FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA Y EL DEPORTE
Grado en Ciencias de la Actividad Física y del Deporte
Achieve sports training knowledge specially physical capabilities in adults and elite sportwoman and men.
The Sports Training program is designed to provide students quality academic and professional preparation in the scientific study of training and methodology. The program offers a sound theoretical foundation and practical applications.
Graduates will be prepared to work in one or more of the following areas: fitness, fitness and exercise program, conditioning of athletes, sport and exercise leadership (as coaches) .
- Analysis and synthesis capacities
- Planning and organization capacities
- Adaptation to new situations
- Work in an international context.
- To transmit attitudes and values in a professional field (physical activity and sports). Participate in improving the society.
- To plan ahead, program, apply, control and evaluate training workouts and competitions in different levels and ages.
- Analysis capacity and physiology / biomechanical / psychology and social principles application to the professional field (physical activity, sports and recreation).
- To identify, avoid and correct inappropriate and damaging practices to health.
- To develop a capacity to assess, prescribe and plan physical exercises to elite athletes and healthy practitioners.
- To promote and evaluate long term and autonomous habits of physical activity and sports into health programmes.
- To know about selecting material and equipment according to the activity, technique and type of sport.
Chapter 1 – TRAINIG PRINCIPLES AND TRAINING WORKOUTS
1.1- Training Principles
1.2. Supercompensación Cycle and Adaptation.
1.2- Training Load Components (Variables of training).
Chapter 2 – STRENGTH AND POWER DEVELOPMENT
2.1– Biomotor Abilities.
2.3– Methods for Developing Strength Training.
Chapter 3 – SPEED TRAINING
3.1– Speed, agility and acceleration.
3.2– Speed of the Sport.
3.3– Methods for Developing Speed Training.
Chapter 4 – ENDURENCE TRAINING
4.1– Concepts and Classification of Endurance.
4.2– Factors Affecting Endurance Performance
4.3– Methods for Developing Endurance Training.
Chapter 5 – FLEXIBILITY TRAINING
5.1– General Concepts
5.2– Methods for Developing Flexibility.
Chapter 6. PERIODIZATION AND PLANNING TRAINING.
6.1- Classic Periodization
6.2- Contemporary Periodization
6.3- Motor Skills Planning
6.4- Workout Planning
Chapter 7. SPORTS INITIATION
7.1- Inheritance and Environment
7.2- Early Initiation or Specialization
7.3- Capacities Development in Children.
7.4- Periodization and Early Initiation
7.5- Early Detection, Pulling in and Selection Process.
- Internships. The student will do practices of every content. That helps him to acquire knowledge.
- Theoretical Test. It includes all aspects and class contents.
- Directed Study. Study that is supervised and controlled by the teacher in the subject.
- Communicative Tasks. Lectureship, explanations about methodologies through Self-study.
- Desing y address practical motor skills sessions applied to elite sportman/woman and healthy practicioners.
The evaluation is an on-going assessment. Includes:
- Theoretical Test. It will be a 35% of the final qualification. It´s required to get a 5 to approve the test.
- Internships. It will be a 65% of the final qualification. These activities include self study guided study in and out of the class.
- Specific homework. The qualification is including in the previous point.
Case Study Method
Subject imparted in 3º curse during T1, T2 y T3
This subject gives the knowledge of the athletic training basis. It gives to the students the necessary skills in order to properly design athletic training programs.
This subject has a structure theoretical and practical, combining training sessions in any sports space with theoretical sessions in classroom.
• Capacity for analysis and synthesis.
• Ability to organize and plan.
• Adapting to new situations.
• Working in an international context.
• Ability to transmit attitudes and values in professional practice in all areas of physical activity and sport, participating in the betterment of society.
• Ability to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate the processes of training and competition at different levels and different ages.
• Ability to analyze and apply the physiological, biomechanical , psychological and social services to the different fields of physical activity, sport and recreation principles.
• Ability to identify inappropriate practices that pose health risks, avoiding and correcting for the different types of people.
• Ability to assess the level of physical fitness and motor skills and prescribing exercise oriented programming to sports performance and health at different ages.
• Ability to promote and evaluate long habits and autonomous practice of physical activity and health-oriented sport.
• Ability to select and how to use the material and the right sports equipment for each type of activity, identifying the technical characteristics of the different sports facilities
ISSUE 1 - GENERAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS TRAINING
• BASES, FROM INITIATION TO SP
• STRUCTURE OF SPORT PERFORMANCE
ISSUE 2 - PRINCIPLES OF SPORTS TRAINING
• BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING
ISSUE 3 - LOAD TRAINING
• ORGANIZATION AND INTERACTIONS
ISSUE 4 - TECHNICAL TRAINING AND TACTICS
• TECHNICAL TRAINING
• TACTICAL TRAINING
ISSUE 5 - RESISTANCE TRAINING
• TRAINING METHODS
ISSUE 6 - Strength Training
• TRAINING METHODS
ISSUE 7 - SPEED TRAINING
• TRAINING METHODS
ISSUE 8 - TRAINING FLEXIBILITY
• TRAINING METHODS
- Practices Activities. The contents of the practices coincide with the parallel theoretical issue as explained in the lectures. They may take place at the beginning or end of the unit taking into account the best use for the assimilation of content.
- Theoretical Test application. Conducting a test with the contents learned in the course.
- Practical work. Work in which analysis of different research articles on the latest research related to the full course will be conducted in groups. Oral presentation will be held in class analyzed articles
- Recommended papers for completing the class agenda
Assessment is a continuous type, comprising a part of objective assessment through a review of the course content and other theoretical and practical work.
- Theoretical Test application: Counts for 30% of the final mark. It consists of an examination of the contents of the course. The total score required to pass this section shall be 5.00.
- Practice Activities and homeworks: Accounted for 70% of the final mark. The total score required to pass this section shall be 5.00.
- Attitude and class participation: Counts 20% of practice activities mark.
- Continuous assessment:
• Test theoretical evaluation: 30%. You need to attract 5.
• Practical activities: 70%. You need to attract 5.
- Alternative Assessment:
• Proof of theoretical and practical application: 100%
• Continuous assessment by a party shall be suspended.
• Alternative Assessment: Test of theoretical-practical application: 100%
Using active methodology:
Case method section for practical work.
Master classes to develop the capacity for analysis and synthesis.