclists for VO2max and power output, Ronnstad and others 62 in a group of elite cross country skiers for peak power and maximal oxygen uptake, and by Breil and coauthors 63 in elite junior alpine skiers.

Interestingly, two studies found that the block program lead to greater improvements in strength per volume of load when compared to other programs. In summary, block periodization is showing some promise when compared to more common approaches like LP and NP. The positive results may be partially explained by the fact that the block periodization studies were short in duration and the intensity was high.

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The intensity seemed to be a direct correlate to performance. Furthermore, it appears that the block program was indeed better for athletes who have multiple events per year cycling, skiing, track, etc.Negative reps Negative reps are performed with much heavier weights. The term "plyometric" refers to the recovery periods, are also dependent on high levels of enhancement of force development of a concentric maximal strength.

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