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TEAM SETTING

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TEAM SETTING

  1. 1. Individual TrainingIndividual Training in a Team Settingin a Team Setting John G. Patrick
  2. 2. The Coach’s MethodologyThe Coach’s Methodology ContinuumContinuum
  3. 3. Ways to IndividualizeWays to Individualize ProgrammingProgramming Adjust the Training Cycle by Season Adjust the Training Session by Readiness Adjust the Training Session by Playing Time
  4. 4. Before You IndividualizeBefore You Individualize • No one athlete is the same. They all have their strengths and weaknesses and you as their coach must be able to address those issues effectively to make them a better athlete and the only way to do that is to be diversified in your skill set.
  5. 5. Philosophy of TrainingPhilosophy of Training Overall objective of the Strength and Conditioning Staff: 1. Enhance Sport Performance 2. Injury Prevention/Reduction 3. Mental Toughness/Mental Efficiency 4. Increase Confidence (playing & personal)
  6. 6. Philosophy of TrainingPhilosophy of Training Enhance Sport Performance • Soviet and Eastern Bloc Conjugate and Concurrent Methods - Free weight – Ground base Movements (variations) - Focus on sport skill movements (not sport specific) - Limit adaptation - Emphasis on Recovery and Restoration • Program Influences: Charlie Francis (HI-LO Approach) Anatoli Bondarchuk (Sports Skill Emphasis) Louie Simmons (Eastern Bloc methods) Vladimir Issurin (Block Periodization) Mike Boyle (Functional Strength)
  7. 7. Philosophy of TrainingPhilosophy of Training Injury Prevention/Reduction • Function Movement Screening - Exposes injury-prone areas & athletes • Restoration Practices - Foam Roll, LAX Ball, Band Traction/Stretch, Peanut • Designated Warm-up and Pre-hab within workouts -Mobility, Hip Girdle, Shoulder Girdle, PC Activation, Iso Activation, Elasticity Prep • Proper Technique at all time • Individualized Nutrition - Snacks, Meals, Supplementation
  8. 8. Philosophy of TrainingPhilosophy of Training Mental Toughness/Mental Efficiency • Discipline/Structure with in workout - Always a consequence for their action - TEAM/Self accountability – Effort Scale - Competition within workouts Increase Confidence -Playing - Personal
  9. 9. Influences for ProgramInfluences for Program DesignDesign • Coach Buddy Morris (Arizona Cardinals) • Coach James Smith (Contractor) • Coach Tom Myslinski (Jacksonville Jaguars) • Coach Ryan Cidzik (Stanford University) • Coach Brian Hill (DPT) • Dr. Pat Ivey (Missouri) • Dr. Bryan Mann (Missouri)
  10. 10. Overall YearlyOverall Yearly ConsiderationsConsiderations • Staff - 3 Full-time, 3 student-assistants • 3 certified coaches (CSCS) • 2 with Masters Degree • Equipment - 12 Power Rack w/ Olympic Platforms • TRX, PB, 6 variations of Bars, Chain, Bands, Bumpers - 6 Lat Pulldown/Low Row & 6 Glute Ham - 3 Sets of DB from 10lbs-100lbs & 1 Set from 105lbs-140lbs
  11. 11. Overall YearlyOverall Yearly ConsiderationsConsiderations • Budget - Equipment - Gear - Supplement budget (snacks, supplements, training table) • Team Workout Schedule - 3 Day – M/T/TR/S (optional) - 7am/7:45am/10am/11am • Head Coaches Considerations - No early am lift, no red-shirt program, no walk-on program, no Sunday lift, limited players – keep healthy
  12. 12. NutritionNutrition • Snacks (Post lift) – Granola Bars, Trail Mix, Peanuts • Supplements – Multi Vitamin, Muscle Milk RTD • Training Table – Dinner only (paid by player scholarship money)
  13. 13. Special WeeklySpecial Weekly ConsiderationsConsiderations • Number of seniors that started every game – 10+ seniors started multiple games • Lack of depth on the roster – 83 players on the team: 77 available to participate • Practice reps: 1 vs 1 – Had no “real” scout teams • Number of plays that were run in the previous game – Average offensive run plays- 46 – Average offensive pass plays- 41 – Average defensive plays- 69 • Weekly Injuries
  14. 14. Requirements:Requirements: Gain/Maintain/RestoreGain/Maintain/Restore • Gain: Didn’t travel, or played just special teams during games; >30 plays • Maintain: Traveled, 1st or 2nd string and played some special teams; 30-60 plays • Restore: Traveled, 1st or 2nd string and play a majority of the game; 60+ plays
  15. 15. Division of Positions inDivision of Positions in WorkoutWorkout • QB • K/P • Bigs (OL, DL, Inside Linebackers) • Skills (WR, DB, RB, Outside Linebackers)
  16. 16. SKILLSKILL WEEK 1 / DAY 1WEEK 1 / DAY 1
  17. 17. BIGSBIGS WEEK 1 / DAY 1WEEK 1 / DAY 1
  18. 18. SKILLSKILL WEEK 1 / DAY 2WEEK 1 / DAY 2
  19. 19. BIGSBIGS WEEK 1 / DAY 2WEEK 1 / DAY 2
  20. 20. SKILLSKILL WEEK 1 / DAY 3WEEK 1 / DAY 3
  21. 21. BIGSBIGS WEEK 1 / DAY 3WEEK 1 / DAY 3
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  25. 25. Contact InfoContact Info John Patrick 904-655-2060 jgpatrick13@yahoo.com Willie Danzer 563-581-2594 williedanzer@yahoo.com

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