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1 Task Specificity in Testing and Training Max Velocity Curtis Taylor University of Oregon USFTCCCA Presentation 12/17/14

2 Definition of Task Specificity Performing, training or identifying SPECIFIC, (as opposed to GENERAL), details of a particular task

3 Maximum Velocity Will be assessed, for the purposes of this presentation, as the fastest 10, 20 or 30m segment in a particular race or test

4 Examples of Max Velocity Segments

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6 Max Velocity Calculation -Velocity in general is defined as the change in distance/change in time -In this case, Maximum Velocity = Stride Length (SL) x Stride Frequency (SF) of a particular segment -To be specific, both factors need to be broken down and assessed

7 Stride Length The distance covered from toe off on one leg to toe touchdown of the opposite leg during sprinting Has been proven to have a direct correlation to an athletes leg (trochanter) length

8 Stride Frequency In this case, is defined as the # of strides, or percentage of, that an athlete can complete (from toe touchdown to toe touchdown) per each 1 second interval

9 Types of Tests and Reasons OHB/UHF - General Power/as relates to muscular coordination SLJ Starting Strength/Power 3 x J- Acceleration Strength/Power 5 x J - Reactive power correlating with speed/frequency 10 x J - Power as relates to stride length/elasticity second run-tests for speed endurance 30m standing or block test-block clearance/acceleration capacities 30m Flying - Assessment of Maximum Velocity capabilities

10 Athlete Inventory Every Sprint Coach should know this to create a specific model for an individual athlete Stride Length (at Max/Peak V) Stride Frequency (at Max/Peak V) Trochanter Length

11 Trochanter Length Trochanter length is a necessary factor to be aware of to assess an athletes stride length as it SPECIFICALLY relates to him/her. The trochanter length is assessed/measured from the top of the greater trochanter to the ground in bare feet. It should be measured in centimeters.

12 Trochanter

13 Testing for Max Velocity Goals of Testing Overall time of the total segment Breaking down of the segments Max Segment SL SF

14 30m Fly Testing Standard testing with 30 meter run-in to 30 meters flying at top speed. If possible, BREAK UP INTO 10m SEGMENTS. Equipment Automatic Timing System Freelap Brower Film Capturing Device/System ipad, iphone, video camera Dartfish, Dartfish Express, Coaches Eye, etc.

15 Assessment From Video Add 30 fly video here

16 Desired Test Results Maximum Velocity (fastest 10m segment if possible) 30m or 10m/Time Stride Frequency # of strides timed from touchdown to touchdown (use 5) strides in or closest to the fastest segment Stride Length Max V/SF = SL

17 Comparison to Norms Stride Length (as per studies by Levtshenko, Tabatshnik, et. al) AT MAX V should be: 2.35 x Troch Length for Females 2.43 x Troch Length for Males Stride Frequency (as per various studies) should be strides/sec. Over is approaching maximal SF.

18 Example: Athlete A Test Results Female Sprinter, Troch Length.92 30m Fly Test = 3.15 Fastest 10m Segment: 1.04 SF = 5 stride of 1.02 for 6 touchdowns

19 Calculations of Test Results Max V = 10m/1.04sec = 9.61m/sec SF = # of Strides (5) / Time (1.02) = 4.90 SL = MV (9.61m/sec) / SF (4.90 strides/sec) = 1.96m

20 Optimal Efforts Optimal vs. Maximal numbers for SL and SF

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22 Creating a Model Athlete (task specificity) SL norms 2.35(f) / 2.43(m) x Troch Length SF norms (approaching 5.0 Strides per/second) Athlete A SL = TL (.92) x 2.35(f) = 2.16m SF = 5.0 s/sec Max V for Athlete A SL x SF = 2.16m x 5.0 s/sec = 10.8m/s

23 Comparison to Model Max V: Athlete A = 9.61m/sec vs. Model = 10.8m/sec SL: Athlete A = 1.96m vs. Model = 2.16m SF: Athlete A = 4.90s/sec vs. Model = s/sec In Comparison: SL is deficient by 9.3% SF is deficient by 2.0%

24 Task Specific Goal Improve SL by a minimum 2% A 2% improvement in SL pushes the length up to 2.0m If we maintain SF at 4.9: Max V now = 9.8 m/sec 10m/9.8 = 1.02 sec New 30m Fly projection is 3.06 vs. previous best of 3.15

25 Projections From Improvement Old 30m Fly time projected out to m/30 fly -.12(CF) = Vel 30/3.03 = /vel = 100 time acc component and reaction time 100/9.90 = Add 1.18 for reaction and acceleration = New 30m Fly time projects out to 10.98

26 Conclusions By specifically addressing one parameter minimally and maintaining the other, this athlete has gone from being a possible NCAA qualifier to being a possible NCAA Champion. The key is to SPECIFICALLY identify possible deficits, THEN, identify those exercises and training routines that directly affect SL and SF and address those individually and not in a general sense.

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