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    Module

    Integrated Performance Conditioning

     
    Module Overview  

    Coaches need to develop logical programmes that have a systematic approach to physical preparation. These should develop the fundamental skills that focus on quality of movement before quantity.

    Module Content  
    1. What is integrated performance conditioning (IPC)?

    2. The cornerstones of IPC

    3. IPC blueprint for success

    4. Cornerstones of physical preparation
     

    Module

    Evaluation and Monitoring

     
    Module Overview  

    Consider the subjective and objective markers that are relative to your client and their goals. There are lots of markers to consider; the key is to focus on the right ones and to monitor them accordingly.

    Module Content  
    1. Effective evaluation and monitoring

    2. Programming the sat nav

    3. Subjective and objective evaluations

    4. Ongoing monitoring
     

    Module

    Recovery & Regeneration

     
    Module Overview  

    Training is designed to progressively overload the body systems and fuel stores and must be applied appropriately. Recovery is the limiting factor in training, so we need to understand how to maximise it.

    Module Content  
    1. Invisible training

    2. Nutrition

    3. Sleep

    4. Body management
     

    Module

    Art and Science of Coaching

     
    Module Overview  

    There is big difference between writing a training programme and knowing how to coach. Coaches need to become efficient by identifying client types and adapting coaching styles accordingly.

    Module Content  
    1. Characteristics of a great coach

    2. Effective coaching strategies

    3. Coaching roadblocks

    4. Understanding your coaching
     

    Module

    Evaluation and Monitoring

     
    Module Overview  

    Consider the subjective and objective markers that are relative to your client and their goals. There are lots of markers to consider; the key is to focus on the right ones and to monitor them accordingly.

    Module Content  
    1. Effective evaluation and monitoring

    2. Programming the sat nav

    3. Subjective and objective evaluations

    4. Ongoing monitoring
     

    Module

    Programme Design

     
    Module Overview  

    Consistent results are achieved through Integrated Performance Conditioning programmes that address the needs of the client. Coaches need to balance the need for continuity whilst taking into account the need for variation.

    Module Content  
    1. Fundamental principles

    2. Programme design variables part 1

    3. Programme design variables part 2

    4. Periodisation
     

    Module

    Recovery & Regeneration

     
    Module Overview  

    Training is designed to progressively overload the body systems and fuel stores and must be applied appropriately. Recovery is the limiting factor in training, so we need to understand how to maximise it.

    Module Content  
    1. Invisible training

    2. Nutrition

    3. Sleep

    4. Body management
     

    Module

    Metabolic Conditioning

     
    Module Overview  

    Metabolic conditioning is a term used to describe conditioning exercises intended to increase the storage and delivery of energy for any activity, and is an important component of an integrated performance conditioning programme.

    Module Content  
    1. Energy Systems 101

    2. Peripheral Vs central adaptations

    3. The power of nine

    4. Reverse periodisation

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