The following article introduces you to the issues of training in general aspects; that could be similar to any other available-terminology and principles.
Strength and Conditioning theory are part of a broader field of knowledge, the science of training athletes, also termed training science or theory of sports training.
The mentioned phrases cover the components of athlete preparation, including conditioning (not only for strength but also for speed, endurance, flexibility, and so-other motor control abilities) Learning and following terms of sports-techniques; and periodization due to variation of each-season that the athletes are spot-it-in (Pre-Season/Live-Season or Competition Zone/Post-Season).
If a training routine is programmed and executed correctly, the result of systematic training is the improvement of the athlete's physical fitness, mental readiness, particularly strength, as the body adapts to physical load. As the body adapts to the stress of the new movements or training program, the program becomes easier to perform and explains why at beginning of the cycle athletes are often sore after starting a new routine, but, after doing the same plans for weeks at the same intensity, the athletes experience different feels.
In a broad sense, adaptation means the adjustment of an organism to its environment or changes in its current environment. If the environment changes, the organism changes to better survive in the new conditions.
Training or regular physical activity is a very powerful stimulus for adaptation. The major objective of the training is to induce specific adaptations to improve sports performance. This requires adherence to a carefully planned and executed training program. From a practical point of view, the following four features of the adaptation process assume primary importance for sports training:
• Standard Overload