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1

In addition to physical training, the presented view of periodization includes which of the following? (Periodization)




2

Based on the presentation, apply the suggested training model to each athlete listed  (Periodization)
 
I. 14-Year-Old Soccer Player (inexperienced / novice training background)__________  
II. Olympic Shot Putter (experienced / advanced training background) __________ 
III. Army Infantry Soldier (occupational athlete / non-peaking training approach) __________ 




3

According to the presentation, why are UCL tears less prevalent in tennis serving versus baseball pitching(Overhead and Rotational Athletes)




4

True or False: Emphasizing the amortization phase between rotational med ball throws is an effective way to improve single leg stability? (Overhead and Rotational Athletes)



5

Strength and conditioning coaches can be a first line of defense in support of mental health in the following ways? (Mental Health)




6

Which of the following athlete statements would be least likely to require a referral to a qualified mental health professional? (Mental Health)




7

 

Based on the force time curve when does the majority of athletic movement occur? (Developing Powerful Athletes part 1)
Figure 1




8

Using figure 5 , what would athlete A benefit most from emphasizing and deemphasizing during the initial mesocycle? (Emphasize; Deemphasize) (Developing Powerful AthletesPart 2)

Figure 5


 




9

Athlete A performs a plyometric program that includes jump squats and box jumps (BM) (>2.0m/s) and medicine ball throws (>1.5m/s). How is the shift of the force velocity curve likely to occur following training? (Developing Powerful Athletes Part 1 & 2)




10

When reporting and assessing the ability of an athlete to produce force quickly, the authors suggest that practitioners identify and compare force output at _______. (Developing Powerful Athletes, Part 1 & 2)




1

In addition to physical training, the presented view of periodization includes which of the following? (Periodization)




2

Based on the presentation, apply the suggested training model to each athlete listed  (Periodization)
 
I. 14-Year-Old Soccer Player (inexperienced / novice training background)__________  
II. Olympic Shot Putter (experienced / advanced training background) __________ 
III. Army Infantry Soldier (occupational athlete / non-peaking training approach) __________ 




3

According to the presentation, why are UCL tears less prevalent in tennis serving versus baseball pitching(Overhead and Rotational Athletes)




4

True or False: Emphasizing the amortization phase between rotational med ball throws is an effective way to improve single leg stability? (Overhead and Rotational Athletes)



5

Strength and conditioning coaches can be a first line of defense in support of mental health in the following ways? (Mental Health)




6

Which of the following athlete statements would be least likely to require a referral to a qualified mental health professional? (Mental Health)




7

 

Based on the force time curve when does the majority of athletic movement occur? (Developing Powerful Athletes part 1)
Figure 1




8

Using figure 5 , what would athlete A benefit most from emphasizing and deemphasizing during the initial mesocycle? (Emphasize; Deemphasize) (Developing Powerful AthletesPart 2)

Figure 5


 




9

Athlete A performs a plyometric program that includes jump squats and box jumps (BM) (>2.0m/s) and medicine ball throws (>1.5m/s). How is the shift of the force velocity curve likely to occur following training? (Developing Powerful Athletes Part 1 & 2)




10

When reporting and assessing the ability of an athlete to produce force quickly, the authors suggest that practitioners identify and compare force output at _______. (Developing Powerful Athletes, Part 1 & 2)




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