Highlights of the episode:
- Using an iPhone calendar
- Write down your non-negotiables for the day
- Filter tasks from low, medium, and high-energy tasks
- Why Coaches must embrace chaos
- Benefits of implicit-based learning
Embracing Chaos to Take Your Athletes to the Next Level
As a Strength & Conditioning Coach, it can be hard to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of high-performance sports. To make sure that your athletes are well prepared for competitive settings, you must embrace chaos as part of your training program. By embracing chaos and its associated implicit-based learning and coordinative-based training methods, you can ensure that your athletes are better equipped to handle real-world situations and master the dynamics of different environments. Let’s take a look at how this works.
Implicit-based learning encourages athletes to think on their feet and make quick decisions based on changing scenarios in order to succeed. It requires coaches to create an intense and dynamic environment in which athletes can thrive while being challenged by unexpected circumstances. In this way, they become more adept at problem-solving, making quick decisions, and adjusting their actions in response to these unforeseen events. This type of learning has been proven to increase decision-making speed, cognitive control, physical development, motor capabilities, and coordination in athletes.
This type of training enables coaches to develop various movement patterns that are important for athletic performance while simultaneously teaching them how they should be performed under certain conditions or situations. It involves using a variety of exercises that require coordination between multiple body parts or muscle groups as well as stability drills such as balancing and jumping exercises. These movements help improve motor control and neuromuscular reaction times which can be applied in any situation or environment on the field or court.
By embracing chaos within their training program, Strength & Conditioning Coaches can provide their athletes with invaluable learning experiences that will give them a competitive edge over their opponents when competing in high-performance sports settings. Through implicit-based learning and coordinative-based training methods, these coaches can ensure that their athletes are better equipped to handle real-world situations and master the dynamics of different environments through enhanced decision-making abilities, cognitive control, physical development, motor capabilities, and coordination skills. Embrace chaos today!