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Designing and Implementing a Strength and Conditioning Program at Your School. Patrick T. McHenry MA, CSCS*D, RSCC Castle View High School. Objectives. Basic program design knowledge Tools to develop a basic program Resources to find more information on program design
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Designing and Implementing a Strength and Conditioning Program at Your School Patrick T. McHenry MA, CSCS*D, RSCC Castle View High School
Objectives • Basic program design knowledge • Tools to develop a basic program • Resources to find more information on program design • Resources for strength & conditioning
National Standards • Coaches need to understand the principles of strength and conditioning (Domain 3 of National Standards for Sport Coaches) • Physical educators need to enhance their students’ knowledge and skills in physical activity and fitness (Standard 3 of National Standards for Physical Education).
CAUTION • One of the hardest aspects of training is program design. • Dr. William Kraemer “There is no one best program.” • Program design is an art form, drawing from the best available research-based program design. • There is no one right way to design a program but there are many wrong ways. • What works for one school may not work for another • High school athlete is not the same has a college athlete. (male / female, training age) • Taking a program designed for a college athlete and implementing it with a high school athlete has a greater chance for leading to injury • You have to know your students, their abilities and limitations.
?Questions? • What background are the students coming from • What is the purpose of the program - athlete - student taking class
Program considerations • Days a week - block every of other day (A/B) - block every day - 7 period day (55 min) - modified block ( 3 x 55 min, 1 x 90, • Time (45 / 60 / 90) minute class • Number of students • Training age
Equipment -free weights -machines -dumbbells / kettle bells / sandbags -suspension systems (TRX, SBT) -41 inch bands -Elastic bands (pro tex)
“Virtually any methods of strength training enhance the strength of a novice during the first few months”. Gambetta
WHERE TO START: • Backwards plan calendar
REFERENCES • NSCA Basic Manual :NSCA-Lift.org • Joe Kennhttp://www.bighousepower.com/Store/tabid/58/Default.aspx • Avery Faigenbaum http://strongkid.com/Books.html
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