Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/112651
Title: Analysis of pacing strategies in amrap, emom, and for time training models during “cross” modalities
Authors: Souza de Oliveira, Levy Anthony
Heredia-Elvar, Juan Ramón
Maté-Muñoz, José Luis
García-Manso, Juan Manuel 
Aragão-Santos, José Carlos
Silva-Grigoletto, Marzo Edir Da
UNESCO Clasification: 241106 Fisiología del ejercicio
Keywords: Cross Training
Endurance
Functional Fitness
Health
Pacing, et al
Issue Date: 2021
Journal: Sports 
Abstract: Empirically, it is widely discussed in “Cross” modalities that the pacing strategy developed by an athlete or trainee has a significant impact on the endurance performance in a WOD in the AMRAP, EMOM, or FOR TIME model. We can observe at least six pacing strategies adopted during the cyclical modalities in the endurance performance in the scientific literature. However, besides these modalities, exercises of acyclical modalities of weightlifting and gymnastics are performed in the “Cross” modalities. These exercises may not allow the same pacing strategies adopted during cyclic modalities’ movements due to their motor characteristics and different intensity and level of effort imposed to perform the motor gesture. In addition to the intensity and level of effort that are generally unknown to the coach and athlete of the “Cross” modalities, another factor that can influence the adoption of a pacing strategy during a WOD in the AMRAP, EMOM, or FOR TIME model is the task endpoint knowledge, which varies according to the training model used. Thus, our objective was to evaluate situations in which these factors can influence the pacing strategies adopted in a self-regulated task with cyclic and acyclic modalities movements during an endurance workout in the AMRAP, EMOM, and FOR TIME model. Given the scarcity of studies in the scientific literature and the increasing discussion of this topic within the “Cross” modalities, this manuscript can help scientists and coaches better orient their research problems or training programs and analyze and interpret new findings more accurately.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/112651
ISSN: 2075-4663
DOI: 10.3390/sports9110144
Source: Sports [EISSN 2075-4663], v. 9 (11), 144, (Noviembre 2021)
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