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TPI’s Junior Golf Parent Support Workshop : 

TPI’s Junior Golf Parent Support Workshop

Titleist Performance Institute : 

Titleist Performance Institute Dr. Greg Rose

Special Thanks : 

Special Thanks Our Junior Advisory Team Denis McDade Dr. Ernst Zwick Istvan Balyi Dr. Liam Hennessey Brian Grasso Henry Brunton Simon Webb Al Vermeil David Donatucci Randy Myers Dr. Tom House Pia Nilsson Lynn Marriott Tadhg Harrington Brian Knight

Long Term Athletic Development : 

Long Term Athletic Development The LTAD approach focuses on having kids perform age-appropriate skill acquisition drills to maximize their athletic potential. It progressively gets more complicated and more specialized as the athlete develops and reaches the next level of development.

Key Factors Influencing LTAD : 

Key Factors Influencing LTAD 10 Year Rule FUNdamentals Specialization Developmental Perspective Windows of Opportunity

10 Year Rule : 

10 Year Rule Tiger Woods 17 years Bobby Fischer 9 years Wolfgang Mozart 18 years

How Do You Keep Kids Involved? : 

How Do You Keep Kids Involved? Fun Friends Fit in Feels Good To do something they are good at.

FUNdamentals FirstStages of Developing a Golfer : 

FUNdamentals FirstStages of Developing a Golfer

Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) : 

Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Locomotive Skills Run, Jump, Dodge, Skip Stability Skills (ABC’s of Athleticism) Agility, Balance, Coordination, Speed

Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) : 

Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Manipulative / Object Control Skills Throw, Kick, Strike, Catch, Dribble Awareness Space awareness, kinesthetic awareness, rules

Reasons for Poor FMS : 

Reasons for Poor FMS Limited exposure during development phase No access to facilities, opportunities, or programs Modern inactive lifestyles Little or no play Ill-informed coaches Overzealous coach Poor coaching style for child Overemphasize competition and winning too early Parents – ill-informed Family influences

Fundamental Sport Skills (FSS) : 

Fundamental Sport Skills (FSS) Golf-Specific Skills Putting Green Reading Speed Control Alignment Chipping Distance Control Force Control Full Swing Grip, Posture, Alignment Ball Position, Stance, Balance Course Management Tactics Club Selection Risk-Reward

Fundamental Sport Skills : 

Fundamental Sport Skills Sport Specific Skills Advanced Striking Baseball Batting Cricket Batting Field Hockey Slap Shot Stick Dribbling Advanced Throwing Pitching Football Throwing Javelin, Discus, Shot, Hammer Basketball Free Throws Lacrosse Wrist Release Education Table Tennis Racquetball, Squash Frisbee Toss

Physical Literacy : 

Physical Literacy Should have both before onset of growth spurt. From Dr. Istvan Balyi’s LTAD Resource Papers - Canada

Specialization : 

Specialization We would highly discourage early specialization in golf since it may lead to: Physical imbalances Overuse injuries Early burnout Poor FMS development

Developmental Age : 

Developmental Age Chronological Age = Number of years and days that have elapsed since birth. Developmental Age = degree of physical, mental, cognitive and emotional maturity.

LTAD Phases of Development : 

LTAD Phases of Development

Hat Classification System : 

Hat Classification System

TPI Hat Classification System : 

TPI Hat Classification System Early Developmental Levels Intermediate Levels Advanced Levels

Windows of Trainability : 

Windows of Trainability Accelerated Adaptation refers to “critical” or “sensitive periods” in a child’s development that they respond faster to a training stimulus. Due to many factors: Hormonal Influences Strength Development Nervous System Development Muscle Fiber Type Defferentiation From Dr. Istvan Balyi’s LTAD Resource Papers - Canada

The Five S’s of Training : 

The Five S’s of Training Stamina (Endurance) Strength Speed Skill Suppleness (Mobility) Balyi and Way 2005, Dick 1985 All Five Have Windows of Optimal Training

Speed Window : 

Speed Window Critical Windows: Boys Window 1: 7-9 years old Window 2: 13-16 years old Girls Window 1: 6-8 years old Window 2: 11-13 years old Balyi and Way 2005 Always trainable but declines with age!

Strength Window : 

Strength Window Critical Windows: Boys 12-18 months after PHV Girls Immediately after PHV or At onset of menarche Balyi and Way 2005

Stamina (Endurance) Window : 

Stamina (Endurance) Window Critical Window: Boys and Girls Occurs at or around the onset of PHV. Aerobic capacity is recommended before athletes reach PHV. Aerobic power should be introduced progressively after growth rate decelerates Balyi and Way 2005

Skill Window : 

Skill Window Critical Windows: Boys 9-12 years old Girls 8-11 years old Balyi and Way 2005

Suppleness (Mobility) Window : 

Suppleness (Mobility) Window Critical Windows: Boys and Girls 6-10 years old Special attention should be paid to flexibility during PHV. Balyi and Way 2005

Growth Velocity for Boys : 

Growth Velocity for Boys From Dr. Ernst Zwick – www.growmetry.com

FUNdamentals Cyclone : 

FUNdamentals Cyclone Agility Balance Striking Throwing Catching Kicking Jumping Locomotion Visualization / Awareness Rotation Push/Pull Core Strength Warm-Up Twelve Stations

The Golf SMASH Track : 

The Golf SMASH Track

Program Overview : 

Train to Compete Learn to Compete Train to Play Learn to Play Fundamentals Skills (40%) 3D Integ. (5%) Mob/Stab (10%) Stamina (10%) Speed (10%) Skills (15%) 3D Integr. (10%) Mob / Stab (25%) Stamina (25%) Speed (25%) Mob/Stab (15%) Speed (15%) Golf Skills and FSS (70%) Mobility / Stability (25%) Speed & FMS (75%) Program Overview 0.025 0.020 0.015 0.010 0.005 0.000 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Biological age (years) VelGrowth (cm/day) Strength (25%) One-on-one Coaching One-on-one Training Decide Pathway Divide Boys & Girls