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Theory and Methodology of Sports Training I

Code 13735
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload T(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Sports Sciences
Entry requirements Not required.
Mode of delivery Face-to-face
Learning outcomes • Acquire basic concepts and procedures related to sports training;
• Critically interpret information from the scientific literature;
• Plan and develop strategies to identify, analyze, and assess the needs of the physical condition and performance.

Assess the need and the influence of each physical quality and coordinative in training and performance in different sports; Interpret the theoretical foundations that underpin the program of sports training according to the specificities of different sports; Distinguish and apply different methods and media training tailored to the specific needs of each modality; Identify, interpret and apply control procedures, analysis and evaluation of the effect of training on sports performance according to the specificities of different modalities; Programming training in different sports or sports specialties;
Syllabus Module 1: Concept of sports training
Module 2: The training load
Module 3: Adaptation
Module 4: Fatigue
Module 5: Principles of training
Module 7: Introduction to sports training planning
Module 8.1: Concept of strength
Module 8.3: Evaluation of Strength
Module 9.1: Concept of Velocity
Module 9.3: Evaluation of velocity
Module 10.1: Concept of resistance
Module 10.3: Evaluation of resistance
Main Bibliography 1. All slides and texts presented and:
2. Garcia Manso, J, Navarro Valdivielso, M, y Ruiz Caballero, J. Bases teóricas del entrenamiento deportivo. Ed. Gymnos, (ISBN –8480130539). Madrid, 1996.

3. Zhelyazkov, T. Bases del entrenamiento deportivo. Ed. Paidotribo, (ISBN 8480195444). Barcelona, 2000.

Bibliografia complementar:
1. Grosser, M, Bruggeman, P, Zintl, F. Alto Rendimiento Deportivo. Planificación y Desarrollo. Ed. Martínez Roca. Barcelona, 1989.

2. Harre, D. Teoría del entrenamiento deportivo. Ed. Stadium, (ISBN 9505310951). Buenos Aires, 1991.

3. Matveev, L. Fundamentos del entrenamiento deportivo. Ed. Raduga. Moscú, 1985.

4. Platonov, V. El Entrenamiento Deportivo. Ed. Paidotribo, (ISBN 8486475171). Barcelona, 1998.

5. Verkhoshansky, I. Entrenamiento deportivo. Planificación y programación. Ed. Martínez Roca. Barcelona, 1990
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The typology of classes and, above all, the methodology associated with them, will allow a proactive and reflective learning style of the defined syllabus, stimulating the theoretical-practical understanding of the concepts. In the end, the aim is to be a student with basic knowledge about training, with an emphasis on basic motor skills, but also with the ability to critically reflect and with the necessary curiosity for a more advanced “knowing” in terms of understanding and complexity. of the various problems associated with sports training. The normal mode of assessment to be privileged will be attendance, without neglecting other assessment mechanisms (i.e., final exam) that are contemplated in the UBI regulations or in the general law itself (i.e., students with special regimes…). We will opt for the realization of 2 frequencies, as this is a 1st cycle of studies of a course that should provide very solid theoretical bases that facilitate the predictable continuation of studies
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-11

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