Volume 21 No 2 (2023)
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Fadare, Adlawan, Gumanoy , Pagdato, Oyda, &Malinis,
Athletes in track and field events need to be physically fit, and their level of fitness affects how well they perform in competitionas people's living standards grow, athletes now have access to better nutritional supplements, but competition in track events has gotten more intense, and physical fitness is essential for athletes. Exercise can improve an athlete's endurance, sports coordination, and sensitivity, but coaches should moderate the training intensity and avoid pushing a player above their comfort zone to prevent problems like overloading training that cut short a player's athletic career. The physical growth of modern athletes is no longer compatible with traditional track and field training techniques. Fitness in sports greatly relies on the physical fitness that individuals carry out on the field. For effective improvement of the performance of athletes, take part in comprehensive physical training. Under athlete physical fitness concerning performance, the key aspects taken into consideration include athlete’s endurance, physical sensitivity, physical strength, flexibility, and body coordination. As a result, the athletes' physical preparation for track and field must be a comprehensive and focused unit. This study covers track and field physical fitness training and related techniques to maximize the training effect in an effort to promote the overall advancement of track and field physical fitness training levels
Physical health, physical training, Track and field, University athletes’, Preparation, Sports
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