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#SpCP13 Week 3: Planning Programs

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This presentation explores some ideas about planning programs for athletes.

This presentation explores some ideas about planning programs for athletes.

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  • 1. Planning Programs #SCP13: Week 3
  • 2. From last week ...Personal learning skills (rather than styles)Personal learning environmentsPersonal learning networks
  • 3. Link
  • 4. Athlete Centred, Coach Driven?
  • 5. 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.
  • 6. 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
  • 7. Specificity OverloadReversibility
  • 8. StrengthStrength EnduranceAerobic Endurance Speed Speed Endurance Power Mobility
  • 9. Periodisation ... an organised division of training ... that can be allocated to blocks of activity.
  • 10. But here’s the kicker: Linear periodization required 10more weeks and 120 additional hours of training toachieve the results of block periodization. Block requiredonly about half of the volume.The same results in half the time means that theadvanced athlete can accomplish a lot more in training ina given time. Link
  • 11. ReferencesBreil, F.A., S.N. Weber, S. Koller, et al. 2010. Block training periodization in Alpine skiing: Effectsof 11-day HIT on VO2max and performance. Eur J Appl Physiol 109(6):1077-86.Garcia-Pallares, J., L. Sanchez-Medina, L. Carrsaco, et al. 2009. Endurance and neuromuscularchanges in world-class level kayakers during a periodized training cycle. Eur J Appl Physiol 106(4):629-38.Garcia-Pallares, J., M. Garcia-Fernandez, L. Sanchez-Medina, et al. 2010. Performance changesin world-class kayakers following two different training periodization models. Eur J Appl Physiol110(1):99-107.Neufer, P.D. 1989. The effect of detraining and reduced training on the physiologicaladaptations to aerobic exercise training. Sports Med 8(5):302-20.
  • 12. Macro-cycleMeso-cycleMicro-cycle
  • 13. PreparationCompetition Transition
  • 14. AdaptationApplicationTransition
  • 15. PersonalCoach Athlete Performance Plan Analysis and Prescription Review Performance and Development Database After Arbeit (2000), quoted in Dick (2007), page 366.
  • 16. VolumeFrequencyIntensity
  • 17. LinkLink
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  • 20. NRL 2012
  • 21. AFL 2012
  • 22. Images (Creative Commons)The Control RoomControl RoomOfficer at PeriscopeControl Room Panel