The foundation of “The Max Area Pattern” and Its Training Significance


by reference and simplifying the volume expressions of Barrel Theory, this paper puts forward the Double Bottleneck Concept, the Weights of plate as well as the K-value concept on the flex coefficient of the items reflecting the comparative needing of the factors. It also advances the automatic arrangement on the position of each item and the Max Area Pattern representing the athletic diathesis and ability. It also analysis training pattern in different time-limitation by the Max Area Pattern based on the concept of Balanced-Development.

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Xu, Y. (2012) The foundation of “The Max Area Pattern” and Its Training Significance. Open Journal of Applied Sciences, 2, 159-165. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2012.24B037.

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