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LTAD 101 Training to Compete - Periodization. Istvan Balyi National Sport Centre Vancouver – Victoria Sport Canada and sports coach UK LTAD Advisor. « La définition de la folie, c’est refaire toujours la même chose en s’attendant à un résultat différent. » Albert Einstein.

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LTAD 101

Training to Compete - Periodization

Istvan Balyi

National Sport Centre Vancouver – Victoria

Sport Canada and sports coach UK

LTAD Advisor

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« La définition de la folie, c’est refaire toujours la même chose en s’attendant à un résultat différent. »Albert Einstein

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

Albert Einstein

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LTAD to your Next Training Session

Annual Plan

Single

Double

Triple

Multiple

Periodization

Athlete

Chronological Age

Biological Age

Training Age

Periods

Preparation

Competition

Transition

Meso Cycles

Developmental

Stabilizing

Pre-competition

Competitive

Restorative

Phases

General

Specific

Pre-competitive

Competitive

Transition

Micro Cycles

Introductory

Development

Shock

Maintenance

Taper

Peak

Restoration

Transition

New

Plan

Sessions

6:1 = 4 / 6 / 9 / 12 / 15

5:2 3:1 2:1

Evaluation

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DEFENSIVE

OFFENSIVE

COMPLEX

CLOSED

FIXED

PLAYS

OPEN

PASSION

STRATEGIES

SKILL

SELF

CONTROL

COMMITTMENT

EMOTION

ENERGIZE

CONFIDENCE

PERFORMANCE

PSYCHOLOGY

INTEGRITY

FOCUS

CHARACTER

RESPECT

PHYSIOLOGY

NUTRITION

ENVIRONMENT

LEADERSHIP

HEALTH

TEMP

FITNESS

FACILITIES

ALTITUDE

GEARING UP FOR HIGH

PERFORMANCE

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PERIPHERAL

CENTRAL

AEROBIC

ANAEROBIC

LACTIC

PULMONARY

OXYGEN

TRANSPORT

OVER

TRAINING

ENERGY

SYSTEMS

ANAEROBIC

ALACTIC

DISEASE

HEALTH

EXPLOSIVE

INJURY

POWER

PHYSIOLOGY

SPEED

REST/FATIGUE

RECOVERY

STRENGTH

SPECIFIC

SLEEP

NUTRITION

REPAIR

RELATIVE

ABSOLUTE

FUELS

NUTRIENTS

HYDRATION

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training variables
Volume

Intensity

Frequency

Beginners

Elite

Training Variables
who are the training competition and recovery programmes designed for
Who are the training, competition and recovery programmes designed for ?
  • Planning
  • Long-term
  • Quadrennial
  • Annual
  • Periods
  • Phases
  • Meso cycles
  • Micro cycles
  • Sessions
  • Units
microcycles
Introductory

Developmental

Shock

Stabilizing

Competitive

Taper

Peak

Maintenance

Modeling

Transition

Sequencing

3

4

6

9

12

15

18

Microcycles
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Rotation 1 – Drilling

Time: 1:30-3:00pm

Objective: Match Simulation Drills

1. W/Up: Mini Tennis 10 min

2. Defend B/line X-crt 15 min

3. Attack B/line D-T-L 15 min

4. Control Center & Close In 15 min

5. Change of Direction 15 min

6. Depth & Consistency 10 min

7. W/Dn: Stretch & Hydrate 10 min

Total 90 min

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Rotation 2 – IPI

Time: 3:00 – 4:30

Objective: Download before competition

1. Warm-up 10 min

2. Agility 10 min

3. Balance 10 min

4. Speed 10 min

5. Rest 10 min

6. Strength 10 min

7. Power 10 min

8. Pre-habilitation 10 min

9. Regeneration 10 min

Total 90 min

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Rotation 3 – Mental Conditioning

  • Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Objective: Increase mental toughness
    • .Testing Evaluation
    • .Goal Setting
    • .Quality Practice = Quality Performance
    • .Attitude / Concentration / Effort
    • .Developing Rituals
    • .Self Awareness
  • Note: These are some of the topics that are covered throughout the year.

Rotation 4 – Match Play

Time: 4:30 – 6:00

Objective: Practice Set

sport requirements v b juvenile cardinal 2007
Sport requirements: V.B. Juvenile(Cardinal, 2007)

Training to Compete 1: performance factors relativeimportance

sport requirements v b junior cardinal 2007
Sport requirements: V.B. Junior(Cardinal, 2007)

Training to Compete 2: performance factors relativeimportance

summary
Summary
  • FUN
  • Specialization (Training to Compete 2)
  • Trainability
    • Aerobic power
    • Strength and power
    • Training to Compete 2 = all system are fully trainable
  • Optimizing the engine and sport-specific and position specific skills