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1 Training Matters: Developing and Implementing a Mental & Team Toughness Training Program to Build a Championship-Level Team Mick Haley, USC Head Coach Mike Voight, Ph.D., USC Team Consultant

2 Periodization Plan Cycles Team, Leadership, Mental Toughness Periodization Plan: General Phases Phase/Dates Cycle Off-seasonMacrocyle IJanuary - July General Preparation Mesocycle I January - February Specific Preparation Mesocycle II March - April Transition-General Prep Mesocycle III May – July Pre-season-Competition Macrocycle IIAugust-November Pre-season Training/Matches Mesocycle IV August - September Competition (PAC 12 = 2 rounds) Mesocycle V October – November Post-seasonMacrocycle IIIDecember Unloading/Competition Mesocycle VI December (NCAA Rounds 1-2) Unloading/Competition (Regionals) Mesocycle VII December Unloading/Competition (Final 4) Mesocycle VIII December

3 USC Performance Team

4 Performance Team (PET) * Members * Meetings throughout the year * Goals[who can you include??] Head Coach Coaching Staff Data Volley/Stats and Video Editing Sport Psychology-Team Consultant Biomechanist & staff [** next workshop**] Sports Medicine Strength-Conditioning-Agility Coach Nutritionist Academic Advisor Marketing Administration Guest speakers

5 Pictures from Kendall F, McCreary E, Provance P: Muscles Testing and Function, 4 th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, Note: that the Rectus Abdominis has limited contact points whereas the Obliques act as a girdle around the whole trunk. Note: a Neutral Pelvis position is independent of the trunk position in space Firing the Obliques Stabilizes the Trunk in Any Position

6 Planks Goal: stabilize trunk using abdominal muscles align shoulders hips and ankles Strengthen muscles controlling shoulder and shoulder girdle Progression: Start face down with weight on forearms Lift body off ground into plank position ( avoid sagging in the middle) push forward into ground with forearms allow shoulder blade to move around ribs Modifications: Side Planks one forearm Lift hips off ground Align shoulder, hip, and ankles side: maintain shoulder blade position avoid hunching shoulders toward head) Compare and Contrast: Align ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, ear Watch sagging of waist area Planks: Trunk Planks Stabilize trunk ( be a plank) by using abdominal muscles on side align shoulders hips and ankles Coaching Cues Front Plank Side Plank Abs On? Aligned? Check side abdominal muscles on sides above hip bone Are they on? If abs on, muscle feels hard If abs are off, area feels mushy Feel the difference in arm and leg speed when abdominals are off vs. on Keep elbow under shoulder

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8 USC Volleyball Periodization Plan: Cycles I & 2 (team, leadership, mental toughness) Off-season Training * priorities = What are the priorities for your team? * activities = What activities do you/have you used to practice/improve upon these priority points? - past season debriefing (what worked/did not work) - lessons learned from last season - what do we want to bring with us? Leave behind? - senior exit interviews - ID current team strengths/dynamics (needs assessment) - individual player assessments for spring (individuals) - team brainstorming for spring season - leadership assessments (individual, team, peer) - leadership apprenticeship period - team brainstorming for summer-fall season - pre-season preparation & Traditions * PET Collaboration

9 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 3 Summer Training * priorities [your applications?] * activities - commit to summer training - conditioning/weight training on campus/at home - adherence to conditioning program - playing on the beach; US National camp participation - contact with teammates (facebook page) - work at summer volleyball camps - captains prepare summer mailings to new players - big sisters connect with their little sisters - summer reading - lessons learned from spring seasonwhat to work to improve this summer (mental toughness, game, leadership, …)

10 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 4 Pre-season Training/Matches * priorities [your applications?] * activities * Team Building activities = – social cohesion activities (scavenger hunts, ropes course,...) - team dinners; movie nights; night on the town; camping, team trivia, … -- task cohesion activities (on court relationships, meetings) ** - team squares - standards/accountability meetings - quality practice/mental training sessions - match preparations [game-execution-coping routines] * individual and team - captain-leadership training/follow=-ups - team Buttons PET Collaboration Drama management [lessons learned/opportunities] Confidence Enhancement Progress Points from pre-season matches into conference

11 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 5 1st round of PAC 10 Matches * priorities [your applications?] * activities - Lessons learned from Pre-Season Matches - Standard/accountability meeting (2) - Game preparation-execution-coping routines - individual and team - Match Evaluation Form - Goal Progress - STATS & STAT Psychology (Mick & Jonathan Scott) - Drama management (if necessary) - Leadership preparation

12 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 5 2nd round of PAC 10 Matches * priorities [your applications?] * activities - Lessons Learned from First round - Standard/Accountability meeting (s) - STAT Psychology (continued) - Match Evaluation Form - Game preparation-Execution-Coping Routines (team & individual) - Drama management (if necessary) - Leadership preparation

13 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 6 Post-season 1: NCAA 1st & 2nd Round Matches * priorities [your applications?] * activities - Lessons Learned from Conference Play - NCAA tournament Preparation protocols - team talk skills & strategies - Leadership preparation - Standard setting

14 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 7 Post-season 2: NCAA Regionals * priorities [your applications?] * activities - team squares/motivation- focus - NCAA regional preparation protocols - Current strengths - Lessons Learned from Rounds Leadership preparation - Standard setting

15 Periodization plan (continued): Cycle 8 Post-season 3: Final 4 * priorities [your applications?] * activities - Standard setting - team squares/motivation & focus - our 7 th player - Lessons Learned from Regionals - Individual Contributions - Leadership Preparation - Celebrate our Successes!

16 Brainstorm 1: Your Periodization Cycles * Depending upon your situation, brainstorm your most likely cycles & List them here I.____________________________________ II.____________________________________ III.____________________________________ IV.____________________________________ V.____________________________________ VI.____________________________________ VII.____________________________________ VIII.____________________________________

17 Brainstorm 2: Your Periodization Cycles * What will each cycles PRIORITIES be? Specific ACTIVITIES? List them here I.____________________________________ II.____________________________________ III.____________________________________ IV.____________________________________ V.____________________________________ VI.____________________________________ VII.____________________________________ VIII.____________________________________

18 Cycle I. Off-Season: Senior Exit Interviews

19 Cycle I. Off-Season: Captain Interviews

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24 Cycle 2: Off-Season: Assessment

25 Cycle 2-Off-Season: Team Standards


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