Analysing Strengths & Weaknesses of the Training Program

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Analysing Strengths & Weaknesses of the Training Program Mr Hustler Term 3, 2015
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Strengths - One strength evident in the program is on 4 out of 5 training days the training sessions follow the prescribed generic layout of an effective training routine. Hede (2012) supports this by highlighting the need for each session to have a “warm up, conditioning/skills focus and a cool down. This is vital so that an athlete knows what is expected of them during their session and allows them to train accordingly. - The Monday, Wednesday and Thursday sessions are all appropriate for a mid-season program. These sessions allow the athlete to focus on maintenance and skill enhancement which are crucial during a competitive touch season. - Does follow a format however it isn’t directly aligned to the FITT principle. For aerobic gains the athlete needs to training 3 – 4 times per week and for anaerobic gains the athlete needs to train 3 times per week. Because the program appears to be targeting both aerobic and anaerobic it
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