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Overview

The modern athlete needs to be strong, fast, flexible and must posses endurance and skill and be injury free. While almost every athlete receives skill coaching, the development of other qualities are undertaken in a very haphazard fashion. They are typically prioritised only once the athlete has reached the international arena or is injured – or in other words, when it’s too late. In today’s competitive arena, sports skill is simply insufficient to dominate any longer. Unfortunately, athletes receive almost no education about how to go about organising their training; and therefore cannot progress. This certification aims to end this problem once and for all by giving you all the knowledge you need. The information contained here can be used for strength Training of all sports, as well as those trainees who which to develop functional and holistic fitness. To
properly understand and apply the course material, it is important to have 1-2 years of training experience and some previous knowledge of anatomy.

Curriculum

Unit 1: Fundamentals of strength and conditioning for sports

1. Introduction to GPP (General physical preparation)
2. Components of strength and conditioning
-Strength and muscle building
-Speed development
-Power
-Mobility
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
3. General rules of strength and conditioning
4. Injury prevention guidelines
5. Chart of strength standards

Unit 2:Training the novice athlete

1. Introduction to novice athletes
2. Basic template of training
3. Warm up sequences
4. Speed work
5. Strength work with sample program
6. Aerobic work
7. Cool down sequences

Unit 3:Strength and conditioning for the beginner

1. Introduction to beginners
2. Forms of speed training
3. Principle of specificity
-Chart of exercises for various sports
_Chart of breakdowns to detect weaknesses
4. Principle of overload
5. Workout structure
6. Sample program
-Introduction to th athlete
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down

Unit 4: Strength and conditioning for Intermediates

1. Introduction to intermediates
2. Structure of power and speed training
3. Complex conditioning
-Reference chart of methods
4. Advanced Injury prevention methodology
5. Principle of variability
6. Peculiarities of training female athletes
7. Sample program
-Introduction to the athlete
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down

Unit 5:Strength and conditioning for the advanced athlete

1. Introduction to advanced athletes
2. Prevention of injuries
-PNF Stretching
-Foam rolling and release
-Deloads
3. Phase potentiation
-Designing blocks
-Ordering blocks
4. Autoregulation and its methods
-Fundamental variations
5. Sample program
-Introduction to the athlete
-Designing and setting up blocks and the yearly plan
Hypertrophy blocks
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down
Strength blocks
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down
Power and speed blocks
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down
Conditioning blocks
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down
In season blocks
-Warm up
-Speed work
-Power work
-Strength work
-Aerobic work
-Conditioning
-Cool down

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