In this course you will learn how to design the type of training that takes advantage of the plastic nature of the athlete’s body so you mold the right phenotype for a sport. We explore ways the muscular system can be designed to generate higher force and power and the type of training needed to mold the athlete's physical capacity so it meets the energy and biochemical demands of the sport.
Science of Training Young Athletes Part 2University of Florida
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University of Florida
The University of Florida (UF) is recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in academic excellence, both on campus and online. Ranked in the top 10 of Public Universities, the University of Florida is the state’s oldest university and has a long established tradition of academic excellence.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SCIENCE OF TRAINING YOUNG ATHLETES PART 2
This course was fantastic! It was extremely comprehensive and covered so many areas of sports performance and coaching that I was not expecting it to. Thank you Dr Brooks!
I gained confidence after completing this course. Its important to know and understand the science behind teaching young athletes by a coach. Invaluable insights.
Follows on exactly where part 1 left off. Superbly relevant for any coach and some great information and knowledge to keep with you throughout your career.
Fantastic course. A must for anybody training athletes or young athletes. Looking forward to more such educational content. Thank you!
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