Foundational Athletic Performance Methodology

The Science of Athletic Sports High Performance Training: How to Create and Manipulate Training for Peak Performance

This course is designed to teach the foundations of the science methodology of Athletic Performance. Course participants will learn the methodology of assessing and analysing the sport that an athlete is training for; how to assess and analyze the athlete biomechanical/CNS/RoF–wise in relationship to the requirements of their sport; how to use that information to achieve training efficiency (maximized sports-results with minimal expenditure of time and energy) by choosing the correct training methods, periodization schematics and appropriate load and modality usage. This course is comprehensive in its structure and will require the participant to do a significant amount of directed learning between each session.

Start Date: January 12, 2013
Duration: 13 Months.
Set-up: Meet monthly on the second weekend (Saturday & Sunday) of the month for 12 months. The 13th month is set aside for final evaluation. (Final evaluation will involve pairs of students in a two-hour time block presenting, discussing and answering questions for a 360/360 training plan for an athlete in a selected sport).
Saturday: (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

  1. Concept teaching.
  2. Application
  3. Case Analysis
  4. Discussion

Sunday: (8 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

  1. Concept Review.
  2. Practical: groups of 4 interactive; group presentation
  3. Discussion

Cost: $1,200 (Includes all course hand-out material. Participants are responsible for their own meals, transportation and accommodations)
Course Limit: 20 Participants. (As there are always many more than 20 applicants for each course, applicants will have to fill out a questionnaire inclusive of a paragraph as to the applicant’s reasons for applying for a learning spot).