Medical control over physical training in the US Armed Forces

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The current article elucidates some novel trends in the field of medical control over the physical training process in the US Armed Forces. The high rate of injuries attributed to physical training calls for scientific medical research intensification of the physical training process. The main innovations are the following: avoidance of overtraining, personalization, gradual increase of loading.

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