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Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course Code
KINE 2475
Professor
Dave Chambers

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5/26/2013 12:08:00 PM
Part D: Periodization Designing a Program
Periodization is the systematic division of the training year into the specific
phases to develop the athlete to perform at their peak for the main
competition of the year
Purpose: to develop optimal sport form; optimal state of preparation
3 phases of sport form:
acquisition
retention and stabilization
temporary loss
manipulate volume and intensity of work
Preparation Period (“off season”)
Goal is to raise their conditioning to the highest level possible
Develop a fitness assessment profile to measure strength, power,
flexibility, muscular endurance, agility, fat %, cardio endurance
General base for higher intensity work;
o volume high intensity low
o Aerobic and strength development
o Build flexibility
o Mental training
o Nutrition education
o 4-8 weeks
Specific
o Training load ^
o Intensity ^
o Volume ^ slightly
o Specific strength, power
o Anaerobic training
o Continue aerobic
o Technical skills
o Flexibility training
o Continue mental skills
o 4-8 weeks
Competitive Period
Goal: improve or maintain conditioning level achieved in
preparation period
Flexibility should be done daily
Strength and power workouts at least once a week
Pre (training camp)
o Train all 3 energy systems
o Volume remains high
o Tactical work introduced
o ^ number of high intensity workouts
o sport specific
o technical skill
o non-league competitions
o competition specific
o mental training
o important: watch over training still in building phase
o 2-4 weeks
Main
o Competition (league & meets)
o Manage fitness
o Stress strategy and tactics
o Mental training strategies
o Compete under stress
o High intensity decreased volume
Tapering (change workout to peak at the right time)
o Reduce workload preceding key competitions
o 10 days-3 weeks
o mental skills training
o can be 3 peaks: physical, technical, tactical, psychological
o Unloading
o Pre-competition strategies
Transition period
Time away from formal training
Time to recuperate
Physical
Technical
Tactical
Psychological
Recovering from stress of competing, injuries, etc
Non sport specific training

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5/26/2013 12:08:00 PM Part D: Periodization – Designing a Program Periodization is the systematic division of the training year into the specific phases to develop the athlete to perform at their peak for the main competition of the year Purpose: to develop optimal sport form; optimal state of preparation 3 phases of sport form:  acquisition  retention and stabilization  temporary loss manipulate volume and intensity of work Preparation Period (“off season”)  Goal is to raise their conditioning to the highest level possible  Develop a fitness assessment profile to measure strength, power, flexibility, muscular endurance, agility, fat %, cardio endurance  General – base for higher intensity work; o volume high – intensity low o Aerobic and strength development o Build flexibility o Mental training o Nutrition education o 4-8 weeks  Specific o Training load ^ o Intensity ^ o Volume ^ slightly o Specific strength, power o Anaerobic training o Continue aerobic o Technical skills o Flexibility training o Continue mental skills o 4-8 weeks Competitive Period  Goal: improve or maintain conditioning level achieved in preparation period  Flexibility s
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