"Awakening Champions" Outline of WSWC Long haul Competitor Improvement.

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“Waking Up Champions” Overview of WSWC Long Term Athlete Development. WSWC Congress 2008. Reason. All the more broadly convey, instruct and look for input on how best to actualize a practical Long Term Athlete Development program. Foundation Introduction & Purpose LTAD Factors & Stages
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"Awakening Champions" Overview of WSWC Long Term Athlete Development WSWC Congress 2008

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Purpose More generally impart, teach and look for criticism on how best to execute a feasible Long Term Athlete Development program Background Introduction & Purpose LTAD Factors & Stages Update on usage victories & difficulties to date Competitive structure patterns Present 3 execution challenges for Congress to address

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Background Major activity for Sport Canada Funding gave to plan and actualize a game particular long haul competitor advancement program WSWC grasped this activity and shaped a controlling council to make a towed water sport particular system 2005-2006 work on making "Awakening Champions" 2007 presentation of essential ideas and a few thoughts for conceivable changes to focused structure Membership criticism communicated some worry with execution decisions 2008 New usage advisory group framed to look for part input Framework Outline for upgrading skier/rider improvement covering Training/Competition/Recovery Program is based on Age/Maturation of competitor (not sequential age) 10 Key Factors & separate periods of competitor improvement

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Introduction Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a ubiquitous idea that has suggestions for each part of towed water sports and their execution and… Represented in the majority of our projects Affects the greater part of our partners Necessitates the consistent reconsideration of what we do and how we can improve Forms future premise of system configuration for Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada Programs ought to bolster key components of LTAD

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Implementing LTAD Grassroots Programming Integrated Coaching Programs Competitive Stream & Schedule From Learning to ski or ride to Elite Athlete Training, Competition & World results Discipline & Adaptive Neutrality & Capable LTAD is the overall structure whereupon "on-water" programs, aggressive structures, superior results and competitor administration are connected 5

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Stakeholders & Program Scope Athletes Parents Coaches Administrators LTAD Scope Programs Training hones Lifestyle decisions Event date-book Competition structure

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Stakeholders Athletes Stages: Developmental age "What level am I at?" as opposed to "What level would it be advisable for me to be at?" Training standards Develop a base before practicing Windows of trainability Holistic improvement: physical, mental, subjective, enthusiastic Parents What level are my youngsters at? What projects would it be advisable for them to be enlisted in? At the point when would it be a good idea for them to start concentrating on rivalries?

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Stakeholders Coaches What stage is it accurate to say that this is competitor at? Which abilities would it be advisable for me to show this competitor? Which rivalries (assuming any) would it be a good idea for him to/she be cresting for? Managers Scheduling of rivalries Organization of age gatherings Adaptation/making of suitable advancement programs Linkages & hand-offs between projects

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Key LTAD Factors 10 Year Rule 10 years & 10,000 hours of skiing/riding to achieve tip top levels Fundamentals Basic development aptitudes learned at home: Athletics/Gymnastics/Swimming Specialization Recognize that skiing and riding are LATE-specialization sports Developmental Age All children grow diversely Trainability 5 essential "S\'s" of preparing and execution Stamina/Strength/Speed/Skill/Suppleness

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Key LTAD Factors Physical, Mental, Cognitive & Emotional Development Needs to be considered in preparing programs Periodization Planning procedure to orchestrate preparing, rivalry and recuperation into intelligent & deductively based timetable Calendar Planning Over-rivalry & under-preparing at FUNdations & Build the Skills implies absence of fundamental wellness System Alignment & Integration Athlete-focused/Coach-driven/Administration, Sport science & support bolstered Continuous Improvement Drawn from Japanese modern reasoning of Kaizen

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"Maybe the absolute most vital component in acing the strategies and strategies of dashing is experience. Be that as it may, once you have the essentials obtaining background involves time" Greg LaMond LTAD Stages

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LTAD Stages Active Start Learn basic developments and connection them together into play Ages: 0-6 4 Pillars of Physical Literacy Swimming Gymnastics Athletics Sliding (water skiing, snow skiing, skating)

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"Achievement isn\'t something that simply happens - achievement is found out, achievement is rehearsed and afterward it is shared" Chuck Noll LTAD Stages FUNdamentals Refine basic development abilities and get essential game aptitudes Ages 6-8 (f) & 6-9 (m) Basic Goals Swim 25m, appreciate playing in & around water and be agreeable around pontoons. Comprehend fundamental wellbeing Have fun on 2 skis Deliver program/educating in a FUN and social environment Key Delivery Programs Rip \'n Ride SkiAbility

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"On the off chance that you give up right on time, you will win late" Charles Haley LTAD Stages FUNdations Refine general game aptitudes & create sport particular abilities Ages 9-11 (f) & 10-12 (m) Important age for quickened reception of engine coordination Introduced to all features of towed water sports Continue to take an interest in 2-3 different games Introduction to honing & rivalry, however in a fun setting Mini-course/Relaxed principles Access to Learn To Coaching Key Delivery Program Novice competitions/Clubs/Clinics/Schools

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"Kids are liable to satisfy what you accept of them" Larry Bird LTAD Stages Build the Skills Further expertise refinement/Introduction to rivalry/Develop speed & quality/Build stamina & keep up adaptability to bolster preparing Ages 12-15 (f) & 13-16 (m) Age for quickened & most extreme ability improvement & oxygen consuming, speed & quality preparing Move into formal rivalry yet proceeded with accentuation on learning Increased on-water time and start to have practical experience in an order Higher level drilling, rivalry & formative projects Utilize Competition-Introduction & "Discipline" Technical Instructor mentors Club & common advancement programs National Junior group improvement programs

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"Winning is just 50% of it. Having a fabulous time is the other half" Bum Phillips LTAD Stages Learn to Compete Further aptitude refinement/Confidence in rivalry/Sport Specialization Ages: WS/BF 16-19 (f) & 17-20 (m)/WB 15-16 (f) & 16-17 (m) Specialization in picked discipline Confidence in an assortment of aggressive circumstances Optimization of wellness readiness Good basic leadership abilities Continued upgrade of on-water abilities and results Specialized Competition Development honing, worldwide rivalry & formative projects Utilize Competition-Development and drilling Provincial advancement programs Collegiate projects National Development Team programs

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LTAD Stages Train to Compete Consolidate specialized aptitudes/Increased preparing force/Individualized preparing up to 10 months for every year Ages: WS/BF 18-22 (f) & 19-23 (m)/WB 17-18 (f) & 18-19 (m) Performance on interest International execution change Manage way of life to meet preparing/rivalry necessities Competition Development & Competition High Performance Coaching National Development group programs Collegiate/University programs

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"The vision of a champion is somebody twisted around, splashed in sweat, to the point of depletion, when nobody else is viewing" Anson Dorrance LTAD Stages Becoming a Champion Stabilization of execution on-interest attributes Ages: WS/BF 21-25 (f) & 22-26 (m)/WB 19-21 (f) & 20-24 (m) Transition period between national level and global level platform Final period of athletic arrangement Athletes must be equipped for execution on interest National Team superior projects Collegiate/University programs Personal expert projects

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LTAD Stages Top of the Wake International greatness and platform exhibitions at big showdowns Ages: WS/BF 22+ (f) & 25+ (m)/WB 20+ (f) & 22+ (m) All parts of preparing are coordinated toward guaranteeing predictable exhibitions at the most elevated amount Injury anticipation and recuperation techniques are critical in this stage Athlete accepts full accountability for own execution and conduct WSWC National Team program Personal expert system

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LTAD Stages Active for Life Enjoyment of deep rooted physical action and investment in game and diversion Ages: Enter at any age Try an alternate order of the game Enter sport-related vocations, for example, honing, administering, sport organization, and so on. A positive involvement in game is the way to holding competitors after they leave the opposition stream Masters rivalries Recreational celebrations Club programs

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LTAD Implementation Increase training and backing Complete circulation of principle "Awakening Champions" record Build committed pages for guardians to "discover additionally" Coaching/Grassroots competitions/Path to rivalry Create a LTAD Executive Summary & 2 board pamphlet FUNdamentals & FUNdations Re-arrangement of water ski age divisions to better acknowledge LTAD goals Boys/Girls I, II & III, Junior Men & Women, Under 21 Men Created an Implementation Support Team Formed toward the beginning of April in Ottawa 11 Representatives from BC to Nova Scotia Tasked to recognize and handle the obstacles to LTAD usage

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Programs Rip \'n Ride SkiAbility NCCP Coaching

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Rip \'n Ride Designed for FUNdamentals and FUNdations stages Learn the nuts and bolts in a fun domain Receive helpful criticism and experience early achievement Focus on aptitudes as opposed to rivalries Target markets are camps, schools and clubs Creates open door for commonplace associations to give administration in return to m

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