This text focuses on the components of physiology exercise and fitness training and how they may be used with professional singers or in voice rehabilitation the authors cover the scientific components of training the physiological changes that occur and additional aids that enhance performance. An aid for vocal professionals to understanding the scientific basis of vocal fitness and training the training principles for the development of fitness and the components and types of exercise and training programs the physiological responses to training and the potential factors that affect performance. The physiology of human activity has been extensively investigated and integrated into the science of exercise physiology skeletal muscles throughout the body share common characteristics including basic mechanisms of action biochemical energy sources and the ability to change in strength and . Journal of voice vol i1 no 3 1997 exercise physiology and vocal performance 335 ment and the degree to which neural factors influence the exercise to meet the specificity of training prin ciple the exercise patterns and speeds of movement within the resistance program should closely resemble the activity for which you are training. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied
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