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continuous training

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Training continuously without rest intervals. It can vary from high-intensity continuous activity of moderate duration to low-intensity activity of long duration. See also fartlek training,...

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high-intensity continuous training

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Continuous training performed at work intensities equivalent to 85–95% of a person's maximal heart rate. High intensity continuous training is an effective way of developing endurance and,...

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interval training

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A system of training that alternates short to moderate bouts of intense activity (the work interval) with short to moderate periods of rest or reduced activity. By optimally spacing the...

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mixed pace

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Training consisting of continuous work performed at varying pace. See also fartlek.

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