The Principle of Individual Differences is a principle that states that, because everyone is unique, each person experiences a different response to an exercise program.[1] Some of these differences may be related to body size and shape, genetics, past experience, chronic conditions, injuries and gender. For example, some people need longer recovery time than others.

See Also


  1. Quinn, Elizabeth (n.d.). Exercise Science - The Science Behind Your Workout. Retrieved on 2008-10-01.

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