- Lectures: 20 hours
- Seminar: 10 hours
- Exercises 30 hours
- Independent work: 120 hours
The conceptual model of top-level sport
• Psychological aspect;
• Sociological aspect;
• Burnout in sport;
• An interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to top-level sport;
• A holistic approach to regeneration.
Monitoring the training process
• Research tools;
• Physiology of training load;
• Quantifying the training load;
• Current practice and tools;
• Guidelines for individual sports;
• Guidelines for team sports;
Competition – individual sports
• Choosing the appropriate pace for optimal performance at the competition;
• Determination of intensity zones using advanced power / speed meters;
• Analyzing the competition performance.
• Identifying overtraining and measuring approaches;
• Prevention of overtraining.
• Conceptual model;
• ‘Total fitness’ model;
• Qualitative measures for monitoring recovery;
• Quantitative measures for monitoring recovery;
• Integration of techniques to accelerate recovery into the training process.
• Physical and biological background of different methods;
• Getting to know the main methods;
• Active recovery;
• Contrast thermotherapy and cryotherapy;
• Hyperbaric, hyperbaric bag.
Nutrition and nutritional supplements:
• Interaction of nutrition strategies and training process;
• Nutrition for specific goals and contents of exercise;
• Food supplements and their use in regeneration.
• Choice of competition equipment and interaction with sponsors;
• The importance of a support team for ensuring undisturbed training.