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IFPA High Performance Training for Sports Exam Notes Sharing Part 4

IFPA High Performance Training for Sports Exam Notes Sharing

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The following notes , you will be learning :

a) Energy Leaks

b) Force Production

c) Stabilizy training

d) Core training

e) Efficient running

and lots more……

1) Another important principle to apply when targeting energy leaks is the need to use the most productive muscle lengths. pg48

2) creating tension in the passive (tendon and fascial) components allows force production to be maintained in outer-range (lengthened) positions.pg48

3) If the amount of force that can be produced by a muscle–tendon unit depends on this lengthtension relationship, the most effi cient and effective sport movements will occur when as many of the key muscle groups involved in the movement as possible are acting within their most favourable length-tension ranges pg48

4) An assessment of the strength and holding capacity of the lateral hip muscles should be a part of every athletic programme. Pg 50

5)A common energy leak during many running-based sport activities is excessive trunk motion, particularly rotation. Pg51

6) Drills that can be used to quickly and effectively improve trunk-muscle recruitment involve running with the arms stretched overhead.pg 51

7) Fast, efficient running is characterised by a short ground-contact time and lower-limb positioning that produces optimal horizontal and vertical propulsion forces. Pg52

8) However, kinetic studies have shown that those who display good technique generate the majority of their force from the large musculature of the lower trunk, pelvis and legs. 5 pg53

9)The two critical variables to consider when assessing movement efficiency are the force generated and the force applied. pg56

1 0)Therefore, a significant consideration in stability training should be directed towards developing and optimizing spinal proprioception and appropriate neuromuscular patterning in sport and life-relevant situations. Pg56

1 1)The core is a term that captures the whole spine and proximal peripheral joints; it also considers movement competency and control throughout the chain pg57

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