Planning a Program

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Planning a Program

  1. 1. Planning a Program #SCP12: Week 11
  2. 2. Coaching ... is a practical art, based on careful appraisal of all relevant knowledge. Frank Dick, Sports Training Principles, Fifth Edition, 2007. London: AC Black. Page xii.
  3. 3. Fitness may be defined as the level of adaptation to the stressors of a given lifestyle. Frank Dick, Sports Training Principles, Fifth Edition, 2007. London: AC Black. p. 218
  4. 4. Specificity OverloadReversibility
  5. 5. StrengthStrength EnduranceAerobic Endurance Speed Speed Endurance Power Mobility
  6. 6. Periodisation ... an organised division of training
  7. 7. Macro-cycleMeso-cycleMicro-cycle
  8. 8. PreparationCompetition Transition
  9. 9. AdaptationApplicationTransition
  10. 10. PersonalCoach Athlete Performance Plan Analysis and Prescription Review Performance and Development Database After Arbeit (2000), quoted in Dick (2007), page 366.
  11. 11. VolumeFrequencyIntensity
  12. 12. LinkLink
  13. 13. Istvan Balyi Early Specialization Model Late Specialization Model 1. Training to Train stage 1. FUNdamental stage 2. Training to Compete 2. Learning to Train 3. Training to Win 3. Training to Train 4. Retirement / retainment 4. Training to Compete 5. Training to Win 6. Retirement / retainmentThese models are generic in nature and will require adjustment on a sport
  14. 14. Link
  15. 15. NRL 2012
  16. 16. AFL 2012
  17. 17. Images (Creative Commons)The Control RoomControl RoomOfficer at PeriscopeControl Room Panel

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