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1 BC Ringette CI Planning a Practice Part B CI – Planning a Practice B- Liversidge

2 BC Ringette CI Recall Stages of Skill Development Initiation Acquisition Consolidation CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

3 BC Ringette CI Stages of Skill Development Initiation Acquisition Consolidation Relates to the LTAD CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

4 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz True / False 1.Muscles are arranged in pairs; one on each side of a limb. 2.Muscles work as they contract; decrease in length. 3.Muscle use oxygen as their main fuel. 4.Muscles can work indefinitely without oxygen. CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

5 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz True / False 5. A fit athlete will have a lower resting heart rate. 6. Athlete of any age will benefit from strength training 7. At birth ones “natural ability“ for “sprinting or distance” in largely determined. 8. A fit adult will lose up to 3 liters of water in one hour. CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

6 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz Concepts 1.Muscles are arranged in pairs; one on each side of a limb. True 2.Muscles work as they contract; decrease in length. True Concept: concentric and eccentric contractions CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

7 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz Concepts 3. Muscle use oxygen as their main fuel. False 4. Muscles can work indefinitely without oxygen. False Concept: Aerobic and Anaerobic energy systems pg CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

8 BC Ringette CI NEWSPAPER TIME CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

9 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz Concepts 3. Muscle use oxygen as their main fuel. False 4. Muscles can work indefinitely without oxygen. False Concept: Aerobic and Anaerobic energy systems pg file://localhost/Users/ianliversidge/Documents/BCAHA Current/Misc Resources/energy sys oh.doc CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

10 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz Concepts 5. A fit athlete will have a lower resting heart rate. True 6. Athlete of any age will benefit from strength training. True in context Concept: training of skill base / motor pathways a priority CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

11 BC Ringette CI Pre Quiz Concepts 7. At birth ones “natural ability“ for “sprinting or distance” in largely determined. Mostly True 8. A fit adult will lose up to 3 liters of water in one hour. True Concept: Muscle Fiber Type as it relates to aerobic / anaerobic capacities Hydration and “Electrolyte drinks” CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

12 BC Ringette CI Place these elements in the Growth and Developmental context of your team Reference Manual Pg ?? CI – Planning a Practice B - Liversidge

13 BC Ringette CI Task : Given the G and D for the age group you coach. What are program elements you can add to make the experience more compete. Ie training Team events Warm up Cool down Conditioning Nutrition….. CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversidge

14 BC Ringette CI Summary Sport training is affected by growth and development Age 12 marks the median for male puberty 10 for female Skill based training always has a place “physical / biochemical” training is most / only affective post puberty Practice rest to work ratios are the best indicator of “training affect” Time Based Practice Analysis.doc Time Based Practice Analysis.doc CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversidge

15 BC Ringette CI Remember Hard Data: NHL Height and Weight up since % of NHL player born in Jan – April Linear relationship between “Deliberate Practice” and success.. Ie hours CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversidge

16 BC Ringette CI Planning a Practice Part B CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversdgei


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