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SPRT714 Coaching Practice
Annual Planning
Setting the Scene
#HERMES Context, Culture,
Strategy & Politics
To increase an individuals
speed characteristics
(acceleration, maximal
speed, & agility) with the
aim of enhancing sporti...
The BIG Picture
Athlete
Learning & Development
Sport
Process & Practice
Nested Planning
LEVEL OBJECTIVES TIMELINE & ACTIVITY
MACRO:
STRATEGIC
GOALS
- Develop reputation as
world class S&C coach
...
Model of
Performance
Player
Development
Coaching Practice
Participant
Capabilities
(Muir 2012)
Process & Practice
Athlete
...
WHO
WHAT HOW
PLAN
DO
REVIEW
(Abraham & Collins 2011, Muir 2011a)
Process & Practice
Athlete
Self
Learning & Development
Fr...
WHO
ATHLETE SPORT
KEY MOVEMENTS
(Technical in
relation to speed)
ATHLETE CENTRED
FOCUS (in relation
to those key
movements)
BI...
ATHLETE SHORT MEDIUM LONG
CALLUM
- Work on body angle
- Foot placement behind Centre of
Mass (CoM)
- Develop symmetry betw...
PROJECTION
RHYTHM
RISE
- Joint & Muscle Order
- Force Application
- Postural Control
- Projection Angles
- Stride Frequenc...
HOW
(Abraham & Collins 2011)
Explicit
Implicit
External
Internal
(Wulf 2013)
(Baddeley 2012)
(Lyle 2018)
AIM
To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components
to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influe...
AIM
To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components
to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influe...
AIM
To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components
to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influe...
PLAYER
ENGAGEMENT
COACH
BEHAVIOURS
TRAINING
STRUCTURE
SESSION
OBJECTIVES
GOALS 1 2 3
MICRO
CYCLES
4
5 6 7 OUTCOMES
(Muir 2...
AIM
To identify and demonstrate a positive knee drive and lower limb
angles in relation to acceleration
TIME
LEARNING
OBJE...
COMMUNICATION
BAND WIDTHS
DIALLING UP / DOWN THE VOLUME
NORMAL FREQUENCY
Support
Stretch
(Abrahams 2017)
AM I FILLING THEIR CUPS?
(Ford 2010 & Harvey 2013)
References
Abrahams, D. (2017). Unleashing Carraghers Nightmare. The Talent Equation Podcast 20 December 2017.
Abraham, A....
Coaching Practice - Annual Planning
Coaching Practice - Annual Planning
Coaching Practice - Annual Planning
Coaching Practice - Annual Planning
Coaching Practice - Annual Planning
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Coaching Practice - Annual Planning

  1. 1. SPRT714 Coaching Practice Annual Planning
  2. 2. Setting the Scene #HERMES Context, Culture, Strategy & Politics
  3. 3. To increase an individuals speed characteristics (acceleration, maximal speed, & agility) with the aim of enhancing sporting performance The BIG Picture (Abraham 2009, Lancaster 2011) Self Process & Practice
  4. 4. The BIG Picture Athlete Learning & Development Sport Process & Practice
  5. 5. Nested Planning LEVEL OBJECTIVES TIMELINE & ACTIVITY MACRO: STRATEGIC GOALS - Develop reputation as world class S&C coach - Develop reputation as “go to guy” for speed - To create environment for the best athletes Meso Year 1 Objectives: - Recruit 6 high calibre athletes to be members of the group - Establish group as key part of athletes performance / preparation Meso Year 2 Objectives: - Increase “presence” of group - Recruit 2 professional athletes to the group Meso Year 3 Objectives: - Recruit 2 nationally recognised athletes to the group MESO: SEASONAL To maximise an individuals speed characteristics to enhance their sporting performance Objectives: Week 1 - 16 To develop and enhance acceleration mechanics and speed Objectives: Week 17 - 33 To develop and enhance acceleration, deceleration, change of direction & agility mechanics Objectives: Week 34 - 52 To develop and enhance maximal speed MICRO: Design, develop & implement session plans and objectives with aligned practice, behaviour, curriculum detail & athlete centred goals (Abrahams & Collins 2011)
  6. 6. Model of Performance Player Development Coaching Practice Participant Capabilities (Muir 2012) Process & Practice Athlete Self Learning & Development Components of Performance Planning
  7. 7. WHO WHAT HOW PLAN DO REVIEW (Abraham & Collins 2011, Muir 2011a) Process & Practice Athlete Self Learning & Development Framework for Coaches Decision Making
  8. 8. WHO
  9. 9. ATHLETE SPORT KEY MOVEMENTS (Technical in relation to speed) ATHLETE CENTRED FOCUS (in relation to those key movements) BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIAL CALLUM RUGBY (FLY HALF) Acceleration, maximal speed, lateral movement, agility Foot placement / strike Symmetry / balance Body angle First year pro athlete, monitor volume / workload Encouragement, praise, positive reinforcement Committed, understands process and wants to attend HARRY RUGBY (WING) Acceleration, maximal speed, agility Body angle Projection angles Genetically gifted, biomechanically awful Encouragement, praise, positive reinforcement Lives and works in Middlesbrough, sometimes finds it difficult to attend JACK FOOTBALL (MIDFIELD) Acceleration, maximal speed, lateral movement, agility Projection angles Postural control Very slight, injury prone, focus on warm up / down Strong, whats to improve, wants to better himself Dependent on fixtures JAKE RUGBY (2ND ROW) Acceleration, momentum in contact, agility Postural control Projection angles Great physical specimen, works extremely hard Wants to be challenged, seeks knowledge and understanding 100% commitment MATT RUGBY (WING) Acceleration, maximal speed, agility Force application Postural control Projection angles Naturally gifted (physically) Encouragement, praise, positive reinforcement Currently studying at MSc level OLLY RUGBY (FULL BACK) Acceleration, maximal speed, lateral movement, agility Force application Projection angles Very talented athlete, bad injury record Very laissez faire but driven and committed Mentally tasking job RICHARD RUGBY (BACK ROW) Acceleration, momentum in contact, agility Postural control Projection angles Stride harmony ten year pro athlete Strong, whats to improve, wants to better himself 100% commitment Participant Capabilities
  10. 10. ATHLETE SHORT MEDIUM LONG CALLUM - Work on body angle - Foot placement behind Centre of Mass (CoM) - Develop symmetry between left and right side - Develop greater force production Performance Centred HARRY - Work on body angle - Foot placement behind Centre of Mass (CoM) - Develop greater force production in first three strides Performance Centred JACK - Develop greater force production in first four strides - Develop greater harmony between stride length / frequency in acceleration Performance Centred JAKE - Work on body angle - Develop greater harmony between stride frequency / length - Develop greater force production Performance Centred MATT - Work on body angle - Foot placement behind Centre of Mass (CoM) - Develop greater harmony between stride length / frequency in acceleration Performance Centred OLLY - Develop greater force production in first four strides - Focus on body angle transition Performance Centred RICHARD - Work on body angle - Foot placement behind Centre of Mass (CoM) - Develop greater harmony between stride length / frequency in acceleration Performance Centred Player Development Philosophy
  11. 11. PROJECTION RHYTHM RISE - Joint & Muscle Order - Force Application - Postural Control - Projection Angles - Stride Frequency / Stride Length Harmony - Stride Rate of Change - Body Angle Transition - Ground Contact, Amortisation, Flight Time WHAT Model of Performance
  12. 12. HOW (Abraham & Collins 2011)
  13. 13. Explicit Implicit External Internal (Wulf 2013) (Baddeley 2012)
  14. 14. (Lyle 2018)
  15. 15. AIM To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influence within sporting performance (acceleration, linear speed) COMPONENT FOCUS COACHING BEHAVIOURS EXPECTATIONS FOR ENGAGEMENT JAN PROJECTION Joint & Muscle Order Projection Angles Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context FEB PROJECTION Joint & Muscle Order Projection Angles Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context MAR PROJECTION / RHYTHM Postural Control Force Production Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context APR PROJECTION / RHYTHM Postural Control Force Production Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context
  16. 16. AIM To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influence within sporting performance (agility) COMPONENT FOCUS COACHING BEHAVIOURS EXPECTATIONS FOR ENGAGEMENT MAY PROJECTION / RHYTHM Joint & Muscle Order Postural Control Projection Angles Force Production Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context JUN PROJECTION / RHYTHM Joint & Muscle Order Postural Control Projection Angles Force Production Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context JUL PROJECTION / RHYTHM Joint & Muscle Order Postural Control Projection Angles Force Production Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context AUG PROJECTION / RHYTHM Joint & Muscle Order Postural Control Projection Angles Force Production Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context
  17. 17. AIM To develop the necessary biomechanical and physiological components to enhance speed characteristics to amplify influence within sporting performance (acceleration, maximal speed) COMPONENT FOCUS COACHING BEHAVIOURS EXPECTATIONS FOR ENGAGEMENT SEP RHYTHM / RISE Stride Rate of Change Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Body Angle Transition Ground Contact, amortisation, flight time Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context OCT RHYTHM / RISE Stride Rate of Change Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Body Angle Transition Ground Contact, amortisation, flight time Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context NOV RHYTHM / RISE Stride Rate of Change Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Body Angle Transition Ground Contact, amortisation, flight time Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context DEC RHYTHM / RISE Stride Rate of Change Stride Frequency / Length Harmony Body Angle Transition Ground Contact, amortisation, flight time Demonstration Observation Cueing Questioning (Open & Closed) Scaffolding information Identifying personal work ons Practice / rehearsal Reflection Answering questions relating to context
  18. 18. PLAYER ENGAGEMENT COACH BEHAVIOURS TRAINING STRUCTURE SESSION OBJECTIVES GOALS 1 2 3 MICRO CYCLES 4 5 6 7 OUTCOMES (Muir 2011b) Coaching Practice, Planning & Reflection Framework (CPPRF)
  19. 19. AIM To identify and demonstrate a positive knee drive and lower limb angles in relation to acceleration TIME LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITY COACHING BEHAVIOURS LEARNER ENGAGEMENT 5 mins Set up the session Deliver individual learning objectives Discussion Discussion Questioning Interaction with discussion Recapping information Identifying personal work ons 10 mins Physical Preparation Dynamic warm up Demonstration Instruction Feedback Verbal cueing Practice Rehearsal Demonstration of techniques / physical competency 20 mins Demonstration of Positive Knee Drive and Lower Limb Angles Dead Leg Run Quickstep Falling Starts Demonstration Instruction Feedback Verbal cueing Practice Rehearsal Demonstration of techniques / physical competency 15 mins Orchestration of movement Implementing knee drive and lower limb angles into sprint Feedback Practice Rehearsal Demonstration of techniques / physical competency 5 mins Reflection on performance / session Individual feedback Q&A Discussion Discussion
  20. 20. COMMUNICATION BAND WIDTHS DIALLING UP / DOWN THE VOLUME NORMAL FREQUENCY Support Stretch (Abrahams 2017)
  21. 21. AM I FILLING THEIR CUPS? (Ford 2010 & Harvey 2013)
  22. 22. References Abrahams, D. (2017). Unleashing Carraghers Nightmare. The Talent Equation Podcast 20 December 2017. Abraham, A. Collins, D. (2011). Effective skill development: How should athletes’ skills be developed? In Performance Psychology: A Guide for the Practitioner. D. Collins, H. Richards and A. Button (Eds.) (London: Churchill Livingstone). Abraham, A. Morgan, G. Muir, B. (2009). Are you a cook or a chef? On the up: The official elite coaches’ magazine. 5: 62-63. Baddeley, A. (2012). Working memory: Theories, models, and controversies. Annual Review of Psychology. 63, 1 - 29. Ford, P. Yates, I. Williams, M. (2010). ‘An analysis of practice activities and instructional behaviours used by youth soccer coaches during practice: Exploring the link between science and application’, Journal of Sport Sciences, 28(5): 483–95. Harvey, S. Cushion, C. Cope, E. Muir, B. (2013). A season long investigation into coaching behaviours as a function of practice state: the case of three collegiate coaches. Sports Coaching Review Lancaster, S. (2011). Developing chefs and not cooks: How to become a coach that innovates, not a coach who follows. International Rugby Coaching, 2, (2), 1-3. Muir, B. (2012). Using video and the coaching practice planning and reflective framework to facilitate high performance coaches development. In UK Sport World Class Performance Conference. Conference Presentation, Leeds, 26–28 November. Muir, B., Morgan, G., Abraham, A., and Morley, D. (2011a). Developmentally appropriate approaches to coaching children. In. I. Stafford (Eds), Coaching children in sport. Routledge: London. Muir, B. Morgan, G. Abraham, A. (2011b). Player learning: Implications for Structuring Practice Activities and Coach Behaviour. Football Association, London. Wulf, G. (2013). Attentional focus and motor learning: a review of 15 years. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 6 (1), 77 - 104.

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