Load Management: Train Smarter and Harder
Tim Gabbett holds a PhD in Human Physiology (2000) and has completed a second PhD in the Applied Science of Professional Football (2011), with special reference to physical demands, injury prevention, and skill acquisition. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles and has presented at over 200 national and international conferences.
Tim is committed to performing world-leading research that can be applied in the ‘real world’ to benefit high performance coaches, physiotherapists, and athletes. This course is your opportunity to learn with someone that worked with elite international athletes over several Commonwealth Games (2002 and 2006) and Olympic Games (2000, 2004, and 2008) cycles and that continues to work as a sport science and coaching consultant for several high performance teams around the world.
This two-day workshop bridges the gap between theory and practice. Participants will gain experience monitoring training loads, designing session and weekly training plans, and providing training programs to meet the individual needs of athletes and patients. The workshop is presented in a small group setting, promoting interaction and discussion amongst participants, and allowing ample time for Q&A. Whether you are an experienced practitionersimply want to gain some practical ideas to implement in your clinic, this workshop will help you to "build a training program the ground up"!
Part 1: A best practice approach to training monitoring: load is not the problem – It’s the load that you are prepared for…
1.1 Acute and chronic workloads, acute:chronic workload ratio;
1.2 Training monitoring to manage injury risk;
1.3 Returning to training following injury and off-season break.
Part 2: Monitoring training loads for injury prevention and performance: should we be training smarter and harder?
2.1 Training-performance relationship;
2.2 Training load and injury;
2.3 Is training really the problem?
2.4 What really happens when we train harder?
Part 3: What Are We Training For?
3.1 Demands of “The Game”;
3.2 What is “Worst Case Scenario”?
3.3 Physical demands of collision sports;
3.4 “Worst Case, Worst Case scenarios…”;
3.5 The “Arm Wrestle”.
Part 4: High Performance Communication: Coach, Strength & Conditioning, and Physiotherapy Relationships…
4.1 Some Case Studies;
4.2 Return to train, play, and “compete” plans.
Part 5: Building robust athletes
5.1 The value of a “Good Pre-Season”;
5.2 Factors that protect against “spikes” in workload;
5.3 How to interpret workload monitoring data;
5.4 Working together.
Know more in https://gabbettperformance.com.au