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Areas of Partners Coach & Administrators


Development Physical


To Do


All physical training activities should follow a properly periodized annual training program.


Refine elements from T2P stage while developing an understanding in the importance of the following factors on physical development • Prehabilitation • Rehabilitation • Rest • Sleep


• Nutrition


The goal is to have enough fitness to manage the rigors of competition and training without injuries or burnout.


Parents, Coach & Administrators


Psychological


Mental skills introduced in the last stage should continue to be practiced, refined, and incorporated into many types of situation such as practice, dry-land training, before competitions, and during competitions.


The athlete should


• Love the game and thrive on competition • Demonstrate confidence in game play and skills • Exhibit advanced mental preparation


• Demonstrate enhanced self-awareness and application of effective mental strategies in preparation for competitive play


• Learn to value competitions and putting performance first • Consistently give 100% effort


• Revise mental skills such as imagery and visualization • Develop activation and relaxation skills • Develop positive self-talk and confidence • Integrate mental skills in daily activities • Gradually learn to self-coach and actively participate in his or her own development


• Reflect during post training and post competition to enhance future performances • Work with coaches in a more collaborative manner • Provide positive support for teammates, play well with others, etc.


Coach Technical Throwing & Catching


Players are able to complete throws and catches in competitive play with a high degree of consistency. Players


49 ULTIMATE CANADA LTAD


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