Types of Training (04:53)
The five main types of training are strength, aerobic, anaerobic, flexibility, and skill. Determination of how a type is implemented depends on an athlete's needs, and the practice of progressive overload principles.
Planning Training Sessions (03:55)
To plan for training, one must know the athlete's goals and fitness needs. Then it is possible to map out the phases and sub-phases of the athlete's schedule to prepare the athlete for peak performance.
Psychological Training (04:31)
Psychological training tools include anxiety management, visual imagery, and setting goals by the SMART method.
Pushing the Boundaries (05:57)
In sports, drugs can be used to improve strength endurance, and they can mask the use of other banned drugs. Use of banned drugs has internal and external costs. Technology can measure, analyze, and improve performance.
Credits: Improving Performance: Elite Athlete Case Studies (00:36)
Credits: Improving Performance: Elite Athlete Case Studies
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