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YEARLY TRAINING PLAN (YTP) ASSIGNMENT DUE: June 23 15% Design a YTP as outlined in class which includes: Goals Training Components Mesocycle Planner YTP, & 2 only ‘weekly training sheets’ (one from your “Preparatory Period” & one from your “Competitive Period”). The sport chosen may be either a team or individual sport, elite or developmental (not Senior High Volleyball). The season should be at least 3 months (12 weeks) in length The season must include a training & competition period

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YEALY TRAINING PLAN (YTP) Your annual plan will: Help with annual, weekly & daily planning. Attempt to plan for a balanced life for your athletes to include time for family, school, & socialization. Allow you to delegate responsibilities/ownership to your coaching staff. Assistant coaches need goals too! Enables your coaching staff & players to measure progress. Fit into the long-term plans of the organization in which you are coaching, in conjunction with other coaches & administrators.

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Your plan is necessary to ensure: Organized training: excellent coaches enter the venue with a plan Timely training: athletes must be ready to perform at their identified peaks Sequential training: coaches must build skills in a progressive manner Complete training: athletes expect to receive total training in all aspects of the sport Motivated training: training must be FUN & filled with passion Successful training: athletes should attain 60-70% success, & 30% ‘stretching’

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Some Key Planning Points A seasonal plan is a guideline, & cannot be ‘set in stone’ Selection of athletes should include: long-range potential, commitment, ability, parental influence, role players, team chemistry, position depth chart Selection of the coaching team should include: varying gifts, support of philosophy, commitment, chemistry, challenging nature Establish start/finish dates for your season Design your training environment Facilities/equipment/coaching team & resources # training sessions per week

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Assess your competition environment Exhibition/league/playoff competition Competition tour(s) Timing & number of competitions Assess your finances: Available finances/ required finances/fund raising options Hold back some surprises for your athletes, & your opponents e.g. switching blockers, an‘X’ play Your plan must reflect sequential & progressive planning i.e. ‘when’ to introduce ‘what’ to your athletes/team Set motivational goals as rewards to move on to more exciting levels e.g. we will introduce a ‘51’after you score a 2.0 in SR

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YEARLY TRAINING PLAN (YTP) 1. Descriptive Segment The Athletes Athletes/team that you will coach (18U boys) Ideal # of athletes (10-12, open tryout or by invitation only) Commitment/availability (Dec.-July, 3-5 times/week, 3 hours/ session) Level of development/competition/skill (elite) b. The Training Environment Facilities & equipment availability (1-2 courts, 30 balls, training equip) Coaching staff availability/commitment(3 FT coaches, 2 student coaches, 1 PT manager) Budget concerns ($65,000.00 per season) c. The Coaching Environment Ideal coaching staff (1 head coach, 4 asst -setter, d/libero, net) Honoraria & budget concerns (cover expenses + honoraria)

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2. Applied Segment a. Competition Segment Exhibition used for specific goal attainment, including selection of athletes League play to position yourself for playoffs Playoff competition with tapering & peaking b. Training Organization Training quantity & intensity (3-5 times/week, 3 hours/session) Specialized: guest coach, position, mental toughness, cross-training, team building c. Assessment/Monitoring/Evaluation Testing, questionnaires, stats, video analysis, results, ENJOYMENT

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Seasonal Philosophy & Goals Your philosophy is the basis for all decisions, & must be publicized before selection. It is important that it be explained & accepted by every coach, athlete, administrator, & parent Ideally, it is set initially with your coaching staff, & then with your athletes It is specific to your athletes & level of competition, with target dates for completion

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Seasonal Periodization Your season will be based on: 3 Periods (Macrocycles), encompassing the entire year Preparatory (Pre-season) Competitive (League & Playoffs) Transition (Off-season) Phases (Mesocycles) within each Period, as determined by the season’s schedule General & Specific (Pre-Competition) Main Competition (League), Championship (Playoff) Microcycles: refers to one training or competitive session i.e. each time you meet with your athletes

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PERIODIZATION Periods Phases

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Designing Your YTP Establish the start/stop of your season Fill in the months/weeks of the season Align playoff dates first, & then league competition dates Schedule training sessions (#/week & length) Schedule any testing & exhibition matches that you plan to do throughout the season to meet your specific goals Establish your focus for each period & phase Establish length & dates for each period & phase

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SEASONAL PERIODIZATION OBJECTIVES Preparatory Period: General Phase prepare athletes for training/comp. general aerobic/strength training commence selection process review basic technical skills nutritional education goal setting: individual & team Preparatory Period: Specific Phase build aerobic/strength sport specific physical training conclude selection process refine technical skills individual tactical development team building emotional control & focusing

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Competitive Period: Main aerobic/strength maintenance stabilize athlete’s performance integration of skills into comp. team tactical development visualization Competitive Period: Playoff (Championship) aerobic/strength maintenance maximize performance with peak performance Tapering/peaking mental rehearsal & comp. strategies

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Transition Period fun & enjoyment maintain fitness thru cross training recovery from comp. stress encourage cross training in other sports support Provincial Team participation

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1st: YTP OBJECTIVES Performance Goals i.e. what you hope to achieve THIS season Seasonal goals for athletes e.g. starter, individual stats, Provincial team, post- secondary roster Develop ‘team culture/identity’ Seasonal goals for team may be stated chronologically: make playoffs, medal, reach finals, win gold e.g. medal @ tournaments, Provincials, Nationals List the Performance Goals which you hope to achieve throughout your season.

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Technical Goals i.e. acquire/consolidate execution of skills Identify the technical skills to be developed, which may be very specific by event/position Short & long term objectives Develop the special gifts of every athlete Identify & develop individual strengths within the team List the Technical Goals you hope to achieve

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Tactical Goals i.e. ability to read & react to situations Individual tactics/strategies to overcome opponents Identify the tactical skills to be developed Develop team strategies to expose opponent weaknesses, & cover individual weaknesses Build a team system that allows athletes to utilize their specific gifts/talents List the Tactical Goals you hope to achieve

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Physiological Goals i.e. build/maintain physical athletic ability Identify the training program to be developed e.g. core strength, muscular strength, flexibility, quick feet, jumping ability, flexibility Follow appropriate safe training program e.g. weights, overload training List the Physiological Goals you hope to achieve

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Psychological Goals i.e. psych skills appropriate to utilize skills Age appropriate skills which accompany technical skills e.g. goal setting, visualization, imagery, relaxation, focusing, overcoming fear Develop an internal motivation to enable athletes to execute their full potential e.g. develop confidence through training Add value to team-mates e.g. team ‘synergy’ Give every individual an equal opportunity to contribute to the success of the team (roles) List the Psych Goals you hope to achieve

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2nd: Macrocycle Development Example: (normally 2-3 weeks between AV tournaments) Competitive Period, Early Main Competitive Phase Specific microcycle goals: Maintain physiological base thru warm-up & training, & physiological demands during drills Stabilize athlete’s performance: Serve & serve receive Defense Block Attack (progression) Combination drills i.e. executing more than 1 skill in sequence Develop Team tactics: Attacking vs. a block (progression) Serve receive to attack transition Free ball to attack transition Down ball to attack transition Integration of individual skills into competition Psych training: visualization

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3rd: Microcycle Development Draft the # of microcycles for each week, with training sessions & competitions (league/exhibition) e.g. 2-3 training sessions + 1-2 competitive sessions/ week Plan the elements of your training sessions in all areas: Physiological: physical training elements Technical: individual & team skill/system development Tactical: individual & team development Psychological: mental training elements Plan the sequential/progressive training for your season, inserting developmental elements into your periods/phases/ microcycles. Insert the selected elements into specific microcycles. Design your targeted seasonal peaks

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LONG TERM PLANNING Solidify rules re: moving gifted athletes up to next level e.g. Jr to Sr school team age level up to next age level If possible, plan over numerous seasons e.g. School Program: 2 or 3 years Jr, Jr High Team (grade 7-8) Jr High Program (grade 7-8-9) e.g. Club Program: Age Group 2-year program (U17-U18) multiple age groups (U16-U18)

SAMPLE 2-YEAR VOLLEYBALL PLANYear One: ‘Building the Foundation’ (U17)Year Two: ‘Preparing for Success’ (U18)culminating in minor & major peak : 

SAMPLE 2-YEAR VOLLEYBALL PLANYear One: ‘Building the Foundation’ (U17)Year Two: ‘Preparing for Success’ (U18)culminating in minor & major peak

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