Syllabus 9995002844 - CICLISMO III

CODE
9005002844

COURSE
Cycling III

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Subject quarterly duration.

CHARACTER:

 


COURSE TYPE
Elective

ECTS CREDITS
6

CONTEXT

Third level of the three possible matter for the sport of cycling.

Assumes the third of three courses that develops technical training related to cycling, both on a knowledge of basic and general character which will know the health and recreational possibilities of this mode sports and everything related to the athlete training and potential orientation to the world of competitive sport.


STUDY MODE

Classroom


COMPETENCES

GENERAL SKILLS

Self evaluation

Initiative

Ability to analyze

Planning

Responsibility

SPECIFIC SKILLS

Ability to assign and distribute tasks

Decisionmaking capability

Ability to solve problems

Risk assessment

Ability to search for information


TOPICS

Item 1. Stages in the formation of the cyclist

1.1. The discovery and familiarization with the bicycle

1.2. Basic training

1.3. Specific training

1.4. Demonstration of the potential maximum

1.5. Completion of performance

Item 2. Factors influencing the performance cyclist

2.1 Physical

2.2 Technical

3.3. Tactical

3.4. Psychological

3.5. External

3.6. Equipment and materials

Item 3. Temporary Structures training planning

4.1. The session

4.2. Microcycle

4.3. Mesocycle

4.4. Macrocycle

4.5. Season

4.6. Olympic Cycle

4.6. Sporting life

Item 5. Training planning models

5.1. Traditional. or periodization

5.2. ATR

5.3. Combined models and their adaptation to cycling

Item 6. Design guidelines for planning a season

6.1. Starting point

6.2. Media

6.3. Objectives

Item 7. Regulation and control of training

Item 7. Special foods

7.1. Noncompetitive phase

7.2. Before the competition

7.3. During competition

7.4. After the competition Carbohydrates


ACTIVITIES

Continued assistance will be needed to assimilate the content class to the rhythm of the group. The use of a mechanical implement as cycling and possible risk perception by students justify the need to attend classes in order to evolve safely and within the original objectives.

Evaluative activities have a distinctly educational in themselves.

The bike practice orients to the development and strengthening of the domain of the collective technical skills own road race and individual technique advanced mountain bike rider and advanced mechanics.


EVALUATION

Continuous assessment is applied.

Class attendance is required, at least 80%.

Weighting of the evaluation:

40% Test objective Last week of May.

Literature review + 25% presentation.

35% design cycling season sports planning or related work.

These notes are not averaged, controls must be overcome with more than 5 points in any case.


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The language of the course will be taught in Spanish.

Each student will be assigned, in the early going, a bicycle according to anthropometric characteristics and the use of helmets will be absolutely mandatory for security.

If the student prefers to use his own material, you can do likewise.


METHODOLOGY

Active methodologies:

Self

Project-based learning

Case method


LAST UPDATE
26/07/2013

CODE
9005002844

COURSE
Cycling III

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Subject quarterly duration.

CHARACTER:

 


COURSE TYPE
Elective

ECTS CREDITS
6

CONTEXT

Third level of the three possible matter for the sport of cycling.

Assumes the third of three courses that develops technical training related to cycling, both on a knowledge of basic and general character which will know the health and recreational possibilities of this mode sports and everything related to the athlete training and potential orientation to the world of competitive sport.


STUDY MODE

Classroom


COMPETENCES

GENERAL SKILLS

Self evaluation

Initiative

Ability to analyze

Planning

Responsibility

SPECIFIC SKILLS

Ability to assign and distribute tasks

Decisionmaking capability

Ability to solve problems

Risk assessment

Ability to search for information


TOPICS

Item 1. Stages in the formation of the cyclist

1.1. The discovery and familiarization with the bicycle

1.2. Basic training

1.3. Specific training

1.4. Demonstration of the potential maximum

1.5. Completion of performance

Item 2. Factors influencing the performance cyclist

2.1 Physical

2.2 Technical

3.3. Tactical

3.4. Psychological

3.5. External

3.6. Equipment and materials

Item 3. Temporary Structures training planning

4.1. The session

4.2. Microcycle

4.3. Mesocycle

4.4. Macrocycle

4.5. Season

4.6. Olympic Cycle

4.6. Sporting life

Item 5. Training planning models

5.1. Traditional. or periodization

5.2. ATR

5.3. Combined models and their adaptation to cycling

Item 6. Design guidelines for planning a season

6.1. Starting point

6.2. Media

6.3. Objectives

Item 7. Regulation and control of training

Item 7. Special foods

7.1. Noncompetitive phase

7.2. Before the competition

7.3. During competition

7.4. After the competition Carbohydrates


ACTIVITIES

Continued assistance will be needed to assimilate the content class to the rhythm of the group. The use of a mechanical implement as cycling and possible risk perception by students justify the need to attend classes in order to evolve safely and within the original objectives.

Evaluative activities have a distinctly educational in themselves.

The bike practice orients to the development and strengthening of the domain of the collective technical skills own road race and individual technique advanced mountain bike rider and advanced mechanics.


EVALUATION

Continuous assessment is applied.

Class attendance is required, at least 80%.

Weighting of the evaluation:

40% Test objective Last week of May.

Literature review + 25% presentation.

35% design cycling season sports planning or related work.

These notes are not averaged, controls must be overcome with more than 5 points in any case.


SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

The language of the course will be taught in Spanish.

Each student will be assigned, in the early going, a bicycle according to anthropometric characteristics and the use of helmets will be absolutely mandatory for security.

If the student prefers to use his own material, you can do likewise.


METHODOLOGY

Active methodologies:

Self

Project-based learning

Case method


LAST UPDATE
11/11/2016