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Science of Training Young Athletes Part 2, フロリダ大学(University of Florida)



In this course you will learn how to design the type of training that takes advantage of the plastic nature of the athlete’s body so you mold the right phenotype for a sport. We explore ways the muscular system can be designed to generate higher force and power and the type of training needed to mold the athlete's physical capacity so it meets the energy and biochemical demands of the sport. We also examine the cost of plasticity when it is carried beyond the ability of the body to adjust itself to meet the imposed training stresses. The cost of overextending plasticity comes in the form injuries and chronic fatigue. In essence, a coach can push the athlete’s body too far and it can fail. Upon completion of this course you will be able to assemble a scientifically sound annual training plan....


by SG

Apr 09, 2017

Follows on exactly where part 1 left off. Superbly relevant for any coach and some great information and knowledge to keep with you throughout your career.

by SK

Mar 06, 2018

This course gives a basic understanding of how to train the athletes in a right approach without overlaoding and injury



by Bill Novak

May 20, 2019

Excellent Course!

by Jeanne Jones

Mar 17, 2018

These courses are tough, but definitely worthwhile. I enjoyed both of them.

by S V Karthikeyan

Mar 06, 2018

This course gives a basic understanding of how to train the athletes in a right approach without overlaoding and injury

by Giovanni W Antonietta

Dec 08, 2017

Just awesome course...straight to the point... easy to understand.

by Leonardo Bulić

Sep 08, 2017

The very very good course. The great teacher. Bravo

by Alvaro Gonzalez Miranda

Aug 31, 2017

Again as it was the first edition, this second part of The Sciene of Training Young Athletes has been amazing. A must-know knowledge for every coach in every sport. This second edition is even more specific and focus on practical training issues. Doubtless I will repeat any new edition. It would be very interesting a lesson-module focus on nutritional aspects and advices! Thanks a lot for such a wonderful organization.

by Lazaros Filippidis

Aug 02, 2017

The course is very informative - what I wanted was to gain a basic understanding of coaching/training so as to better understand the details of exercising. Instead of looking on various sources on internet with questionable reliability I chose to complete this course. I have also completed Part 1 which I highly recommend.

by Hazem Hussein

Jul 30, 2017

great course!

by Deepak Nayak

Jul 27, 2017

It was a great pleasure to do the first course and even greater pleasure to do the second one. The first course helped me a lot when I went for my B license in Football. I hope there is a third course as well. More insights from other experts and athletes would probably make the course more interesting, I guess. This is one of the best courses I have taken in my career. Thanks a lot.

by Luca Malvassori

Jul 18, 2017

Great course, full of important and interesting insights very usefull for coaches who want keep update.