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Philosophy 201: Develop a Coaching and Training Philosophy
Understanding Coaching Models and Systems
How do you define coaching? (18:46)
What Model Are You Using?
Models- Using a Psychological Approach to Workout Design
Finding the Right System
Developing a Coaching Philosophy
Developing a Coaching Philosophy (19:25)
Self-Reflection: How are you getting better as a coach? (16:43)
A Coaching Philosophy: Adam Didyk (34:24)
Vern Gambetta- Experience as the teacher
Danny Mackey- The Coaches Journey
A Conversation on Coaching with Jon and Steve
Developing a Filter
Understanding and Combatting our Bias
Developing a BS Filter (16:30)
How We Learn
Continual Learning- Bondarchuk
Beyond the Stopwatch
The Importance of Mentors
The Role of Mentors (33:02)
Learning from the Performance Experience
The Coaches Mindset
A Transactional vs. Transformational Approach
Dropping Your Ego
An Instructor vs. a guide
Going Beyond Running
The Role of Books in Learning (16:05)
A Philosophy of Coaching Individuals
Long Term Athlete Development (20:08)
Understanding and Communicating with Athletes
Art and Science of Motivation
Training the 6 inches Between Your Ears
How to Change Yours (and Others) Minds and Behavior
30,000 Foot View of Training
The How of Training
The Training Qualities
What to do workouts do?
The Training Methods
Volume and Intensity of Training (84:06)
How do HS, College, and Pro athletes train?
The Clean Slate Phenomenon- Why beginners just need change
Test and Response Training
Importance of Running by Feel
A Philosophy of Training
From Theory to Practice: Philosophy
Workouts: What are we trying to accomplish?
Special Considerations for Workout Design
What actually matters? Concepts or Details?
Workouts: Don't Forget the Randomness
From Theory to Practice Assignment: Workout Design with Constraints
Science vs. Art of Coaching
What actually is science?
The Battle Between Sport Science, Analytics, and Intuitive Coaching
Should our training be evidence based?
Is Coaching an Art or Science?
What's Your Philosophy?
Summary: A philosophy is a distillation of all you know into something easily applicable
Certification for Training Exercise
Coaching and Trainng Philosophy Assignment
Long Term Athlete Development
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