Period drama

February 2012
Men's Health India;Feb2012, p12
The article features the planned performance training called periodisation. According to the author, the training programme is done at regular period schemes to attain goals and it promotes injury prevention. Periodisation objectives include creating distinct periods for training agenda and target different muscle adaptations in periods assigned.


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