Preparing Hypothesis: Secondary School Hurlers Matt Lydum, Resistance School January 27, 2005.


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Basics of Sports Training Progress Publishers: Moscow, 1982. ... Fall and Winter sport as general prep. Young people adjust rapidly, (dependably attempt to pay ...
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Preparing Theory: High School Throwers Matt Lydum, Defiance College January 27, 2005

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"It takes 10 years of broad preparing to exceed expectations in anything." Herbert Simon - Nobel Laureate

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Theories about preparing are by and large taking into account yearly (or more) cycles. The High School Coach confronts challenges utilizing these standards to make a preparation arrangement for a short season.

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Matveyev & Selye Much of how we ponder preparing hypothesis depends on two major thoughts. H. SELYE presented the idea of General Adaptation, from which we infer supercompensation . L. MATVEYEV portrayed the relationship amongst volume and force and how it identified with timing a pinnacle execution. Essentials of Sports Training Progress Publishers: Moscow, 1982.

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Adaptation

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Matveyev http://nhomag.com/99_v1_n1_5.asp

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Periodization: Cracking the Code users.compaqnet.be/.../preparing schedules.html

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Periodization: Cracking the Code http://www.judoamerica.com/ijca/periodisation/

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Periodization: vocab Move Unit Session Micro-cycle Meso-cycle Phase Period: readiness, rivalry, move Macro-cycle Olympiad Career

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Moves & Units Continually manufacture and redesign your TRAINING MENU Combinations of moves get to be units (schedules, circuits, and so forth.) Speeds up composing preparing programs Allows for additional time showing particular aptitudes (ex.: bunch one at med. Ball station, bunch two with mentor chipping away at strategy) Increases thickness of preparing (less remaining around) Aids in record keeping

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Med. Ball Routine 1 Between legs forward Between legs back Over the head f\'ward Jump front Jump back Hammer discharge left Hammer discharge rt. Accomplice shot left Partner shot rt. Push press for ht. Set up hops Rockets Tucks One leg tuck right One leg tuck left Skateboard right Skateboard left Speed skater 360 ° rocket left 360 ° rocket right 4 check squat pushes Moves & Units (illustrations)

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Session & Micro-cycles 3-12 units for each session, 3-10 sessions/week. Bowerman and the week by week arrangement "Hard/Easy" Coaching Track & Field William J. Bowerman. Houghton Mifflin Publishers, 1974. Complimentary and Compatible Training Put units that go well together in the same session Build the week after week plan to amplify adjustment and learning Propers to Boo Schexnayder, LSU/USATF CE

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Building the week after week arrangement: case RANGE or VARIABLE INTENSITY THROWING Teach the distinction between sub-maximal force and full scale tosses. Excessively numerous YOUNG THROWERS HAVE ONLY ONE GEAR. Up to 50 tosses at 50-75%, <10 tosses @ >95% SUBJECTIVE: 75% exertion OBJECTIVE: 75% of PR or objective separation Taking bunches of "hard" endeavors regular dilutes the capability of high power tossing (sensory system suggestions).

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Mesos, stages, and periods The "framework" is not helpful for traditional periodization… 3 or 4 month secondary educational season Federation, group & school rules Two or three game competitors Year-round preparing in a few games Dual meets on weekdays Etc.

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Solutions Think enormous picture Fall and Winter sport as general prep Adolescents adjust rapidly, (dependably attempt to focus and find out about adjustment) Adolescents get drilled rapidly (a packed season may keep some potential stars from floating off)

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Solutions Within the brief secondary educational season… move from general to particular Use dynamic stacking Steadily increment volume Time emptying ( ↓ volume and ↑ force) to finish a "pinnacle" VOLUME IS THE MOST CONTROLLABLE VARIABLE

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Solution (case) Use week-day double meets as preparing days (test preparing program at a meet) Jogging Loosening moves Locomotive moves (counting skipping and parallel) Dynamic scope of movement Between leg forward and back Partial tosses Full tosses 3-6 aggressive tosses for each occasion (maybe a few drills or more tosses if suitable) Jogging Hurdle versatility Eat* *It is broadly acknowledged that eating a solid nibble not long after a strenuous preparing or rivalry helps recuperation. See http://www.nsca-lift.org/perform/articles/02056.pdf

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(Dys)adaptation… Inability to adjust well to preparing Reasons: Resistance: misguided judgments, issues with power, drilling signs appear to be conflicting with past (other) mentors, apprehension of achievement

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Dysadaptation (cont.) More reasons: Poor nourishment insufficient rest Other stressors Family Money School Adolescence as a rule

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Dysadaptation (cont.) More reasons: Stimulus (burden) is improper Too much Too little (habituation) Too complex Incorrect Not on a very basic level and/or biomechanically solid, i.e.: shaky, inability to create a summate power. Weariness (overtraining)

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Peaking Agricultural epigraphs… The roughage is in the animal dwellingplace Plant your seeds before the harvest is expected

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Peaking Unloading: ↓ volume ↑ power 3-7 days before key rivalry Practice Peaking (likely just a few times in a secondary educational season) Throw while supercompensated (timing and musicality will be distinctive) How? Measuring tapes, video, reenacted comp. (permit > 7 minutes between tosses), mid. Season invitationals

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Peaking Teach cresting: make it a group custom Make it a desire Anticipate energized (supercomped) conduct. Educate your competitors not to pass up accomplishing something imprudent in the weight room or overtraining excessively near the meet.

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