Q.1. There is a perception among recreational coaches that performance analysis is only for elite athletes.
Detail the content of a one-page handout for coaching within your sport entitled “Why performance analysis can be helpful for all coaches, and how you can develop a performance analysis sheet”.
Q.2. Using a sport of your choice describes in detail five actions you would take as a coach in order to reduce the risk of injury to your athletes.
Q.3. (a)When learning a sports skill we pass through a number of stages. Explain each stage and outline how the coach’s role can change as the athlete passes through each stage.
(b) Using sports skills of your choice explain when you would use whole practice and when you would use part practice and detail how you would undertake this in a coaching scenario\session.
Q.4. (a) Explain each of the following terms in relation to their relevance to sports performance
(b) Using the headings below, develop\detail an athlete nutritional questionnaire that could be used to identify the quality of their nutritional intake.
Q.5. (a) Skill analysis\fault identification is to a large extent ignored by sports organizations in their beginner coach education programs.
Explain four reasons as to how a beginner’s coach education program would benefit from the inclusion of a skill analysis component.
(b) Taking a sports skill of your choice, outline how you would approach analyzing an athlete’s performance (national standard) under the following headings
Q.6. (a) Explain any four of the following terms
(b) Outline a three-week early season training program for a sport and group of your choice. In your answer, you should give a background to the group and also give reasons for the material you have included in your training program.