1 2015 World Archery Coaching Seminar Fuengirola, Spain 30 September 4 October 2015
2 Training preparation, planning & organization for Archery. Planning a season, period or cycle of training to get the best performance of the archers Juan Carlos HOLGADO
3 Planning the training? It is worth the effort? Do I know enough? How to start? It is really working? Do I have the time? Should I ask for help?
4 Planning the Training The purpose of a Training Plan is to identify the work to be carried out to achieve agreed objectives. Training Plans should be drawn up to identify long term objectives (4 years) as well as short term goals for the forth coming season.
5 Information Gathering I Getting background information about the athlete: Personal details: Objectives: Performances: Technical: Experience: Personal best (PB's) Equipment: Name, address, date of birth, telephone numbers, transport arrangements Long, Medium and Short (athletes goals) Scores, best results athletes form (athlete s own evaluation) Competition experience (club, county, national, country indoor, outdoor, etc.. status in quality and quantity
6 Information Gathering II Finances: Competition Calendar: Competitors: Where can grants be obtained when needed? Dates and requirements to qualify Opponents Competition Time available for training: weekly calendar & Planned holidays Medical: Previous injuries or illness, Current problems (diabetes, asthma etc.) Access to medical Physiotherapy support On any medication - is it a banned substance? Training facilities: Indoor and Outdoor facilities for shooting, gym & weight training, swimming pool, etc Last season: What can be learnt from last season + & - aspects SWOT Analyse
7 Analysis of previous program = SWOT If it is not the first program for the athlete, then is important to conduct a SWOT analysis of the last training program: Strengths What were the best aspects of the program and why? What was done well and why? Weaknesses Are there gaps in the program? What was not done well and why? Opportunities How can we enhance the program to the benefit of the athlete? Threats What may prevent us achieving the short and long term objectives?
8 KEY questions.for the athlete How good do you want to be? How serious are you about your Archery? What do expect from your coach-es?
9 Archer s skills evaluation Archers Skills: Technique-Form: SWOT Physical: Tests / General & Specific condition Strength Endurance Balance / coordination ocular-manual Mental: attitude & personality tests Equipment status: quality equipment & Tuning (basic vs Fine tuning)
10 From the archer or other coaches
11 Setting GOALS TRAINING PLAN Goal Settings is a simple motivational technique that can provide some structure for your training and competition program. Goals give a focus, goals provide motivation. There are two well known acronyms to guide goal setting: SMART or SMARTER SCCAMP
12 SMART or SMARTER S - goals must be Specific M - should be Measurable A - goals should be Adjustable R - goals must be Realistic T - should be Time based E - goals should be challenging & Exciting R - goals should be Recorded
13 SCCAMP S - goals must be Specific C - within the Control of the athlete C - goals are Challenging A - goals must be Achievable M - should be Measurable P - goals are Personal
14 Analysing Archers profile-skills 1) Define parts of the archer s form that are adequate-correct (at least 3 clear ones) 2) Define these parts that need improvement (max 3 of them) 3) Set up priorities or parts to correct and its impact in archer s form-performance. 4) Meet and discuss with the archer to: Agree in terminology and ways to see the shooting style (what a good release is, what a good bow hand is, what a good expansion is ) Agree in the goals to set Define time to correct weak areas in shooting form.
15 Athletes skills-form evaluation Skills - aspects in shooting form Stand body position Bow hand - Grip String hand-hook Bow raising Pre-draw draw Full draw Facial references String alignment Expansion (direction) Timing of shooting Release (smoothness speed) Follow through poor ok good Very good Self-Evaluation of archer s technique by their own feeling. Show some videos of the archer shooting Ask the Archer to re-check its self-evaluation. It HAS CHANGED!
16 Operational Aspect Development of Time Abilities-skills versus available The coach should know the abilities-skills to develop in various areas and the processes - exercises to teach them. (Technician & Teacher) Season Availability (Time Administrator) Develop & implement a Training Plan
17 The Skeleton of the Training Plan 1) Define with the archer the main Performance Goal of the season. 2) Define sub-goals (in increase of difficulty). When all sub-goals will be reached, it means that the archer is ready to achieve the main performance goal of the season. 3) Define periods or Meso-cycles with days-number of weeks outlining the main goal per period (Meso-cycles)
18 The Skeleton of the Training Plan 4) Take a calendar of the year (starting from current month) and define with the archer the main competition-s to reach the performance goals defined (end of the season). 4) From there go backwards and locate other competitions or tests needed to progress to the main performance goal.
19 The Periodization - I Periodization is the systematic planning of an athlete or group of athletes in the skills involved in their sport. The aim is to reach the best possible performance in the most important competition of the period. It involves progressive cycling of various aspects of a training program during a specific period... Or Is the method of organizing the training period into phases. Each phase has its specific aims for the development of the athlete.
20 - CYCLE CYCLE is a period of time between the main event of an athlete s carrier. Could be a 4 years cycle (Olympic Games), or 2 years Cycle between World Championships MACRO-CYCLE is the annual plan that works towards peaking for the goal competition of the year. There are different phases-periods in the MACRO-CYCLE. These are called the MESO-CYCLES: Pre-season Specific preparation Preparation for competition Performance Recovering or transition
21 The Periodization - II This assumes that competition climax will be one period per year. But What if there is an indoor and an outdoor season in the same year? Athlete with objectives for both (indoor & outdoor) have a need to prepare 2 macro-cycles (2 years in 1) This assumes that the climax of the indoor season could be in February and the outdoor season in August-Sept. Depending on the athlete's objectives and abilities (age, experience, years in the sport, maturity, etc..) start and duration of each phase (Macro-Cycle) may have to be adjusted to achieve appropriate development.
22 The Periodization - III Preseason Specific Preparation Competition Preparation Performance Re cov eryrest One Season- 1 Macrocycle (entire outdoor) Two Seasons - 2 Macrocycles (Indoor & outdoor)
23 Required information: How much? How often? What? Maximal weekly availability For instance up to 30 hours / week Most available days Workload variation, for instance: light and short total workload on Monday, 1 session Medium workload in 2 sessions on Tuesday intense and long workload on Wednesday and Friday, in 2 sessions Test or tournament on Saturday or Sunday (1 or 2 sessions) Choice of disciplines for generic training To combine as much developments as possible For instance flexibility, breathing control and concentration through Yoga, or strength with TRX, etc
25 Annual Calendar
26 Weekly Schedule The Time available for practice (never forget to allow-built some personal time)
28 The objectives of each Meso-Cycle could be as follows : 1) PRE-SEASON TRAINING PLAN Objectives per Period / Meso-Cycles goals a) PHY: Improve General development of strength, mobility, endurance b) TEC: Improve basic Technique time for changes. Improve weaknesses c) MEN: Acquire basic a General mental skills-tools d) EQU: Test new items - Basic Tuning
30 2) SPECIFIC PREPARATION TRAINING PLAN Objectives per Period / Meso-Cycles goals a) PHY: Development of specific fitness (Spec Strength, Spec Endurance..) b) TEC: Assimilate technical changes ( Mechanizationrepetition) c) MEN: Use and adapt mental tools to practice. Get good habits! d) EQU: Decide on new items - Basic Tuning
31 Objectives per Period / Meso-Cycles goals 3) PREPARATION FOR COMPETITION a) PHY: Maintenance of specific fitness skills b) TEC: Focus and consolidate the Strong parts of the Form (Confidence) Working in competition mood-mode. Competition experiences. In practice, MAKE IT Happen in competition, LET IT Happen c) MEN: Manage Stress, expectations, emotions fine tuning of mental skills and tools. To use in training and competition d) EQU: Fine Tuning
32 In training, MAKE IT Happen in competition, LET IT Happen Make your practice hard and challenging.make it easy in competition
33 4) PERFORMANCE PERIOD TRAINING PLAN Objectives per Period / Meso-Cycles goals a) PHY: Maintenance of general condition recovery sessions b) TEC: Focus on good and smooth-basic shots (Confidence & Decision) In competition, LET IT Happen c) MEN: Manage expectations and competition results (success-failures) Focus on Actions, Solutions, in what can be Controlled, in the Present d) EQU: Fine Tuning and proper maintenance.
34 5) RECOVERY REST - Active recovery TRAINING PLAN Objectives per Period / Meso-Cycles goals - Analyze / Evaluate the current season - Feedback of the archer and team of coaches - Planning preparation for next season
38 Planning tips How to start with Micro-Cycles Ratio Archery / other developments Minimum of 45% - Maximum of 80% of archery Training steps Divide the Meso-cycles into steps. Have one main development by step. Lets start with Weekly organization of the training (Mycro- Cycle), defining a goal per week. The success to achieve the weekly goals will end in achieving the Meso-Cycle Goals. For this we need to learn more about the TRAINING PRINCIPLES
39 TRAINING PRINCIPLES Training Principles The 8 Key Sports Training Principles are: 1.- The Balance Principle is a broadly applied principle that concerns achieving the right proportions of training activities. 2.- The Individualization Principle dictates that sports training should be adjusted according to each athlete's characteristics and needs, such as age, gender, rate of progress and previous experience
40 3.- Overload Principle is a basic sports fitness training concept. It means that in order to improve, athletes must continually work harder as their bodies adjust to existing workouts. Overloading also plays a role in skill learning. Tips: TRAINING PRINCIPLES Training Principles Increase loads gradually and progressively. Test maximums. Through testing, the intensity of training loads can be controlled and monitored. Avoid muscular failure. Allow ample recovery time. Alternate activities. Coordinate all training activities and schedules.
41 Training Principles 4.- The Recovery Principle dictates that athletes need adequate time to recuperate from training and competition. Athlete's ability to recover from a training session is just as important as the training session itself. 5.- The Reversibility Principle dictates that athletes lose the beneficial effects of training when they stop working out. In short, If you don't use it, you lose it 6.- The Specificity Principle dictates how workout regimens change athletes' bodies to prepare for the demands of their sports.
42 7.- The Transfer Principle suggests that learning and performing one activity affects the performance of another related skills-activities. Correctly applying this principle saves valuable training time while accelerating results. 8.- The Variation Principle suggests that minor changes in training regimens produce more consistent gains in sport performance. Training programs for virtually every sport include variations in intensity, duration, volume, and other important aspects of practice.
43 Especially in archery this principle is important to help archers to keep their focus and motivated in long training sessions-periods
44 -Managing a Coaches Team It is very difficult that one coach knows all what is needed to bring an archer to its maximum potential and performance. This old approach is changing fast day by day Nowadays top athletes have a team of coaches to prepare them. So, you may end being the coordinator of all the areas and coaches working with your athlete-s.
45 -Managing a Coaches Team This means that you have to learn more from the other areas to understand better the work to be done, when, how and in what intensity.to coordinate all this preparation, keeping the proper balance or workload for your archer-s. This is a NEW role for many of our Top Archery Coaches.
46 -Managing a Coaches Team Communication and project management skills are needed, as well as acquiring a basic knowledge of each area or science involved. The Technical coach do not need to be an experts in all areas, just to understand the basic of them and assist other experts in the integration of their work with Archery!
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