Un Planned TrainingEffects On Age Group Swimmers<br />BY<br />C.MoemenArafa<br />Level 5 of ASCA <br />International Age G...
Unplanned trainingdefinition <br />The very intense training that is not balanced by  adequate periods of recovery<br />Th...
Types of un planned training <br /><ul><li>The rushing coach to make a fast result
The pushing parent to make a fast result</li></ul>    by giving their kids a private workouts' with other coaches with the...
The rushing coach to make a fast result causes:<br /><ul><li>new coach need to make a fast result
Pushing from the management of the club </li></ul> ( club philosophy )<br /><ul><li>Pushing from the parents to see a fast...
 Swim more make the swimmer get a fast and better result
 The more weight training & resistance training the more</li></ul>  stronger will be<br /><ul><li> Private training only f...
 The more kids swim fast and hard the more  they will be better </li></li></ul><li>Un planned training effects:<br /><ul><...
On Bones
On Mentality</li></li></ul><li>Effect On Muscles<br /><ul><li> The body need from 24 to 48 to recover from the hard</li></...
Containing Effect On Muscles<br />the way to decrease the amount of the free radicals is to increases the antioxidant vita...
Effect on bones <br />It ok to do weight training but with a well supervision , with proper technique & proper programs fo...
The potential for bones injuries greater in children than adults because the bones of children have not completely hardene...
Containing Effect On bones<br />There is some reports showed that resistance training could stunt the growth of the childr...
Effect On mentality<br />To much stress , mental confusion & board this will causeNeurological over training<br />we will ...
Technique training use muscle glycogen too <br />When we want the swimmer to develop a new way in technique<br />Work we t...
Over Tapering case<br />Their a habit for some swimmers to take some random private workout on technique  before a competi...
It is universal case<br /><ul><li> Some comments of successful coaches in this case </li></ul>        Dr: E.W. Maglischo<b...
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    1. 1. Un Planned TrainingEffects On Age Group Swimmers<br />BY<br />C.MoemenArafa<br />Level 5 of ASCA <br />International Age Group Coach<br />c.m.arafa@hotmail.com<br />
    2. 2. Unplanned trainingdefinition <br />The very intense training that is not balanced by adequate periods of recovery<br />This causes tissue damage & failing of adaptation<br />
    3. 3. Types of un planned training <br /><ul><li>The rushing coach to make a fast result
    4. 4. The pushing parent to make a fast result</li></ul> by giving their kids a private workouts' with other coaches with the basic training without any plan with the primary coach this case called<br />(Unplanned Private Training or Random Private Training)<br />This 2 elements causes the kids body fail to adapt<br /> physically & mentally because of lower recovery time & the to<br /> much stress <br />
    5. 5. The rushing coach to make a fast result causes:<br /><ul><li>new coach need to make a fast result
    6. 6. Pushing from the management of the club </li></ul> ( club philosophy )<br /><ul><li>Pushing from the parents to see a faster success from their kids (parent philosophy )</li></li></ul><li>The pushing parent to make a fast result(Random private training causes) by some parent wrong beliefs:<br /><ul><li>Need their kids to be champion in early age
    7. 7. Swim more make the swimmer get a fast and better result
    8. 8. The more weight training & resistance training the more</li></ul> stronger will be<br /><ul><li> Private training only for technique
    9. 9. The more kids swim fast and hard the more they will be better </li></li></ul><li>Un planned training effects:<br /><ul><li>On Muscles
    10. 10. On Bones
    11. 11. On Mentality</li></li></ul><li>Effect On Muscles<br /><ul><li> The body need from 24 to 48 to recover from the hard</li></ul> training depend on the type of the training to repair &<br /> enhance the damage tissues & energy replacement<br /><ul><li> So the unplanned training don’t give enough time to recover</li></ul> from training <br /><ul><li> This will causes more producing a large amount of acidosis</li></ul> & free radicals and this may cause muscle tissue damage &<br /> falling of adaptation (McArdle,Katch and Katch, 1996 )<br />
    12. 12. Containing Effect On Muscles<br />the way to decrease the amount of the free radicals is to increases the antioxidant vitamins E C <br />Prefer by foods not supplements like <br />C: grape fruit - mangoes – oranges – strawberries<br />What is the free radicals : are a waste products of oxidation that not combined with hydrogen to form water in electron transporter chain it 2% to 5%<br />Leaks out of the electron transporter chain<br />:Research<br />When the training have a balance between the intensity & the period of recovery this will increase the antioxidant enzymes so that additional free radicals can be removed before they do any damage (Alessio,1993, Higuchi ,et al ., 1985, Quintanilha, 1984 ) <br />
    13. 13. Effect on bones <br />It ok to do weight training but with a well supervision , with proper technique & proper programs for the age<br /><ul><li> the first is that the heavy resistance training for children may cause premature closure of their growth plates & in so doing arrest their growth
    14. 14. The potential for bones injuries greater in children than adults because the bones of children have not completely hardened</li></ul> (E. W. maglischo . Training age group & master swimming by ASCA)<br />The growth plates are located at the ends of the bones and are soft where the bones have not completely hardened , these are the areas where bones continue to growing in length during the maturation process<br />
    15. 15. Containing Effect On bones<br />There is some reports showed that resistance training could stunt the growth of the children<br /><ul><li>Isolated report : the researchers reported that some Japanese children</li></ul>Who performed heavy manual labor were noticeably smaller than average (Kato and Ishiko , 1964) this study did not control other factors such as poor nutrition and incidence of toxic illness <br /><ul><li>Several surveys reports : have reported that few of injuries children sustained from weight training involved their growth plates ( Benton, 1983 </li></ul> Brady, Cahill, and Bodner, 1982 Grumbs, et al., 1982 Ryan and Salciccioli,1976) or preadolescents (9-14 y) (Sewall and Michelli, 1984,<br /> weltman, et al., 1986). <br />
    16. 16. Effect On mentality<br />To much stress , mental confusion & board this will causeNeurological over training<br />we will discuss on of parent beliefs in random private training<br />(( this Private training only for technique ))<br />The ship that have 2 captain will sink<br />Mental confusion from random technique private training<br />Every coach have a different philosophies specially in developing technique consequently when the swimmer work on technique with 2 coaches without planning between them he will listen to different ideas for one thing & he will be confused so he will ask himself <br />who should I listen to ? <br />& the to coaches push him to listen so what happened between the coach & the swimmer (conflict , confusion , doubts & boring ) <br />
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    18. 18. Technique training use muscle glycogen too <br />When we want the swimmer to develop a new way in technique<br />Work we train him first in short distance on slow speed then we <br />Work with technique & rise the speed up with long rest then after this we try to make him hold the new technique when he is tired by give him a short or medium distance with short rest in 80 to 95 % speed this is the way to make the swimmer to hold the new technique in race <br />This also will use more muscle glycogen & with this there is no time to recover from this workout <br />That what happened from unplanned workout <br />
    19. 19. Over Tapering case<br />Their a habit for some swimmers to take some random private workout on technique before a competition in taper phase <br />what will happened ? What is the effect from this ?<br /><ul><li> when this private workout like the same pattern that I discuss</li></ul> before it will reduce the muscle glycogen amount in the time<br /> we need to restore it more & give the body more time to rest<br /><ul><li> if this workout done in slow speed with more time to recover</li></ul> it will give the swimmer more time to rest (active rest) but it<br /> will made the body to recover fast & with the primary tapered<br /> this will made the swimmer rest to much this will cause him to loss<br /> the condition of the form of racing this is what I called <br /> (over tapering)<br />
    20. 20. It is universal case<br /><ul><li> Some comments of successful coaches in this case </li></ul> Dr: E.W. Maglischo<br /> - success at younger age does not guarantee success later and<br /> in fact there may be indication that the reverse is true <br /> because the swimmers are not brought a long slowly and<br /> because coaches didn't teach them good technique but instead<br /> simply they worked them harder that other coaches at <br /> younger age <br /> - bringing the swimmers along gradually so they don’t burnout<br /> mentally and so they can contain to improve relative to their<br /> peers as they get older (( LTAD ))<br />
    21. 21. LTADLong Term Athlete Development<br />
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    23. 23. TRUST<br />PARENT<br />COACH<br />NUTRITION<br />MENTAL<br />TIME PLANNING<br />CONTROL HOME <br />ENVIORMENT<br />HAVE MORE CONTROL<br />ON THE SWIMMER<br /> NUTRTION PLANNER<br />MENTAL PLANNER<br />PARENT GUIDE IN SWIMMING<br />EDUCATING <br />PARENT AND SWIMMER <br />CONTROL TRAINING<br />ENVIORMENT<br />SWIMMER<br />EXECUTE WHAT PLANED FOR HIM<br />
    24. 24. Finally<br />The swimmers who continue to improve relative to their peers will remain motivated and stay in the sport until they can reach their peak performance <br />as senior swimmers DR: E.W. Maglischo<br />No one can be successfully coached by more than one coach<br />John Leonard executive director of ASCA<br />There no shortcut in success road<br />
    25. 25. Questions ?<br />

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