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Areas of Partners Administrators &


Performance Enhancement Team


Development Physical


To Do


All physical training activities should follow a properly periodized annual training program. Utilize single, double, triple and multiple periodization as the optimal framework of preparation.


Refine recommendations from Train to Compete and Learn to Win stages.


The goal is to demonstrate a superior fitness level that allows the athlete to excel during competition and training avoiding and/or preventing injuries or burnout.


Administrators &


Performance Enhancement Team


Psychological The athlete should


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


• Continually pursue excellence; aim to become a world- class athlete representing Canada at the highest level of international competition


• Deliver an optimal performance on demand • Be willing to learn new ways of doing things, adapt to new strategies and continuously strive for improvement • Be creative and innovative in problem solving • Demonstrate strong work ethic and be mentally tough • Be focused on the “big picture” (Perspective) • Demonstrate ethical behaviour through SOTG • Be willing to assist his/her team through various leadership roles when required


• Demonstrate consistent execution of tactics and skill in a variety of high-pressure game situations


Coach Technical


All technical skills have been developed. Players focus on refining skills and demonstrating


• Consistency in competition (quality of execution) • Good decision-making under pressure • A personal interpretation of technique


Coach Tactical


Refine field awareness and sound decision-making skills. Able to apply and adapt to advanced game strategies. Develop understanding of opponent-specific strategies, scouting and post-game analysis.


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