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Non-Concurrent Rehabilitation
Concurrent training – the delivery of strength and endurance training in the same session is the most common form of training, conditioning and rehabilitation. However, there is a potential incompatibility of these two modes of exercise that may attenuate muscular adaptation.

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Here are this month’s videos. Head back to the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. Con-Current vs Non-Concurrent
2. The Interference Effect
3. Advantages of Concurrent Training
4. Utility of Non-Concurrent Rehabilitation
5. Summary
Here are this month’s videos. Head back to the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. Con-Current vs Non-Concurrent
2. The Interference Effect
3. Advantages of Concurrent Training
4. Utility of Non-Concurrent Rehabilitation
5. Summary

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