Dr. Martin's notes

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Strength and Conditioning Project

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Each project must include:

1. Cover Page
2. Outline
3. Key Points
4. General plan ideas
5. Specific Needs -> Main Goals
6. Time Periods ‡ week by week OK, day by day better
7. Schedules
8. Tracking/Planner
9. Conclusions/expectations

Extra Credit What is the plan if not successful?

You should create detail in your project by following these guidelines:

GOALS - Determine what is a reasonable goal for the athlete

TIME -What is your allotted time frame? Is there time to accomplish what you need to do? If not,
when will you reach the goals?

AGE -Factor into the plan the age of the athlete and their motivation factor. Most of the scenes
are high school age, and you know how motivation fluctuates.

DIET -A poor diet will decrease the effectiveness of your plan. Adjust the diet appropriately for
the plan and for the sport.

MODIFICATION -What is your plan for progression of the process? Where can you speed up or
slow down the plan and still get to the goal?

DOCUMENTATION -Your plan needs to be read by anyone else and be able to be understood,
just as if you were not there to help the athlete yourself.

CHARTING- The athlete needs to chart their progress. Choose whatever method you wish, but
provide a template.

SPORT -You will need to know some information about the sport they want to do. If you do not,
you will need to look it up and state WHY you did a specific item, exercise, etc

LAYOUT -All projects are to be computer generated. If you need computer time in the Media
Center, I will give you a pass for your free period. Final presentations will be in folders, with a
title page.

ALL PROJECTS ARE DUE ON

 

 

OR BEFORE Friday JUNE 2. -

 

 

NO EXCEPTIONS!

SENIORS - THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BRING YOUR GRADE UP! IT WILL BE
THE LAST GRADE YOU RECEIVE FOR CLASSWORK.