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  • 1. LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT
  • 2. What is LTAD
    • Developed by Istvan Balyi from 1990 to the present day, was initially an elitist talent development model now adopted as an athlete retention model.
    • Two types of models the Early and Late stage models
  • 3. The Early Stage Model
    • Consists of 4 stages;
    • 1 Training to train
    • 2Training to compete
    • 3 Training to win
    • 4 Retirement & Retainment
    • Sports can be classified as early specialization (e.g. gymnastics) or late specialization (e.g. Track and Field, Team sports). Early specialization sports require a four phase model while a late specialization model requires six phases
  • 4. The Late Stage Model
    • Phase 1: Fundamentals - Objective is to learn Fundamental motor skills
    • Phase 2: Learning to train - Objective is to learn Fundamental sport skills
    • Phase 3: Training to train - Objective is to Build Fitness & Specific Sports Skills
    • Phase 4: Training to compete - Objective is to refine skills for a specific event or
    • position
    • Phase 5 - Training to win - Objective is to maximise performance in competition
    • Phase 6 - Retirement & retainment / active for life - The main objective should be to
    • retain athletes for coaching, officiating, sport administration etc.
  • 5. Stage One FUNdamental
    • This phase is appropriate for children aged 5 to 11. The main objective should be the overall development of the athlete’s physical capacities and fundamental movement skills
    • Develop the athlete's:
      • ABC's (Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed)
      • RJT (Running, Jumping, Throwing)
      • KGBs (Kinesthetics, Gliding, Buoyancy, Striking with a body part)
      • CKs (Catching, Kicking, Striking with an implement)
  • 6. Stage two Learning to train
    • This phase is appropriate for children aged between 11 to15/16 . The main objective should be to learn all fundamental sports skills.
    • The key points of this phase are:
    • Further develop fundamental movement skills
    • Learn general overall sports skills
    • Continue to develop speed with specific activities during the warm-up, such as agility, quickness and change of direction
    • Continue to develop endurance with games and relays
    • Introduce basic flexibility exercises
  • 7. Stage three Training to Train
    • This phase is appropriate for children aged between 15 to 17.
    • The key points of this phase are:
    • Further develop speed and sport-specific skills
    • Develop knowledge of how and when to stretch, how to optimise nutrition and hydration, mental preparation, how and when to taper and peak
    • Establish pre-competition, competition and post competition routines
    • Special emphasis is also required for flexibility training due to the sudden growth of bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles
  • 8. Stage four Training to Compete
    • For energy ages from 16/17 plus. The main objective should be to maximize fitness preparation and sport/event specific skills as well as performance.
    • 50% of available time is devoted to the development of technical and tactical skills and fitness improvements
    • 50% of available time is devoted to competition and competition-specific training
    • Learn to perform these sport specific skills under a variety of competitive conditions during training
    • Special emphasis is placed on optimum preparation by modeling training and competition
  • 9. Stage five Training to Win
    • The main objective should be to maximize fitness preparation and sport/event specific skills as well as performance.
    • The key points of this phase are:
    • All of the athlete’s physical, technical, tactical, mental, personal and lifestyle capacities are now fully established and the focus of training has shifted to the maximization of performance
    • Athletes train to peak for major competitions
  • 10. Stage 6 Retirement and Retainment / Active for life
    • Retention Health Individual choice
    • The main objective should be to retain athletes for coaching, officiating, sport administration etc.
  • 11. Task 1
    • Research the NGB of your sport and what are they doing about LTAD.
    • Identify, what is physical literacy?
  • 12. Homework
    • Exam Question
    • Explain the concept of Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) and discuss how it has been implemented in UK sport (12)
    • Look at both Explanation and implementation.

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