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uh so the the topic of my talk is about it's to try to talk about
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uh what we do when training yeah at least what are the challenges and what are the opportunities and
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and the way i try to approach these was to to look at it
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as a as a scientist as a coach and and as a parent
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and so i will racy issues so use the stall 'cause as a way to
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think about stuff and and things that we can discuss probably later on and not showcase some
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of the work that we do it the spark at me how we try to
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to approach these aspects but the up line of my talk is this we will talk
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about the current situation uh i'll at least strain uh how they looked after
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um what we know what we don't know all uh how can we build evidence how
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can we use evidence to drive the training prescription in some conclusion and opportunities
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so the first thing that we need to understand i think is that we we have a situation in in young sports that this kind of
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evolving and is evolving tends to the fact that that is a lot
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of intonational events so we have children know what to expect compete
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on the international stage um recently the i. o.
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c. uh started the use olympic games uh
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uh before the where the use wimpy festivals now we have this large multi sport k.
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that is played uh every few years one here in laws and with
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the uh you'd winter olympics when as i just windy eighteen
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thirty one sports in the summer program sixteen sports in the winter program
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and we have athletes between sixteen and eighteen years of age so
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even if we might not like it we talk about this long term aptly develop and we we try to
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take athletes all the way through the journey up to performances senior level the realities that
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they have to experience some milestones of some sort in a competitive and bar
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so the so the the definition from the i. o. c. of the elite young athletes a child whereas
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so period like italian and that was specialised training receives experts coaching
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and is exposed to only competition so i think it's very important that when we talk about
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young athletes and youth sports we need to start this fading shading what is appropriate
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to delete yeah exactly and what is appropriate for the kids to participate in
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small and i will try to to go deeper into these argument
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so i'll give you should examples um you might not recognise these these young lady she's
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the one ninety ninety seven wanted to emulate in two thousand eleven at fourteen years
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of age in twenty twelve she was training thirty two hours a week
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so if she was following any other guidelines that we kind of
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publisher or advice so we use uh she with the media
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a fact is that she's there and she's just just
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winning every deduced when simone bus incredible talent
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fantastic actually not only that she's one nineteen olympic and world
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championships metals ensured two million dollars in twenty sixty
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so this is the reality so they're a special kids do unbelievable things
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an age to uh if we go by the book we shouldn't
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be even thinking about that and we have done so we need to do something for this kind of this kind of it
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and this is the reality for them so i tried to mark a time
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line of uh he uh activities that a track and field athlete of
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an age ranging from sixteen to nineteen my experience in the next two years
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and and i used we should clerics because i was a familiar with that
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but pretty much we have a two big events in twenty eighteen
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the world under twenty championships uh in athletics
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the youth olympic games in october the uh world school championships in general twenty nineteen
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the european under twenty in august twenty ninety and they usually
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because divorcing twenty ninety so these are big events
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if you are young talented athlete you are trying to go and compete there
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and possibly when there and before you get there you have to qualify
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to every event by going to your national competitions so you can already see that
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the talented ones have the challenge that they have to heat specific milestones
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to actually reach the competitions or we can every movie from them and they have a coaching staff for coaches
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that actually paid and support it to make sure that that happens that's all the funding models or
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so we need to think about it when we support there's train more we also noise that that our large investments
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in the premier league all the professional clot seven academy uh they start from a nine years of age they you you
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development so that our kids without full time receiving training everyday
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in a structured manner and they looked after by staff
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ah there's been an explosion in football academies in china
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that body engaged is a full time athletes
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uh there are a lot of mates in or probably will been legends about the number millions of
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table tennis players that that in china the sing to train twenty four hours a day so
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you'd sports is actually paid mated we'd mythology and we've been legends about
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how many hours the train if you ask any coaching any sport
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they will tell you that somebody somewhere restraining double the time with the athletes
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and the reason why we have all the proliferation this information is
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because there is a lack of real information about what happens
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uh and at the schools are going so this is singapore sports school where i work we have a school where
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we have full time athletes each twelve to eighteen years of age and the train every day twice of that
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so these reality things like this happening why is this happening
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because uh there's about idea reasons uh some yeah and
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yeah please go through a a lot of parents pressure to try to be full time and become champions
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that that funding in financial initiatives some kids uh
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i've now really funded and supported to to become super talent or there are national governing bodies
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that fondue programs and in my knowledge working different counties i don't know of any
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funding that said oh you can assume million dollars that we're actually not interested in what do we
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now we're interested to see what do we need fifteen years down doesn't more like that
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scholarship chances in us the biggest challenge is the the front everybody's to even to
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try to be a pro actually go to high school and get a scholarship
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a celebrity culture that is applied of kids that have social media channels with
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millions of followers just because they are good at doing a particular spoil
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and sadly most of this gets never make it to adolescence you they disappear they never become champions worry
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and a little bit on the social economic situation so so we
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we are observing this we have a a slow time athletes
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supporting structures in place but what's been happening to coaching in all this
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uh and these fascinating to me there uh i i i'm qualified in different sports as a coach and
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and and and i'm i'm finding this quite curious
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so most of the coaching qualification programs inadmissible
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focus on youth training only at the beginning of the courtship qualification process
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so you get exposed on how to coach gets in your level one and level two courses
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but when you become a master coach that that's the last thing is cover
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because the expectation is that you're going to go see your like
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so we should probably rethink a little bit the the coaching part of bands that what
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this coach indication and and how we help a bit more of these aspect
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and also the other thing is that we are uh
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uh nowadays there is a platter of volunteer coaches
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but that is now a proliferation of a sports
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school's football academies sports activities as parents
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we pay most of the times for our kids to be coach by somebody
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but we're very pedantic when it comes to knowing what the teachers do in school
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we want to to just to be qualified we want to teachers to be
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up to date with the latest pedagogy we wanted to just to be good with our kids
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but we are happy to abandon our children in the hands of people that are
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completely unqualified most of that so i i think we need to reflect on
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yeah on this information and this is the number of people with the uh sports science degree of some sort that
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out could we employed and it is a lot of people they get decent don't actually work in sport
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so maybe the whole coaching a scenario needs to be uh we talk about
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and it's pork is a big interstate fifteen billion dollars interest in us only time might be some uh so
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a incredibly important but what do we know about training so we have the situation but what we know about training
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uh we know that keeps train and uh uh a lot of them train more than others
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there is no clear guidelines on how much the kids should actually train because the doubt that a
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bit confusing what we know from this paper a very good paper from or should tell
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in a yeah c. g. s. sports so centimetres clemson seconds anything you can
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measure it seems that their children the train a bit too much
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at a very early age they don't become a lead as
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adults but children that train this task training more after
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puberty date become elite as apple's small cohort good observation two hundred forty
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three athletes immediately was kind of an interesting uh part of that
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but when we want to know how much they actually train if we look at what's available in
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the literature then it gets a bit confusing so these are uh a couple papers summarised here
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so in athletics they seem to train the more the older
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they get the more they train in gymnastics they train
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a lot more than what the others any swimming dating a lot more than athletics so well these tells us
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it is that really did these and a guideline of what is appropriate
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for a child because if it if it thirteen years old
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boy go can to seventeen point four hours a week of gymnastics
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why ten point two hours of swimming can be considered too much or vice versa
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the reality is that as scientists we need to admit that we don't know about this
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and these are data from a football academies profession for what calendars from the
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premier league uh one of my colleagues gimme access to this information
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this is the amount of hours there uh of training per week in
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a football or straining conditioning or other forms of training they increase
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and then when they get to fifteen sixteen eighteen or twenty one because
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they have a congested a competition schedule they train less so again
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there's a lot of things we read in the press about they train to match this is
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why they burned out i it might not be the case where is the action
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so and all this information seems to to gravity about two things one
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is the ten thousand hours now so they need to do a
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certain amount of hours to to be good and the other one is exposed to the injury all the kind of thing but
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is fine really overexposure telling as any sit because at the end of the day we have to
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prescribe train and by knowing the time do we really have enough information to do that
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so we know from uh the studies we've seen before that there
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is a dose response to strength training exercising and kids
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and we know that we need at least one it's a week's five
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sets of exercise six to eight repetitions these intense the t.
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four minutes rest between sets to improve muscle slanting in in chip
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so if you wanna get stronger you got to train
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and we've seen before they if you want to improve your arabic costly
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uh you've got to run and a surprise surprise your uh changing peak you too
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uh would be bigger if you weren't fit and if you're very very fit is less even in children
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but you need at least three four sessions per week forty to sixty minutes duration it needs
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to be a high intensity you need at least two twelve weeks of consistent training try
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so what is this telling us it not the four keys to get back to they've got to train
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so what we have gone we like paul arising i'm writing we now gone from
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training a lot of training harder training like apples and we're now going
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the other way or work it shouldn't really be training because its
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dangers again injuries and all that kind of stuff and so we we we now tolerance and the truth is probably the though
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and i have to say sometimes we we get confused excellent research you're from uh
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and and the three and the you you you will hear about it tomorrow
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but then it gets picked up by the press and then these generic recommendations come out
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which are good for the kids that don't train march so don't
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spend more hours per week in your age playing sports
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do not spend more than twice as much time playing goldeneye sports you
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spend image em do not specialise in one sport before late adolescence
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do not play sports competitively or rather take a braille competition one two three months
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take at least a day off from training in sports this is great
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tom daly fourteen years old beijing olympic style became senior will champion this yeah
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so who does that apply to is a general problem or is the steely yeah yeah like and
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i think we're talking about two different things e. and we need to reflect on that
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what we know for sure is that training can improve performance
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even young athletes in parallel would go the maturation ends and many times we don't know how to
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isolated to we've seen a great talking early this morning about peak at the last
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me scully till age the realities that they go they get back to
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uh and and then training is unaffected and is very very difficult to isolate the affected people
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but in order to get back to they have got to train so the question is not
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training not training is what is the appropriate dose of training that they need to sustain
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because the risk is that if the doe's is too high then we end up with a lot
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of injuries we end up with burnout and and the actually doesn't make it really that
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so i'll tell you a little bit about what we do uh if you don't know what i spot academy is is uh
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is a a beautiful place uh in the middle of the desert yeah in a very small county court qatar
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uh and that is about three hundred thousand cut out is believed there
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and the total population is two point to a million people
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a sporting the middle east is uh a little bit different from what you would expect in in the western world
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so we we have a town maybe program below going to schools we
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find kids they want to be engaging sport and have the
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the traits it to be engaged sport what we try to do is we try to transform that
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a potential into metal lists and this is probably a our best successful story with what
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does bush in which became world champion this year that up with a distance
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how do we go about it uh so the first thing that we're trying to do is we are trying to
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document training we have some excellent coaches at this by and so what we do is we want to
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document what they do the the biggest problem i have as a coach if i want to start the program which fourteen years
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old track and field athletes all which fourteen years old speed skaters
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is that the d.'s radially and manual i can access
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and most of the information on training prescription is is either adapted from adults
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or it's part of the sporting culture because everybody is done that everybody's doing a
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but the reason actually a menu of activities that are appropriate so what we do is we we
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document what we do with the coaches and pretty much we try to use this uh
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this thing uh if if you are a cyclist or try after it you know you know what that means if
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it's not on star i didn't happen so we try we try to get records of what we do
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with databases and we deploy a lot of technology to do that not only
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to capture the information but also to interact with the coaching staff
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share data but also we do with the boys we want them to be part
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of the education process we want them to understand what they do every day
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why do you do it and hopefully they will learn and the woman with a bit more
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uh because that that releasing the detail and we are learning a lot so we the approaching spore signs
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we use is not to dictate what we do but it's actually to learn with the coaching staff
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and trying to find better ways of training young athletes that we have
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so the user databases is very important uh this is an example we
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would publish some of the already but well we try to do
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all these are a time in different trainings owns this is not
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products into unscrew the ad what score the training opening it
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but we try to flag up to the coaching staff if there are
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particular issues so they receive a report like that to say look
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there is a huge problem here with monotony and straining this particular board so we need to think about a week to change something
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uh uh_huh and one of the other things i'm passionate about this is this thing of quantifying load
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uh and what we found with the young courts a session of
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bees now becoming very popular way of quantifying trading block
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and what we found we don't worry and courts is that they are really not that reliable when it comes to
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uh expressing their perception of effort for but i'd have probably a mix of cultural reason or
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ability to rate themselves and i think this is true in other parts of the will
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uh but also my bike there is that having only session happy
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it's not different from time exposure it doesn't tell me what's actually happened in the
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training session doesn't allow me to change so i'll give you an example
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so we have fourteen years old boys for voice they all competing training different sports
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they have completed the training session and the duration of the training session is
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pretty similar so sixteen point four minutes seventy minutes seventy to seventy two
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they all rated the session has seven so when you move to buy the session that be you get
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this particular school now if i yeah that as a coach if i to see these people
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and you tell me they've been training to match what do i change i have no idea
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i only have to ration in perception so why change your perception of what changed
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adoration and what do i change inside the change of perception have no
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when you actually look at the details of those sessions they wear wedding uh i national
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measurements units g. p. s. is so we could measure the distance they covered
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the number of acceleration zen deceleration slip or fall and also we
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had talked about but look at how different the picture looks
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like so we have the session happy the lower session that b. is actually the kid that was running the mouse
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but also here heist similar session happy these guys run this person
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run a thousand it is more than the table tennis player
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and it a lot less exhibitions at the tennis table tennis player so
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quantifying in prescribing training for young athlete needs to take
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into account not only the duration and exposure
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and the perception but the details of what we do because the details of what goes injuries
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and the details of what make a training program more or less effective
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so what we should be doing is documenting this thing in there and yes that you'll
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so the way we go about it is we design dashboard and i
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dunno linux back and how having a conversation with a coach
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and they are designed with the court so the coach tells us all the time what he wants to see
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how we wants to interact so these things are quite dynamic they never got the same every
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two months things change the coach wants to see something more something less or something different
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uh and also one of the other things that we've been working on in particular
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sports is that we measure pretty much every training session the boys do
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and we corrected eyes them according to how the coach operates
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so the coach can and uh assess for example what to
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be from boys oh they respond to the same session
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or how one boy response to different sections so we start building the library of activities for
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them because they're the best qualified people to the side of the training program or
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so what we try to do is we try to gather evidence to may have better decisions
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not together evidence to tell them what to do the evidence is there is they do the training
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sessions we're there to make sense of it and we hope to make sense of it
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and some of the data that we are now starting to used to interrogate
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because we have these databases we can now starting to really think so
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these are data from um from uh some of our into and steam uh already published
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and they seem to be a link between the incidence the
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running exposure but also the the running distance now
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so we we starting to get some buttons all the information that we can use to change tactics
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uh and we are also experimenting a little bit with these concepts so we using
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the brought for factor which is a a former used in a h. r.
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to pretty much assess the influence of sporadic absences from work
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on performance and and is used to fly got employees that should be fired
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while he will we try to do is that we try to fly got
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if there are patterns in absences that should modify the training program
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so because we know the athletes mine is training sessions because either they don't like it or the the injuries
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by capturing these data uh we can tell the coach okay the skied seems to miss some key sessions
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so you have to modify the training or there's been a lot of buttons of injury so you need to modify the training yeah
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and this is why because even if they are all in the same squat so this is the athletics and wouldn't stain
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and this is an eight months uh observation uh and the column is an individual aptly we call
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that every activity they do bike five click heels according to the terminology of the code
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and you can see that not only the total hours of training of different despite the fact that they're all together
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but also the content of training changes because the coaches in the dallas
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attorney prescription and surprise surprise this could go to be interesting
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so off we if we keep doing that we might be able to have the information that is relevant to that
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court should that particular group to say look when you go over these amount of hours you run into risks
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and when you you do too much of this activity you run into risks
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so we can transform knowledge into action when it comes to twenty prescription
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what we also try to do is to track their performance progression so training is
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always willing to performance we train young athletes all deftly senior athletes too powerful
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and what we need to try to understand this what is the expected the improvement
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performance here on here in particular in sports what we can measure that
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so these are data from uh from italy from the italian database and
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this is the long john a high jump along chunking men and
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women we track every individual we have more more than six thousand individually the database and what we were trying to look at is
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is there a difference between elite performance at seniors i used level
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the day progress in the same way as the rest of the pack or do they progressed differently
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and what we found is that already then early age they have rate
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of progression of the p. b. is bigger than the others
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so this is the measure that we should use when we assess the progression of young athletes
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is not how they look like on a particular day because in that
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case we have the risk of selecting a limit to us
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but it's their progression on the pathway that might tell us in which direction to go
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and we've published now this doubt though and we have more data that support
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this and pretty much all the data we have our own saying that
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it's very unlikely that the elite seen you perform it appears on the
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radar in many athletics this it leads at a very early age
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so your best bet is actually on the lake mature but you've got
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to identify them by making sure you know how everybody's progressing
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so training and performance have to go hand in hand and we have to
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use science to provide more and better information for the coaching staff
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so what are the opportunities there's lots of challenges that there's lots of things to do
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uh i think the opportunities i here but this is a plea to the scientific community
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i i don't i'm not an academic i'm an academic by accident i say
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uh but we need to start accepting in the literature and presenting
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in the literature studies that are relevant to the practitioner
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we have to start to report things that happen for really the real world
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because that's the only way to uh that's the only way to stop that would bring legends
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uh we have to have more case studies so any case study about
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spectacular side injuries of athletes or incredible development of athletes or applet see stories
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should be published even if it's an enter one we always forget
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that part role role is conditioning studies on one dog
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we don't need to have two hundred people so anybody in the audience involved besides please
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do write things that caught with this kind of stuff because they're very important
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we need more wanting to be no reporting studies this what we're trying to do
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we're trying to document to share because it's the only way to uh
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there is no study do it but if you studies actually from the uh from the norwegian t.
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a bit of following the study the training easterly of champions will we need more
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information about longitudinal reporting and that means there would be no control a group
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that means a what there would be holes in that uh that means that would be easy to use but
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this is what happens in the real world so writing science can only help if it becomes more apply
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and this is one of the reasons why why i came here and what i'm passionate about this is
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that the only way to solve these issues and help yeah i'm catholics coaches parents used to
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pull the forces together work together intonational groups anybody wants to be
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involved we really need to to do more about it
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and finally is about the same emission um this is a a survey that
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we did with about eight hundred and twenty track and field coaches worldwide
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and see look at how many read information in scientific journals and
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the reasons that many a day of retaining complicated ways
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day out behind pay walls get not easily accessible so we produce
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a lot of knowledge date doesn't go to the client
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so anybody working signs should strive to make that knowledge available to everybody
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else so we need to rethink how we how we communicate
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and there's a lot of all been legends that have existing not only in senior sports but also in youth sports
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where we have no evidence to actually see if it's too ought
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not to see works or not so clear they station
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is a big thing that he still use in the terminology in the
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planning of training actually we are very scarce evidence of beeps
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real effectiveness in adult athletes and i can tell you that is absolutely no evidence whatsoever in yeah yeah it's
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so we should probably think about progression of training rather than peter the station what is appropriate to progress
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a strength training for years and still there are strong coaching
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communities that are against strain training for young athletes
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because they say makes you slow oh you have you don't go anymore you you stay small
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and the evidence is there is actually a white stone hours of cracked is
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we should collect more information about how much prejudice is done in every sport in
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different parts of the world and what's the content of the fact is
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uh because we measure our voice and i can tell you that despite the fact that
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they have a schedule two hours training session they never train for two hours
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in between them the voice that you just sit down off a session so even many of the pete immunology
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studies we do we need to be a bit more critical about what actually happened when they were trained
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and then by the means there is always a special but i mean the kid can take to go faster
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so we really need to capture the information and in for the coaching and parents can easily that
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so uh let's summarise a little bit what we know i'm
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yelling tradition introduction of strength and conditioning ease needed
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to address specific issues and guarantee of like longevity our kids known play outside in the states anymore
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we've got to make them robust enough to train they gotta get stronger and ways to do that is strengthened
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improvements hindrance capacity sprinting abilities and skills are possible with
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uh probably progressions wished integrate all from great waterfall
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we can get them back to but we need to prescribe training that is appropriate for them
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a training plan should be developed to minimise injuries at a younger age and maximise development
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we're thinking about along the but also we need to to make sure that we
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they are resilient enough but also the resisting this back when they somebody other than
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a nutrition education have access so important we see these phenomena now around
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the world keeps donate the appropriate food at the wrong time
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with the prong things you know see you just look at their lunch packets when they go to school india over five what you say
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and for a yankee aptly no matter what level it is very important that they have the
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appropriate level of nutrition for what they are going to experience because many times acting
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injuries and illness occurs because they are not said playfully and they're not fully and just
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and i think as scientists we should also rephrase
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when we make advice always write papers
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there is a large difference between uh training advice for this child
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as compared to this child as compared to this trial
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little children one is going to be early beginnings in the other one is watching it on the playstation
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so we need to think about it a few things research should focus on specific aspects of each sport
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to provide more relevant information filtering prescriptions at the end of the
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day the coaches need prescription that is relevant to the sport
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a table tennis coach wants to know what they need to do for table tennis not generic x. hours et cetera and all
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these these efforts would be of no use if the coaching imprints communities would not have access to weapons is so
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use social media right boss do things that put the information
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out there doing for graphics everybody likes info graphic
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but do something to to make sure that the right information goes in the
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right places uh i thank you for attention desire my contact details
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but before i close i need to depend quite a lot of people so all the stuff that you
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get to see i don't work on my own there's there's a large stuff that aspire academy
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uh we work every day to try to do their some of the other were from a

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Welcome
Frederic Koehn, President Young Athletes Forum Foundation
21 Sept. 2017 · 1:18 p.m.
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Opening address
Boris GOJANOVIC
21 Sept. 2017 · 1:22 p.m.
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Biological Maturation and the Path to Success: Before and After the Fact
Manuel COELHO-E-SILVA, Biological Maturation and the Path to Success: Before and After the Fact
21 Sept. 2017 · 1:31 p.m.
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Designing pathways to success – part kaleidoscope, part microscope
Jason GULBIN, Designing pathways to success – part kaleidoscope, part microscope
21 Sept. 2017 · 1:53 p.m.
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Talent ID and Development: Why doing the “right thing” is not always the “best thing
Ross TUCKER , Talent ID and Development: Why doing the “right thing” is not always the “best thing
21 Sept. 2017 · 2:16 p.m.
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Resistance training during long-term athlete development
Urs GRANACHER
21 Sept. 2017 · 2:52 p.m.
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The development of aerobic power in young athletes
Grégoire MILLET
21 Sept. 2017 · 3:15 p.m.
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Fueling the young athlete
Asker JEUKENDRUP
21 Sept. 2017 · 3:36 p.m.
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Training young athletes: challenges and opportunities
Marco CARDINALE
21 Sept. 2017 · 4:01 p.m.
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TRAINING THE YOUNG ATHLETE - Q&A
Panel
21 Sept. 2017 · 4:33 p.m.
Coaching from junior to the top of the world (Lara Gut)
Patrick Flaction, Elitment
21 Sept. 2017 · 5:20 p.m.
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Knee ligament injuries in immature athletes
Franck CHOTEL
22 Sept. 2017 · 7:48 a.m.
Osteochondral lesions
Franck ACCADBLED
22 Sept. 2017 · 8:11 a.m.
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INJURIES WITH THE ORTHOPEDISTS - Q&A
Panel
22 Sept. 2017 · 8:54 a.m.
Back pain in young athletes
Liba SHEERAN
22 Sept. 2017 · 9:34 a.m.
Long term sequelae of youth overuse injuries
Mark BATT
22 Sept. 2017 · 10:19 a.m.
OVERUSE INJURIES - Q&A
Panel
22 Sept. 2017 · 10:40 a.m.
Concussions in young athletes : myths and reality
Christopher NEWMAN
22 Sept. 2017 · 10:52 a.m.
Screening for heart disease in sports – nonsense or necessary?
Matthias WILHELM
22 Sept. 2017 · 11:16 a.m.
Competitive Sport & Health: hidden issues
Gordon MATHESON
22 Sept. 2017 · 12:04 p.m.
Injury prevention programs : The 11+ Kids Project
Mario BIZZINI
22 Sept. 2017 · 2:12 p.m.
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Parents’ Knowledge of Sport Psychology and Nutrition
Dr Camilla J. Knight
22 Sept. 2017 · 3:57 p.m.
Closing Address
Frederic Koehn, President Young Athletes Forum Foundation
22 Sept. 2017 · 6:04 p.m.