Previous studies: starting point. Aim: training optimization to grow from Talent to Peak Performance. SEARCH → Recruitment → Detection and discovery; DIAGNOSIS → Identification and validation → Goodwill; PROGNOSIS → Development, maintenance and control → Selection; Dosage and methodological; TREATMENT → Strengthening care. SUBJECTS FOR THE STUDIES: 16 athletes (gymnasts Team FGI / Olympic Club CONI). Average age: 20 years (± 4,17). DATA ALREADY KNOWN: genotype; history; athletic and physical parameters; performance indicators. MONITORED FOR: training plans and technical control. PERIOD OF INVESTAGATION: 2013 - 2015, still TEST EVENT qualifying final OG. THIS POJECT WORK WILL BE DEVELOPED INTO FOLLOWING FOUR OPERATIVE SECTIONS. I study: Biological Survey. Task: monitor also try to do it or how, any DNA methylation and histone modifications, which lead to persistent effects on the availability of DNA for transcription. Goal: induced a result of special agents such as nutrition, nutraceuticals, nutrigenomics/genetic and stress factors. II study: Training to peak performance. Task: implementation and monitoring of the new system of performance gymnastics workout through specific experimental protocols intake on the field. Goal: surveying methods, control, adjustment and validation shall be those provided by the FIG and therefore relevant to so-called "International Standard” for a peak performance in male artistic gymnastics. III study: Time related muscle adaptations. Task: evaluation of different dimensions of phenomena that characterize, from time to time, all the “adaptation to performance" caused by the administration of loads (chronic) and overloads (acute). Goal: definition of the specific time related of changes after high intensity training including the phenomena of repairs after ‘regular’ damages producing by strenous exercise (vigorous eccentric muscle contraction). IV study: Training load analysis. Task: analysis of the specific effects of the training loads on muscle morphology and functions with relationship to the technical performance Goal: to meet the three main factors for the conditioning of high level performance, namely the "Olympic Records".

From biology to training: basis and mechanisms of peak-performance in gymnastics and impact with other sports / Innocenti, G.; Schena, F.. - (2015).

From biology to training: basis and mechanisms of peak-performance in gymnastics and impact with other sports.

INNOCENTI, GIOVANNI;
2015

Abstract

Previous studies: starting point. Aim: training optimization to grow from Talent to Peak Performance. SEARCH → Recruitment → Detection and discovery; DIAGNOSIS → Identification and validation → Goodwill; PROGNOSIS → Development, maintenance and control → Selection; Dosage and methodological; TREATMENT → Strengthening care. SUBJECTS FOR THE STUDIES: 16 athletes (gymnasts Team FGI / Olympic Club CONI). Average age: 20 years (± 4,17). DATA ALREADY KNOWN: genotype; history; athletic and physical parameters; performance indicators. MONITORED FOR: training plans and technical control. PERIOD OF INVESTAGATION: 2013 - 2015, still TEST EVENT qualifying final OG. THIS POJECT WORK WILL BE DEVELOPED INTO FOLLOWING FOUR OPERATIVE SECTIONS. I study: Biological Survey. Task: monitor also try to do it or how, any DNA methylation and histone modifications, which lead to persistent effects on the availability of DNA for transcription. Goal: induced a result of special agents such as nutrition, nutraceuticals, nutrigenomics/genetic and stress factors. II study: Training to peak performance. Task: implementation and monitoring of the new system of performance gymnastics workout through specific experimental protocols intake on the field. Goal: surveying methods, control, adjustment and validation shall be those provided by the FIG and therefore relevant to so-called "International Standard” for a peak performance in male artistic gymnastics. III study: Time related muscle adaptations. Task: evaluation of different dimensions of phenomena that characterize, from time to time, all the “adaptation to performance" caused by the administration of loads (chronic) and overloads (acute). Goal: definition of the specific time related of changes after high intensity training including the phenomena of repairs after ‘regular’ damages producing by strenous exercise (vigorous eccentric muscle contraction). IV study: Training load analysis. Task: analysis of the specific effects of the training loads on muscle morphology and functions with relationship to the technical performance Goal: to meet the three main factors for the conditioning of high level performance, namely the "Olympic Records".
Schena Federico
ITALIA
Innocenti, G.; Schena, F.
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