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Sports Performance Training

This presentation covers program design for Sports Performance

Chris Morland

on 26 July 2018

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Transcript of Sports Performance Training

Who are your athletes/team? Do you have a needs analysis in place? Methodology?
What is your timeline to train?
When can things build, recover, and then get the results?
Where are they going to train?
Why are you training them?
Accumulation and Building Capacity
Learning the exercise techniques
Higher volume load and lower intensities
Assessments include: pull-ups, sit-ups, and push-ups
Building an exercise vocabulary for training
Body weight exercises like Glute Ham Raise
Shoulder and Hip Mobility
Connecting the science to application with training cycles
Transmutation and Basic Strength
Basic lifts working the 1RM %'s 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%
Bringing in some power exercises like Clean High Pull
Four or six week program building intensity week 1-3 and 4 unload, or 1,2 unload, 4,5,6 unload
Move residuals training effects ahead to the next training block
Examples of exercises: Dumbbell Complex and Reverse Lunge
Realization and Competition
Minimum of two times per week training for 30 minutes
Maintaining to Max strength target of 90% off-season for peak
SAQ (Speed, Agility, and Quickness) training
Close communication with the sports coach
Being flexible, getting athlete feedback, and having a feel of how things are progressing
"Sports Performance Training"
by Chris Morland, MS, CSCS, USAW
Director of Strength and Conditioning/Teacher at Cardinal Gibbons High School

Problems with Training in High School

Lack of adequate facility or space
Lack of experience
Lack of pertinent education
Lack of qualified personnel
Lack of training equipment
Lack of sequencing the training cycles
Questions that should be asked?
Cardinal Gibbons Mission: Faith, Service, and Leadership
Contact Information
E-mail: cmorland@cghsnc.org
Phone: 919-834-1625 X470
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/cmostrength2012/
Twitter: @chrismorland7 or @strength_cghsnc

Attitude, Effort, and Commitment
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