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H. Morente-Oria
Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación. Universidad de Málaga
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Vol. 8 Núm. 3 (2019): -, Artículos, Páginas 45-51
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/riccafd.2019.v8i3.7489
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Con este trabajo queremos poner de manifiesto otro tipo de entrenamiento distinto a las recomendaciones tradicionales que desde las organizaciones más influyentes (ACSM-American Collegue Sport Medicine, WHO-World Health Organization y AHA-American Heart Association) hacen para que el entrenamiento sea más efectivo a la luz de los últimos estudios sobre Actividad Física (AF) y salud.

El entrenamiento concurrente (fuerza-resistencia) unido con un trabajo de intensidad polarizada (alta y baja) produce mejores resultados para la lucha de la obesidad que el trabajo aislado de ambas y de intensidades submáximas como se venía trabajando en los protocolos más clásicos.

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