Neuromuscular Adaptations are Specific to the Training Stimulus

The SAID (Specific Adaptations to Imposed Demands) Principle dictates that the training response or effect will be specific to the nature of training performed. For example; training the squat will likely result in improvements in lower body performance in tasks like sprinting and jumping. However, it will likely not improve performance in tasks limited to …

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