Docente Responsável: Prof. Dr. Marcelo Papoti (Credenciada em 17/05/2013)
Estudo dos modelos de quantificação e distribuição das cargas de treinamentos em esportes cíclicos como corrida, ciclismo e natação.
Estímulos de treinamento distribuídos ao longo das fases de preparação e competição. Possíveis mecanismos responsáveis pelos ajustes metabólicos estão associados à melhora do desempenho.
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