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Specificity - All training must be relevant to the activity/sport. Actions and environment need to be replicated, Progression - As the body becomes better at coping with the training over time, greater demands must be made if improvement is to continue., Overload - The level of training must be pitched at a level greater than demands regularly encountered by the athlete. "No pain, no gain!", Reversibility - If the training load stops or decreases, the benefits of any prior training will be lost. Often 3 times as quick!, Tedium - Variation is important to prevent boredom and maintain the intrinsic motivation of the athlete., Frequency - How often an athlete trains, Intensity - How hard we train, Time - How long a training session will last, Type - What type of training is used to achieve the fitness goals.,

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