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There are several factors to keep in mind when creating a periodic program for athletes. This includes identifying the performance target, assessing the current situation and outlining the tactics for achieving the goal. Before we start building the program, we needs analysis as part of your athlete checklist. That includes, but is not limited to, the following: - The Athlete's Goal - Position of sport - Age of training (coached) - Previous injury - Duration of the season (s) - Recovery time is needed - Maturity - Contact/Non-Contact Contact - Training days are available - Energy systems that are used - Training backgrounds - Genetics: - Analysis of movement - Individual fitness level - Recover Rate - Fundamental competences - Timeline Preparation - Environment of training - Natural co-ordination - Physiological requirements - Psychological requirements - Competitions by cycle Once the needs analysis has been completed, it is best to first consider the timeline for preparation and then work on fine-tuning program details, such as movement patterns, available resources, exercise choices and set-ups. It is also essential to consider having Plan B and Plan C, as things don't always go according to expectations. We are adaptable as a trainer or coach to cultivate your success, and health as athletes. Here are the basic principles of scientific training: - Adaptation or accommodation: every time athletes are training, changes occur to make them more effective and efficient. - Rest and recovery: Although the training load must be progressive, it is equally essential that rest and regeneration are programmed and planned. Rest and recovery between sets, between exercises and between workouts should be designed and strategically measured to prevent burnout or injury. Keep the rest periods between sets and routines to about 3060 seconds, depending on your goal and fitness level. It is recommended that at least one day off per week be avoided; however, the individual should listen to his or her body and, if necessary, take additional days off. - Overload: To improve fitness, an athlete must continuously boost the work he or she does. Once we have thoroughly reviewed the most important factors, including training principles, we can start working through macrocycles or through individual training days, which may consist of multiple sessions. Each training session should consist of tiny building blocks leading to the achievement of the athlete's goals.
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