Training theory has traditionally distinguished between strength, speed, agility, stamina and coordination ? basic motor properties that have been seen as more or less separate factors. Frans Bosch?s book Strength Training and Coordination: An Integrative Approach claims that this distinction is questionable in both theory and practice. In particular, transfer of training cannot be understood if the five properties are treated as separate factors. This is a highly original and scientifically substantiated viewpoint that has never before been presented in a textbook.This book does not approach strength training in terms of its mechanical manifestations; instead, the author presents a model based on what is known about the underlying ? especially neurological ? processes. Specificity between strength exercises and athletic movement is thus identified, and the term ?overload? acquires a new meaning. Dynamic systems theory is used to create a link between motor learning and strength …
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