“The biggest thing with this is we need to remember, no matter what we do, training practice life, for all things, there is a cost of adaptation, and you need to pay that cost.”
This month’s exclusive lecture University of Richmond’s Head Strength Coach, Jay DeMayo, continues his discussion on minimal effective dose and how measurements and monitoring play a role in how he implements it.
Let lecture starts with a brief review of the role of the coach’s principles of training, evaluations and KPI’s and why they should impact and drive the training process, how precursors and “checking boxes” is important in this development.
This leads directly into discussing the object of control in training and how we, as coaches, can be successful with the training process being the object of control, and how they can be even more successful having the athlete be the object of control in the system. This includes a breakdown of how he sets up his training with his student athletes from day one up until they’re ready for individualization of their training by KPI’s.
The final 20-25 minutes is a breakdown of how Jay uses the athlete as the object of control. This includes examples of monitoring and ways to dive into the state of the athletes. This includes: sRPE, questionnaires, and readiness monitoring. This includes about 20 minutes of him sharing with us how he uses his athletes Omegawave readings to drive conversations about training, recovery work, and nutrition, based on their states of readiness.
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