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Coaching: The Art and Science. “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Benjamin Franklin. Design a Basic Sport Program NCCP Core Competencies. Problem Solving Determine structure of program and training/competition ratio

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coaching the art and science
Coaching: The Art and Science

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

Benjamin Franklin

design a basic sport program nccp core competencies
Design a Basic Sport ProgramNCCP Core Competencies
  • Problem Solving
    • Determine structure of program and training/competition ratio
    • Identify options to enhance program
    • Identify training priorities and objectives at key points of season
    • Rank training priorities and apply to program from sample outlined
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Design a Basic Sport ProgramNCCP Core Competencies
  • Valuing
    • Appreciate need for long-term approach to athlete development
    • Ensure role of competition consistent with long-term approach to athlete development
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Design a Basic Sport ProgramNCCP Core Competencies
  • Critical Thinking
    • Compare structure and key features of program with recommendations at promoting LTAD
    • Identify specific actions needed to better align a program with the guidelines recommended for LTAD
    • Establish linkages between program priorities and practice planning
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Design a Basic Sport ProgramNCCP Core Competencies
  • Leadership
    • Formulate vision for program that promotes LTAD
    • Where appropriate, develop rationale for challenging status quo regarding training and competition ratios and LTAD
    • Develop strategies to manage time and resources, given the need for LTAD approach
designing a sport program
Designing a Sport Program
  • Program vs Team?
    • Time Dimensions
      • part of LTAD
      • Periodization
    • Events
      • Team sport events (tryouts, practices, schedule, etc.)
      • Developmental events (clinics, camps, hosting, etc.)
      • Social events (awards, family appreciation, dance, etc.)
    • Philosophy (Intentions, Objectives, Priorities)
      • Purpose, focus, goals and objectives, policies and procedures
    • Structure, Progressions, Adjustment and Evaluation
sport form
Sport Form
  • Definition
    • Representation of the athlete’s level of readiness (technical, tactical, physical and psychological) to meet requirements of competition.
the training model
The Training Model
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The Training State
  • Exercise phase
    • Results in fatigue with a reduced ability to perform
  • Recovery phase
    • Body returns to pre-training physical capacity. If training is appropriate overcompensation occurs
  • Homeostasis
    • Body adapts to what the prevalent conditions are
the training state2
The Training State

If training occurs as overcompensation is starting, then another round of fatigue, recovery and overcompensation occurs – consequently more adaptation takes place

the training state3
The Training State

If wait too long to train, then overcompensation fades and no improvement occurs.

the training state4
The Training State

If train too early, too often, then overtraining occurs.

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Progression Of Sport

Form

During A Seasonal Program

Peak

Stabilization

to a good

Consolidation

level

Sport

Decline

Form

Building

Program duration (weeks)

Beginning of

Body of the

Weeks following the

t

he program

program

end of the program

workbook vs exam
Overview of Athlete’s LTD pg 6-7

Importance of physical and motor abilities by sport family pg. 10-12

Guidelines for training athletic abilities pg 13-14, 48-54

Sample sport programs for different sport families pg 15-23, 25-28

Definitions of Athletic Abilities pg. 9

Types of Exercises pg. 24, 44-47

Glossary pg. 58-59

Major Questions pg 30

Structure of a Sports Program pg 31-43

Workbook vs Exam
workbook tasks
Workbook Tasks
  • 2.1 (pg 3) Who are your athletes?
    • Select one age group and refer to this group to complete exercises in Workbook.
  • 2.2 (pg 4) What is your program orientation?
    • Choose spontaneously, one option per category.
  • 2.3 (pg 4-5) How is your program set up?
    • Use calendars (pg 25-27) answer 2.3.2-2.3.6
  • 2.4 (pg 5-6) What are the events in your program?
    • Use planning calendar (pg 24) see pg 6
periods and phases preparation
Periods and PhasesPreparation
  • When
    • 1st practice to 1st competition
    • General Preparation Phase (GPF)
      • 6-8 weeks
      • General development of physical, motor abilities
      • Acquisition of new techniques/tactics
      • Progressive increase in quantity of work
          • Team bonding
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Periods and PhasesPreparation
  • Specific Preparation Phase (SPF)
    • 3-5 weeks
    • Physical conditioning adapted to sport
    • Specific development of physical/motor abilities to sport
    • Consolidation of techniques/tactics
    • Progressive increase in quantity and intensity of work
periods and phases preparation2
Periods and PhasesPreparation
  • Pre-Competition Phase (PCP)
    • 2-3 weeks
    • 1st selection activities
    • Maintenance of general physical/motor abilities
    • Development of specific physical/motor abilities
    • Consolidate technique/tactics
    • Prepare for competitions
    • Stress management and emotional control
    • Group co-operation
periods and phases competition
Periods and PhasesCompetition
  • Competition Phase Regular (CPR)
    • Variable length (schedule)
    • Validation and confirmation of learning
    • Stabilization of quantity of work, maintain practice intensity
    • Acquisition/implementation of game plan
    • Stress management, emotional control
        • Group co-operation
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Periods and PhasesCompetition
  • Competition Phase Peak (CPP)
    • Playoffs, championship tournaments, meets
    • Implement game plan to achieve performance
    • Stress management and emotional control
    • Regeneration from fatigue and stress from regular competition
    • Frequency and intensity maintained while length decreased
periods and phases transition
Periods and PhasesTransition
  • 2 to 8 weeks
  • Recovery and regeneration
  • Injury healing
  • Active rest
  • Other activities