To be able to make a balanced plan, we must know the parameters that make a session simpler or more complex.
Knowing this, it will be easier to put them in sequence in an efficient and logical way for maximum performance, to avoid training injuries.
The training load can be defined as a set of exercises, that stimulate the organism, causing an alteration to it.
To define a training load, it is necessary to answer the following questions:
How much? At what rate? How? How long is recovery? How often?
For example running 2 kilometres, is a training load. So is doing 2 sets of 3 repetitions lifting 30 kilograms on a quads bench at maximum speed, recovering five minutes between each set, performing 3 multi – hops and stretching the required muscles to finish.