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  1. sports coach UK Develop Your Coaching Workshop Planning and Periodisation Welcome Planning and Periodisation Slide 1

  2. Workshop Outcomes By the end of this workshop, you should: • identify the principal components of planning • be introduced to different planning models • recognise the information that is needed to develop high-quality plans • be able to identify and set goals for performers • be able to begin the process of developing annual and session plans • monitor and evaluate training and competitive programmes. Planning and Periodisation Slide 2

  3. Questions • What are the differences between these plans? • Can you see any links between them? • Do you know how to write all of these plans? Planning and Periodisation Slide 3

  4. The Process of Planning The present situation… Deciding where you want to be… Knowing when/if you have arrived… Working out how to get there… Planning and Periodisation Slide 4

  5. The Process of Planning The present situation… Taking stock Deciding where you want to be… Goal setting Knowing when/if you have arrived… Monitoring and evaluation Working out how to get there… Planning Planning and Periodisation Slide 5

  6. What You Need to Know About :The Performer • Age and ability • Stage of development • Aspirations • Strengths and weaknesses • Level of motivation and commitment • Time availability from work, school etc Planning and Periodisation Slide 6

  7. What You Need to Know About:The Sport • Tactical requirements • Technical skills • Mental demands • Physical demands • Competitive structure (annual, quadrennial, all year) • The other athletes (the level of the opposition) Planning and Periodisation Slide 7

  8. Principles of Goal Setting Goals should be: Specific Measurable Agreed Realistic Time-phased Exciting Recorded Planning and Periodisation Slide 8

  9. Types of Goal • Process - goal focuses on what to do in order to achieve outcome or performance goals • Outcome - goal focuses on the result compared with others (eg placement, ranking) • Performance - goal focuses on the quality of the performance or an aspect of performance Planning and Periodisation Slide 9

  10. Planning Terminology • Periodisation • Phases – four phases in sequence: • Preparation • Specific preparation, pre-comp • Competition • Recovery/rest • Single/double/triple periodisation • Testing • Volume • Intensity Planning and Periodisation Slide 10

  11. Training Phases • Macrocycle • includes all four phases – 1–4 macrocycles in a year, depending on the sport • Mesocycle • one period of time within either a training, pre-comp, competition or recovery phase within a macrocycle • Microcycle • usually a 2-7-day period within a mesocycle Planning and Periodisation Slide 11

  12. The Session Plan: • is the most detailed part of planning – of the training content for one session • is itself comprised of several training units. • Several session plans meet the goals for the microcycle and, therefore, for the mesocycle and then the macrocyle. Planning and Periodisation Slide 12

  13. Workshop Outcomes By the end of this workshop, you should: • identify the principal components of planning • be introduced to different planning models • recognise the information that is needed to develop high-quality plans • be able to identify and set goals for performers • be able to begin the process of developing annual and session plans • monitor and evaluate training and competitive programmes. Planning and Periodisation Slide 13

  14. Planning and Periodisation Develop Your Coaching Workshops Analyse Your Coaching Coaching Children and Young People Coaching Disabled Performers Coaching Methods and Communication Equity in Your Coaching Fitness and Training Fuelling Performers Improving Practices and Skill Motivation and Mental Toughness Safeguarding and Protecting Children Where Next? Performance Profiling Coaching the Young Developmental Performer (coming soon) For more information on all these workshops, visit www.sportscoachuk.org Planning and Periodisation Slide 14

  15. Thank you. Have a safe journey home. Planning and Periodisation Slide 15