(Local Muscular Endurance) Cross Education Effect: Focusing on a particular group of muscles during training will increase LME in other nearby and even unrelated muscles, due to the bodys increased energy stores that result.
Muscular Power - Fibre Recruitment, muscular power relies upon fast twitch fibres being activated quickly and hence many 'intense' impulses are sent to relevant muscle groups requiring explosive efforts.
ANAEROBIC CAPACITY - LACTIC ACID is a factor affecting anaerobic capacity as anaerobic training with the anaerobic glycolysis system will improve the muscles ability to tolerate the build up of metabolic by products.
(Aerobic) Max: The higher this is, the more oxygen that can be taken up, transported and utilised per kg of body weight and the greater one's ability to supply ATP aerobically. When working maximally, it is possible to attain of one's max within 1 minute.
(Aerobic) Lactate Inflection Point: The later this occurs during activity (increased aerobic energy production), the less likely it is that Hydrogen Ions will accumulate and affect Aerobic Energy production.