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However, it is important to include also a basic discussion of training for many sports events of short duration because they may demand hours of daily exercise. In this chapter, the physiological responses involved in three different types of training have been discussed. I Intermittent exercise with repeated bursts of vigorous activity of short duration (less than 1min, followed by rest). Intermittent exercise in periods of 10s or less can be performed almost exclusively ENDURANCE SPORTS aerobically, thanks to unloading and recharging of myoglobin oxygen stores.
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