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  • PERFORMANCE PLANNING: YEARLY TRAINING PLAN

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    Performance Planning Training

    Performance Planning training has three distinct parts:

    Long-Term Athlete Development Plans and Performance Planning

    Sport Profile and Gap Analysis Yearly Training Plan (this part)

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    Overview Rationale

    Now that weve completed the first two parts of the Performance Planning module, were ready to scientifically develop a yearly training plan (YTP)

    Objective Develop a yearly training plan.

    Process Mini-lectures, small group tasks, and individual tasks.

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    Where Are We Going? Type of Plan Building Your Yearly Training Plan Identifying the Training Emphasis Identifying Objectives in the YTP Sequencing Training Objectives Training Abilities over a Training Block Quantifying the YTP Adjusting Volume and Intensity Adjusting Exercises Your Practice Plan Quantifying the Training Week Modulating the Training Load Ensuring Optimal Recovery Monitoring Training

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    Type of Plan

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    The Plan

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    Purpose and Timing of Periods Period Purpose Timing

    Preparation To prepare athletes for the demanding work that will come later in the year

    From the first practice of the program to the first official competition of the program

    Competition To continue physical training To introduce the stresses of

    preparing for and engaging in competition

    From the first official competition of the program to the last competition of the program

    Transition To give athletes time to rest and regenerate

    From the last competition of the program to the last structured training activity of the program

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    Single Periodized Plan

    PREPARATION COMPETITION TRANSITION

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    Double Periodized Plan

    PREPARATION COMPETITION TRANSITION

    PREP COMP T PREP COMP T

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    Periods and Phases

    Period Phase, Team Sports Phase, Individual Sports

    Preparation General Preparation Phase General Preparation Phase

    Specific Preparation Phase Specific Preparation Phase

    Pre-competition Phase

    Competition Pre-competition Phase

    Regular Competition Phase Pre-competition Phase

    Major Competition Phase Competition Phase

    Transition

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    General Preparation Phase

    Recommended length: 6 to 8 weeks, or more Objectives/Priorities:

    General development of physical, motor, and mental athletic abilities

    Acquisition of new technical abilities and skills Consolidation of already acquired technical

    and tactical abilities

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    General Preparation Phase (contd)

    Training methods: Large proportion of general activities and

    exercises; small proportion of specific and competition activities and exercises

    Average intensity lower than that of later phases

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    Specific Preparation Phase Recommended length: 3 to 5 weeks, or more Objectives/Priorities:

    Progressive development of physical conditioning adapted to the sport

    Specific development of the primary physical, motor, and mental athletic abilities required in the sport

    Acquisition of new tactical abilities and knowledge

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    Specific Preparation Phase (contd)

    Training methods: Greater proportion of specific or competition

    exercises Decrease in the proportion of general

    activities and exercises

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    Pre-competition Phase Recommended length: 2 to 3 weeks, or more Objectives/Priorities:

    Preparation of athletes for future competitions Consolidation of already acquired technical

    and tactical abilities Increase in activity intensity, to be at

    competition-level intensity toward the end of the phase

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    Pre-competition Phase (contd)

    Training methods: Large proportion of specific or competition

    exercises, and small proportion of general activities and exercises

    Participation in a few preparatory and non-official competitions

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    Regular Competition Phase Length: variable Objectives/Priorities:

    Achievement of performance goals Stabilization of or decrease in the quantity of

    work done during practices and maintenance of an intensity similar to that found in competition

    Stress management and emotional control when outcome is important

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    Regular Competition Phase (contd) Training methods:

    Very large proportion of specific or competition exercises, and very small proportion of general activities and exercises, unless the latter are required to correct persistent shortcomings

    Practice simulation of situations likely to be encountered in major competitions

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    Major Competition Phase Objectives/Priorities:

    Achievement of performance goals when the stakes or competition level are higher

    Stress management and emotional control when outcome is very important

    Recovery from fatigue and stress due to participation in regular and major competitions

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    Major Competition Phase (contd) Training methods:

    Exercises and activities intended to refine preparation

    Insertion of frequent breaks in practices so as to avoid fatigue and maintain a high degree of intensity

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    Transition Period Length: variable (2 to 8 weeks) Objectives/Priorities:

    Recovery and regeneration Healing of injuries sustained during the

    Competition Period Decrease in the length, frequency, and

    intensity of sport activities

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    Transition Period (contd) Training methods:

    Active rest Very large proportion of general activities and

    exercises Participation in activities other than organized

    competitive activities Participation in sports with different physical

    and motor requirements, with or without competition, without stress

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    Building your Yearly Training Plan

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    Excerpt from a YTP

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    Solutions

    Start the program earlier Have athletes train certain abilities before the

    start of the program Strategically select competitions (individual

    sports) Train through early competitions (team sports)

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    Identifying the Training Emphasis

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    Why Identifying Training Emphasis Matters

    It shows the major priorities for different training blocks at a glance

    It helps coaches decide the best/most efficient time to address training gaps to deliver the best performance

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    Sample Gap Analysis

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    Example of Identifying Training Emphasis

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    From Gap Analysis to Training Emphasis

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    Expressing Emphasis as a Percentage

    The emphasis is based on the main gaps identified in the gap analysis

    The percentage for the Performance Factors in each microcycle should add to 100%

    The emphasis can be identified for each microcycle in the plan, but it is more likely that the emphasis will vary from phase to phase

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    Training Emphasis

    Emphasis

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

    TECHNICAL

    TACTICAL

    PHYSICAL

    PSYCHOLOGY

    EQUIP / ENVIR

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    Identifying Objectives in the YTP

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    Choosing Objectives

    Align objectives with the training emphasis The challenge is to manage multiple objectives

    while developing meaningful training progressions

    Its better to fully achieve 1 or 2 objectives than to partially achieve 9 or 10

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    Identifying Dominant Athletic Abilities

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    Identifying Ancillary Factors

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    Sequencing Training Objectives

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    Sequencing Training Objectives

    Check out the sample training plans in your sports LTAD document

    This will help you put training objectives in the right order

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    Example of Prioritizing Objectives Physical Abilities

    1=Develop 3=Maintain

    Technical/Tactical Abilities 1= Acquire 2= Consolidate 3= Refine

    Ancillary Factors Depends on Competition Development module

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    Example of Prioritized Objectives in YTP

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    Training Abilities Over a Training Block

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    Microcycles and Mesocycles

    Mesocycle Several weeks of training providing progressive loading then unloading

    Microcycle Three to six d