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Evaluating a Training Programme

Synopsis
The body of an athlete needs to be constantly maintained, repaired and improved. A successful training programme needs to be tailored specifically to the individual athlete and their sport. This DVD identifies the key components required and investigates the methods used to evaluate, modify and improve all training programmes. It covers:

Meeting the physical demands of the sport - identifying a training programme for the demands and specific fitness needs of your particular sport including muscular strength and power, agility, reaction time, balance, co-ordination, anaerobic power, and speed, muscular and cardio-respiratory endurance.

Selection of appropriate training methods - continuous, interval, fartlek, circuit, plyometrics, weight and speed training and pilates.

Application of training principles - specifity to progressive overload; frequency and duration; the need to allow for adaptation.

Goal setting and motivation - the SMARTER method of training; specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timed, evaluated and recorded.

Staying on track and evaluating success - the game plan outlining targets and goals; how reflecting on the past helps plan for the future.

Chapterised DVD with English captions for the deaf or hearing impaired. Programme support notes.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2010
Year of production
2010
Subjects
Sports science
Keywords
sports coaching; training (sports)

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 2 PAL
Price
£39.00
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
28 minutes
Year
2010

Production Company

Name

Video Education Australasia

Web
http://www.vea.com.au External site opens in new window
Notes
Acquired by ClickView.

Distributor

Name

Boulton-Hawker Films Ltd

Web
http://www.boultonhawker.co.uk External site opens in new window
Phone
01449 616200
Fax
01449 677600
Address
Combs Tannery
Stowmarket
Suffolk
IP14 2EN
United Kingdom

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