reversibility principle

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A basic principle of training that refers to the gradual loss of beneficial training effects when the intensity, duration, or frequency of training is reduced. Training effects produced over a short term are usually lost more quickly than those produced over a longer term, and strength losses tend to be faster than mobility losses.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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