Research paper/thesis examining the importance of biomechanical, neuromuscular, and metabolic specificity in training for enhancing muscular (strength) endurance, peak force, and power as these relate to the specific needs of an athlete’s sport.
The paper should include 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Discussion 4. Conclusion
The hypothesis: The closer the training modality mimics the biomechanical, neuromuscular, and metabolic demands of the athlete’s sport, the more effective the training will be at improving the athlete’s performance.
The conclusion should explain that specificity exists on a spectrum where the closer to the sports demands the greater the positive adaptions to the sports specific demands will be and as specificity moves further away so does the degree of improvement. Consider how biomechanical specificity may exist but metabolic specificity may not and so on.
The greatest return on investment in training time and energy is to achieve close specificity of all three types. My basic assertion “swimming is not effective training for enhancing performance in boxing.” Any research showing swimming as not effective for improvements in another sport will be helpful.
Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Research Paper
Pages / words-12 / 3300
Number of sources-6
Language style-US English