periodize

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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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Effects on strength in adolescent soccer players of daily nonlinear periodized weight training
That being said, Tan does push back--rightly, I think--against the embrace of "planetarity" as a post-national affiliation that can undo the relations of domination perpetuated by territorial and periodized literatures.
Although proponents of periodized programs have underlined the need to respect inter-individual variations in accommodation to a given training stimulus (e.
Furthermore, there is a lack of information about how to combine exercises in different phases of a periodized exercise program.
2) examined the influence of exercise order on strength and muscle thickness in untrained men after 12 weeks of linear periodized resistance training and reported that if an exercise is important for individual training goals, it should be performed at the beginning of the training session, whether or not it is a large or a small muscle group exercise.
Supervised resistance training consisted of 8 weeks of daily undulating periodized training followed by a 2-week overreach and a 2-week taper phase.
Periodized training in elite human athletes sparked the idea of applying periodization principles to sled dogs and can be used to train our hardworking contest dogs and hunting dogs, as well.
The chapters are periodized as the early modernization project, the liberal democratic and populist era of the 1950s, the planned era of the 1960s, the politically charged years of the 1970s, and the globalization era since the 1980s under the hegemonic discourse and practice of neoliberalism and the cultural politics of post-modernity.
As the military continues to place heavy demands on Soldiers and expands combat arms MOS opportunities to women, it is paramount that training programs include heavy periodized resistance training to improve lower and upper body power, strength, and local muscular endurance, in addition to traditional cardiovascular training.
Turning away from narrow constructions of fiction as (sub)genres or periodized artifacts or ideological constructs, Marx focuses on the novel as a highly mimetic intervention into how humans shaped and continue to shape their societies on an interpersonal scale in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
What is immediately apparent about Landscape Allegory in Cinema is that it sacrifices a tightly constructed and carefully periodized historical argument for a comprehensive (though not quite exhaustive) account of a tendency that has been around almost as long as representation itself.
On the basis of a periodized model of training, use of speed technique, agility, and low-level plyometrics is beneficial when they are performed in the preparation phase of a yearly training program (Robinson 2004).