SAID principle

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In physical rehabilitation and sports training, the SAID principle asserts that the human body adapts specifically to imposed demands.[1] In other words, given stressors on the human system, whether biomechanical or neurological, there will be a Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands (SAID).[2]

In 1958, Berkeley Professor of Physical Education Franklin M. Henry proposed the "Specificity Hypothesis of Motor Learning".

Progression[edit]

1. start basic/simple then move to advance/complex

2. slow to fast

3. low force to high force

4. short distance to long distance

5. bilaterally to unilaterally

6. gradually use the Overload Principle

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.answers.com/topic/said-principle
  2. ^ http://coachsci.sdsu.edu/csa/vol21/sale.htm