A proposed model for examining the interference phenomenon between concurrent aerobic and strength training.

@article{Docherty2000APM,
  title={A proposed model for examining the interference phenomenon between concurrent aerobic and strength training.},
  author={David Docherty and Bernd Sporer},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={30 6},
  pages={385-94}
}
A review of the current research on the interference phenomenon between concurrent aerobic and strength training indicates modest support for the model proposed in this article. However, it is clear that without a systematic approach to the investigation of the phenomenon there is lack of control and manipulation of the independent variables, which makes it difficult to test the validity of the model. To enhance the understanding of the interference phenomenon, it is important that researchers… CONTINUE READING

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