Long haul Competitor Advancement MODEL.

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Long haul Competitor Improvement MODEL. Evan Crawford Head of Mentor Advancement RFU. Midlands - LTAD. Xico Martins. Evan Crawford. Martin Hoffman. Rohan Hoffman. Why have a LTAD process?. 10 year or 10,000 hour guideline ( Ericsson and Charness, 1994 and Salmela et al.,1999 )
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Long haul ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT MODEL Evan Crawford Head of Coach Development RFU

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Midlands - LTAD Xico Martins Evan Crawford Martin Hoffman Rohan Hoffman

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Why have a LTAD process? 10 year or 10,000 hour guideline ( Ericsson & Charness, 1994 and Salmela et al.,1999 ) This means somewhat over 3 hours of purposeful practice day by day for a long time

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A Sporting Future for All To guarantee that each individual from our general public is offered open door and support to play, lead and oversee sport. This implies opening up new conceivable outcomes - and enhancing existing ones - at all phases of life, in school, in nearby power offices, in clubs, in agent squads and in universal rivalries.

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Critical variables for Success of the Young individual T o accomplish players potential: Quality School procurement/experience of brandishing procurement Quality Learn group procurement through Local Authorities and Clubs Facilities which are: Accessible (and at fitting times) Affordable Quality and focused on overhauling the competitor\'s needs Quality Teachers and Coaches who are properly qualified and focused on CPD Appropriate levels of rivalry A dynamic structure of Rugby Development opportunities suitable to age and phase of capacity A completely incorporated ability distinguishing proof system

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What do the specialists say? There are ideal “trainability windows” for youthful entertainers These windows are regularly missed because of: Over-contending and under preparing ‘Outcome’ centered rivalry Adult projects forced on youthful entertainers Development projects in view of sequential as opposed to natural age

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Key “Trainability windows” Strength preparing - 12-year and a half after development spurt Aerobic preparing - soon after development spurt Speed preparing – between ages 6-9 and 14-16

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FUNdamental (age 6-10) FUN & interest in numerous games Key aptitude improvement stage Develop running, bouncing, tossing, dexterity, equalization, co-appointment & speed abilities

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Training to prepare (age 10-14) Monitor development & improvement Sport particular molding Technique & body weight resistance preparing Develop sport particular abilities & strategies

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Train to contend (age 14-18) Individualized molding arranged around development spurt Sport particular specialized abilities under focused conditions Advanced strategic arrangements Mental readiness & sport particular execution planning

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Training to win (age 18+) ‘Adult’ preparing administrations Optimization of specialized, strategic and expertise execution in rivalry Frequent physical & mental breaks All parts of preparing individualized

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Long Term Player Development Recruit, Retain, Improve Long Term Player Development Recruit, Retain, Improve Continuous Coaching Development START TAG Level 1 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 2 Coach Licensing Conferences, Seminars, Courses

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