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Continuous training - Wikipedia
Continuous training, also known as continuous exercise, is any type of physical training that involves activity without rest intervals. Continuous training can be ... More »

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Jan 5, 2016 ... Continuous training is a form of exercise that is performed at one intensity throughout and doesn't involve any rest periods. It typically involves ...

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Dec 31, 2016 ... Continuous training is when you exercises in a steady aerobic way and interval training is characterised by repetitions of work with a recovery ...

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Continuous training is low to mid-intensity exercises performed for more than 15 minutes without resting. Benefits of continuous...

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Aerobic training improves cardiovascular fitness. Photo courtesy of ... Continuous training involves working for a sustained period of time without rest. It improves ...

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There are three main types of fitness training. Resistance training; Interval training; Continuous training. Each type of training helps your body develop in ...

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Continuous training is one factor involved in Cardiorespiratory Endurance with the further training methods of Interval Training and Fartlek Training also playing  ...

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Oct 12, 2015 ... Continuous training, also known as continuous exercise, is any type of physical training that involves activity without rest intervals. Continuous ...

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GCSE Physical Education (PE) revision section covering continuous training covering LSD (Long Slow Distance), oxygen debt, training threshold rate.

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To achieve this you must exercise at a constant rate which is within your aerobic training zone (60-80% max heart rate). Continuous training should last for bouts ...