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High Level Exercise Programming

High-level exercise programming in Exercise Physiology refers to the development of structured and tailored Exercise plans designed to meet specific goals, taking an individual's fitness level, health status and objectives into account. Some principles of high-level exercise programming include:

  1. Individual Assessment

  2. Goal Setting

  3. Periodization to prevent plateaus, reduce the risk of overtraining and optimize performance

  4. Specificity

  5. Progressive Overload

  6. Resistance Training

  7. Cardiovascular Training

  8. Flexibility and Mobility Training

  9. Recovery Strategies

  10. Education and Empowerment

High-Level Exercise Programming in Exercise Physiology is dynamic and adaptable

It combines scientific principles with practical application to improve health and achieve specific fitness goals

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