Strength training, Coordination and Anatomy of Agility ONLINE

Strength Training, Coordination and Anatomy of Agility, how to use the books

Introduction
This course is divided in 5 different modules. It is completely online. It is strongly recommended to read both books, "Strenth Training and Coordination, an integrative approach" and "The Anatomy of Agility" before starting the course. The course aims at and high level and having read the books is a prerequisite for a successful learning project.
If you want you can order them at 2010 Publishers or at HMMR Media

For
Sports professionals, Trainers, Physiotherapists in Sports and Rehabilitation

Study Load
This course contains 5 different modules. Each module has approximately 3,5 hours in watching videos of presentations. For preparation you prepare a case from your daily practice, watch the videos, read relevant chapters from the books and formulate questions for the Q&A on the start of the live sessions. During the live sessions you work in groups on assignments in templates which you upload on the digital platform. In the period between the sessions you continue working with your group on the assignment. Before the next live session, you’ll upload the assignment and will receive feedback from the teachers. The last session you will prepare an individual assignment and receive feedback.

Preparation, reading, preparing a case 4 hours each module
Watching the presentations and preparing questions   5 hours each module
Live session, Q&A and assignments 6 hours each module
Working on the assignment in between sessions 4 hours each module
Per Module: 19 hours, 95 hours of Study Load in total  








Learning outcomes

After this course the participant understands the key concepts of Strength Training and coordination and is able to do a movement analysis in sports and rehabilitation and is able to construct exercises for training.

More specific:
- Understand the Constraint Led Approach and transfer this Knowledge into Exercises and training
   settings;
- Understands the mechanisms of specificity and transfer of training;Understands how feedback works and can
   organize training and rehabilitation in such a way that Represenative Design in exercises and the
   learning process is guaranteed;
- Understands Self Organization and its effects from intramuscular processes to muscle cooperation to bigger 
   components of movement to total contextual patterns;
-  Understand deep rules of motor control and knows how to determine these in movement analysis;
-  Understands the Search Rules for Attractors and how to apply these in movement analysis;
-  Has knowledge of all the systems involved in Motor Control, Feedback and Intrinsic Learning,   
   and how to apply these in rehabilitation and training;
- Has knowledge about Phase Transitions and knows how to use these in rehabilitation and training in order to
   accelerate the learning process;
- Knows about Hierarchy in Attractors and how to determine these in movement analysis;
- Shows how all the knowledge in this course is presented in training or rehabilitation in the Running Cycle.

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Program

Module 1 (decentral control and self organization)
Preparation
In preparation for module 1 (videos available from 7 days before online sessions for module 1)
1) Watch the following video’s (as often as you like) Total duration of the videos approx. 4 hrs
2) Prepare questions for a Q&A on topics from the videos and the relevant chapters from the books
There will be a Q&A at the start of the online day where your questions will be answered.
(anything you want to be explained once more, any questions on practical application you
encountered after the theory course, any question about topics that the theory course maybe missed out on)
3) Start gathering material (videos back ground information etc.) if you want to do a work on a case study of your own interest. The case study can be used in the breakout rooms when filling the templates

Videos (3,5 hours)

  • Constraing Led Approach (4)
  • Self organization (4)

Online course-day 1
During the 6-hour online session there will be:

  • class room meetings with Q&A on the topics from the videos and the relevant book chapters
  • break out room with groups of 4-5 participants, to work on case studies, templates and questions.

Topics

  • CLA constraints
  • Context related variability
  • Brain central control
  • Context related variability
  • Degrees of freedom
  • Shear forces
  • Force sharing
  • Preflexes

After the online day you can work more on the templates. You have 1 week before you need to upload them for feedback. Arrange Zoom meetings with you other members of your breakout group the further discuss the cases and answer the questions from the templates. Also put ‘logistics’ in place to share the work, like a shared dropbox folder and appoint one administrator who keeps everything organized and eventually uploads the files.

Module 2 (deep rules of Motor Control and Search rules)
Preparation (see module 1)
Videos (3,5 hours)

  • Deep rules of Motor Control (4)
  • Search rules (1)

Online course day 2 (see module 1)
Topics

  • Minimum jerk / minimum torque change / minimum control
  • Preflexes
  • Search rules for attractors 1-2-3-4-5-6-7

Module 3 (Motor Learning and Sports settings)
Preparation (see module 1)
Videos (3,5 hours)

  • Feedback (3)
  • Intrinsic Learning (2)

Online course day 3 (see module 1)
Topics

  • Specificity
  • Focus
  • Feedback
  • Toolbox of intrinsic learning

Module 4 (Phase transitions and road map)
Preparation (see module 1)
Videos (3,5 hours)

  • Phase transitions (4)
  • Road map (3)

Online course day 4 (see module 1)
Topics

  • Active and passive attractors
  • Phase transitions and stability
  • Low and high intensity movement

Module 5 (hierarchy and running analysis)
Preparation (see module 1)
Videos (3,5 hours)

  • Hierarchy (3)
  • Running (3)

Online course day 5 (see module 1)
Topics:

  • Anatomy and self-stabilization
  • Hierarchy amongst attractors
  • Running cycle
  • Active and passive attractors in running

Assessment
All assignments you make are uploaded to the digital platform one week before the online course day. The first four assignments are in a group of 4-5 participants. The last assignment is individual. On the online course day all assignments will be checked and provided with feedback by the teachers. On the course day you can ask questions about it.



The Books



Check out the latest Podcast with Frans Bosch!

Duration
5 modules with online study, 5 live courses with Q&A and working on assignments

Dates Live meetings:
Saturday's April 17, May 1, May 15, May 29, June 12

For

Physiotherapists in sports, Coaches or Sports professionals

Preparation
The Books Strength Training and Coordination and Anatomy of Agility

Professors
Frans Bosch, Teacher and Author of the Books: Strength Training and Coordination, an integrative approach and The Anatomy of Agility.
Teun Thomassen MSc, Athletic Development Coach of the Dutch Olympic Committee and teacher in practical courses of Strength Training and Coordination.

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Investment
€ 1350,00 ($ 1604,00) included acces to electronic platform with video's and presentations, live meetings and feedback on assignments

Participants

Max 30

Download an overview of the program in Spring 2021 here

Event Properties

Event Date 17-04-2021
Event End Date 12-06-2021
Capacity 30
Cut off date 17-04-2021
Individual Price €1.350,00