THE MANUAL VOL. 6, is the sixth publication from Central Virginia Sport Performance. In THE MANUAL VOL. 6 you will find ten chapters written by ten world class individuals who have had an immense impact on the world of sport performance. As with everything that we produce, we are absolutely certain that this book will provide useful and applicable information to not only assist the readers in helping their athletes maximize their potential, but also drive better conversations between practitioner. This year’s volume of The Manual includes 10 fantastic chapters to help practitioners arrive at better conclusions in hot topics including: transfer of training (chapters 5 and 6), energy system development (chapters 3 and 9), and the building autonomy into your programming (chapters 1 and 10), and SO MUCH MORE!
FEATURES OF THIS BOOK INCLUDE:
- Quick and concise chapters that are practical and easy to read.
- 181 pages of practical considerations for strength and conditioning coaches to use immediately with their athletes.
- In-depth examples and personal experiences from each author that the reader can easily apply to their own situations no matter what level the coach or athlete.
- Brief bios for each author at the end of their respective chapter that describes the impact they have had on the strength and conditioning field.
THE CHAPTER LIST, INCLUDING AUTHORS AND TITLES IS AS FOLLOWS:
Chapter 1: Coloring Outside the Lines by Molly Binetti
Chapter 2: Heavy Strength Training for Sport by Antonio Squillante
Chapter 3: Beware of Averages by Keir Wenham-Flatt
Chapter 4: Digging Deeper with Your Data by Dr. Bryan Mann
Chapter 5: Transfer of Training in Fast Bowlers- A Case Study by Steffan Jones
Chapter 6: Transfer of Training inn Team Sport by Jake Jensen
Chapter 7: Introduction to Force Plate Use and Neuromuscular Profiling by Karim Derqaoui
Chapter 8: Navigating the Rehab Process by Terrence “TK” Kennell
Chapter 9: Reevaluating Conditioning, simple strategies for maximum results by Jay DeMayo
Chapter 10: A Complete Change in Coaching Philosophy; From Control to Autonomy, and why I’m never going back by Ali Kershner