High vs. low intensity tapering for strength/power athletes

Prior to competition, it is common for training loads to be reduced to facilitate recovery, allow fatigue to dissipate and for performance potential to be realized. This reduction in training is commonly referred to as the “taper”. After an extensive training period (e.g., 12-16 weeks), the last two weeks preceding competition will involve lower training …

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