1 IAAF CECS Digital Development Center IAAF / EA Coach Management System Seminar Cologne / GER November 28 th 2017 Günter Lange
3 IAAF CECS Long-Term Goals to ensure that each country has sufficient competent coaches, qualified according to international standards to enable its athletics programmes to function as effectively as possible to ensure that each region, and in turn, each country, is eventually capable of educating its own coaches to the same international standards without dependence on outside resources.
4 IAAF CECS Structure (3 Levels) NEW Title Objective Key Competences 2016 Academy Coach Elite Coaching Performance Managing Steering the Process of Optimal Training III Senior Coach Performance Coaching Skills Coaching Elite Event Group Planning II Coach U 20 Intermediate Coaching Skills Technic Event Group Planning I Youth Coach U 16 Basic Coaching Skills ALL Events Technic / Teaching Kids' Athletics Activator Orientation to athletics Motivate 6-12 years Intro: Running; Jumping; Throwing Organise
5 IAAF CECS (NEW 2016) IAAF CECS (OLD) IAAF CECS (NEW 2016) DURATION (days) all on site DURATION (days) all on site DURATION (days) Blended Learning CECS Level I 10 CECS Level II 14 CECS Level I CECS Level III 14 CECS Level II 8 7 CECS Level IV 14 CECS Level III 8 7 TOTAL %
6 IAAF CECS (NEW 2016) Main objectives IAAF CECS Level I Able to teach / coach all (16) events. Target: basic training for youth categories U16. IAAF CECS Level II Able to coach the (5) Event Group Specialisation: SH; Throws; Jumps; MLD & RW; CE Target: build up training for U 20. IAAF CECS Level III Able to coach the (5) Event Group Elite: SH; Throws; Jumps; MLD & RW; CE Target: High Level performance.
7 Level II & III NEW Material Content (915 pages) I General Aspects of Athletics Training 1 Major Types of Motor Stress 1.1 Coordination 1.2 Flexibility 1.3 Strength 1.4 Speed 1.5 Endurance 2 Adaptation and Performance Capacity 2.1 Training and Load Organisation 2.2 Super-compensation and Overstraining 2.3 Overtraining Syndrome 2.4 Hierarchy and Brain Plasticity 2.5 The Brain as a Factor Limiting Performance 3 Training Control 3.1 Target Analysis Age or Training Levels and School Sport Factors Which Determine Performance General Conditions 3.2 Analysis of the Current Situation, and Test and Control Procedures 3.3 Training Planning Goal Setting Periodisation Phases Periodisation Models Sample Training Plans for Children s Athletics and Basic Training 3.4 Performance and Documentation of Training 4 Training Methods 4.1 Coordination Training 4.2 Flexibility Training 4.3 Strength Training 4.4 Speed Training 4.5 Endurance Training
8 Level II & III NEW Material Content (915 pages) General Aspects of Athletics Training 5 General Training Contents 5.1 Preparing for Exercise 5.2 Coordination: Forms of Games and Exercises Games and Skill Exercises Gymnastics and Climbing 5.3 Flexibility: Forms of Exercises 5.4 Strength: Forms of Games and Exercises Playful Strength Training in Children s Training and Basic Training Strength Exercises Using One s Own Body Weight Training with the Barbell or Dumbbell Machine-supported Strength Training Strength Training Against Partner Resistance Forms of Jumping Throws 5.5 Following up on Exercise 6 Bibliography Part I
9 Level II & III NEW Material Content (915 pages) II Event-specific Aspects of Athletics 1 Running 1.1 Common Features and Comparison of Running Disciplines 1.2 Sprint: Common Features and Comparison of Disciplines m Race m Race m Race x 100 m x 400 m and 100m Hurdles m Hurdles 1.10 Middle- and Long-Distance Running: Common Features of the Disciplines and 1500 m m Steeplechase m, 10,000 m, Marathon 1.14 Race Walking: 20 and 50 km 2 Jumping 2.1 Common Features and a Comparison of the Disciplines 2.2 Long Jump 2.3 Triple Jump 2.4 High Jump 2.5 Pole Vault 3 Throwing 3.1 Common Features and Comparison of Throwing Disciplines 3.2 Javelin Throw 3.3 Discus Throw 3.4 Shot Put 3.5 Hammer Throw 4 Combined Events Index
10 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Video Library TECHNICAL MODEL Knowledge of a technical model based on high-performance sport (variations included) is important when training with young athletes. Strüder H.K.et al: Leichtathletik 2016 p.57 E - Book: Photo Sequences (26) Hyperlink to VIDEO LIBRARY e.g. Water Jump Technique 2015 WYC (YOUTH) 2015 WC (SENIOR)
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13 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye Errors Causes Corrections Errors and their detection are always individual. Nevertheless, some errors can be identified which are particularly common or important for beginners. Strüder H.K.et al: Leichtathletik 2016 p.202 E book: Errors Causes Corrections (21) # E r r o r s C a u s e s C o r r e c t I o n s The athlete is looking toward the finish with his/her head thrown back. 1 Too low hips in the set position (e.g. at shoulder height). Athlete makes insufficient effort to raise his/her CG, since he/she has not yet experienced the benefits thereof. 2 In the set position, the athlete s Lack of strength in the fingers, arms, and shoulders. shoulders and CG are too far back or the support of his/her hands is Athlete makes insufficient effort to achieve a high and not high enough. forward shifted CG position, since he/she has not yet experienced the benefits thereof. Ability to The athlete should look between his/her hands. Repeated lifting of the hips into the set position and back (126). Experimenting with different set positions. Appropriate strength games and exercises: 31, 32, 35 38, and 53. Repeated lifting of the hips into the set position and back (126). Experimenting with different set positions. Analyse Technic & identify faults based on technical model 3 Otherwise inappropriate set Inappropriate block setting. line, approximately 50 to the ground; rear block position. Know / understand the cause of the technical fault Inappropriate narrow wide positioning of the hands. Select an correction Front block approximately 1½ feet away from the finish approximately 1 1½ feet further back, approximately 70 to the ground. Hands only slightly further apart than shoulder width.
14 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye Errors Causes Corrections m Race Double Word Records The Most Important Competition Rules Sport-Science Findings, Phase Structure and Technique Summary of the Most Important Technical Characteristics = Technique-Analysis Sheet Photo Sequences Strategy Didactics: Superordinate Long-term Objectives and General Methodology Training Contents: Forms of Games and Exercises Special Test and Control Procedures Errors Causes Corrections Training Planning Bibliography
16 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye Analyse Technic & identify faults based on technical model Know / understand the cause of the technical fault Select an appropriate correction Coaches Eye: Ability to
17 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye
18 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye (17) 1.) Sprints (100m & 400m) 2.) Crouch start (100m & 110/100m Hu) 3.) Hurdles (110/100 & 400m) 4.) Relays (4 x 100m & 4 x 400m) 5.) MLD 6.) Steeple chase Step On (2) 7.) Steeple chase Clearance (2) 8.) RW 9.) High jump 10.) Long jump (sail, hang, hitch kick) 11.) Triple jump 12.) Pole vault 13.) Shot put (linear) 14.) Shot put (rotational) 15.) Javelin 16.) Discus 17.) Hammer
19 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Coaches Eye (DEMO Version) IAAF Coaches' Eye https://coaches-eye.com/ce/index2.php IAAF CECS Level II Coaching Theory
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25 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Planning Microcycle Planning m Race Double Word Records The Most Important Competition Rules Sport-Science Findings, Phase Structure and Technique Summary of the Most Important Technical Characteristics = Technique-Analysis Sheet Photo Sequences Strategy Didactics: Superordinate Long-term Objectives and General Methodology Training Contents: Forms of Games and Exercises Special Test and Control Procedures Errors Causes Corrections Training Planning Bibliography
27 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Planning Microcycle Planning (20) Build-up training: sample microcyle for a 17 years old athlete in the 2 nd mesocycle Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Trunk stabilisation exercises and abdominal crunches (20 min) with a lot of dynamic variation Baton handovers (3 run-throughs) at submaximal sprinting speed ABCs of sprinting (10 15 run-throughs) emphasis: grasping/pulling Technique sprints (4 6 reps) e.g. sprints with additional tasks such as varied arm actions, alternating-pace sprints, with pre-set stride lengths, etc. Exchange training (30 min) as maximum sprinting-speed training; each athlete receives and passes the baton 3 times Foot strengthening (10 min) Acceleration runs (3 reps) barefoot ABCs of jumping (10 15 run-throughs) e.g. galloping sideways, ankle jumps, skipping with two-legged landing, skipping variations, etc. Bounding runs and/or rhythm jumps (6 8 run-throughs) Strength training (30 min) according to the pyramid principle: clean and snatch (the coach must continue to supervise the technique attentively) Game (20 min) e.g. basketball or handball Baton handovers (25 min) while sitting/standing, jogging, and sprinting at submaximal speed Training hurdling technique (30 min) especially using 3- and 4-stride rhythm over up to 3 hurdles, from the starting blocks I2 tempo runs (2 x 3 x 60 m); rest intervals: 2 3 min; intervals between sets: 10 min Continuous run (30 min) Contract-relax stretching (15 min) Two out of the following: Strength training for the trunk on apparatus and/or for the arms, Medicine-ball work, gymnastics, technique training for the throwing events, boxing, etc. (30 min each) e.g. goalkeeper throws, rotational throws, throws from a prone position, tossing, etc. using a medicine ball Tappings (8 x 5 sec) or frequency coordination (10 min), e.g. over foam blocks LI runs (6 x 80 m, rest intervals: 20 sec) ABCs of jumping (8 10 run-throughs) Practising the long-jump technique (40 min) medium run-up lengths, take-offs from the left and right leg, additional tasks: e.g. development of the running-in-the-air technique of long jumping Strength training (40 min) according to the pyramid principle or maximal-eccentrically: hamstrings, quadriceps, adductors, hip flexors and extensors Foot strengthening (10 min) in the sand Relay races around turning marks (with handovers from behind) Baton handovers (25 min) while sitting/standing, jogging, and sprinting at submaximal speed ABCs of sprinting (15-20 run-throughs) Acceleration runs (2 reps) I3 tempo runs (100, 150, 200, 180, 120, and 80 m; rest intervals: 3, 5, 7, 6, and 4 min) Contract-relax stretching (15 min) Warm-down jogging (10 diagonals on the lawn) Relay starts (3 x 30 m) against each other Rest On Saturdays before the tempo runs possibly also training the technique of one event of the quadrathlon or pentathlon Strüder H.K.et al: Leichtathletik 2016 p.263
32 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Bibliography m Race Double Word Records The Most Important Competition Rules Sport-Science Findings, Phase Structure and Technique Summary of the Most Important Technical Characteristics = Technique-Analysis Sheet Photo Sequences Strategy Didactics: Superordinate Long-term Objectives and General Methodology Training Contents: Forms of Games and Exercises Special Test and Control Procedures Errors Causes Corrections Training Planning Bibliography
33 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Bibliography (24) I General Aspects of Athletics Training 6 Part I II Event-specific Aspects of Athletics Running m Race m Race m Race x 100 m and 100m Hurdles m Hurdles Middle- and Long-Distance Running and 1500 m m Steeplechase m, 10,000 m, Marathon Race Walking: 20 and 50 km
34 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Bibliography (24) Jumping Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Throwing Javelin Throw Discus Throw Shot Put Hammer Throw Combined Events
35 Multiple interactive Hyperlinks Bibliography (24) II Event-specific Aspects of Athletics Running IAAF CECS Level II Coaching Theory
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