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Parisi Performance Coaches should follow a general to specific programming format with multi-directional speed training.
Coaching rapid triple-flexion is the first step in coaching plyometric training.
Maximum velocity sprinting elicits the highest _____________
Having athletes work up to a reactive environment in a training session is a ___________ from Q2 anchor drills
Novice athletes should stay with scripted agility training only.
Change of direction training focuses on rapid, pre-planned changes in movement
An athletes base of support is wide, but relative to an their individual ability to generate the most amount of force.
Multidirectional training begins with the mechanics of acceleration, deceleration and lateral movement.
A 5/10/5 is an example of a ______ application.
Repeated side running in and out of a ‘hockey stop’ is an example of a ______ application.
Agility & maneuverability is also rapid in nature, like C.O.D, but has a more reactionary response which are unplanned changes in direction.
When designing drills to improve maneuverability, the goal is to challenge an athlete’s ability to manage their angular momentum and maintain their speed when running at discrete angles.
Mass specific strength, also known as relative strength, will promote an athlete’s ability to accelerate and decelerate.
Which of the following is a programming application to train maneuverability?
Maneuverability is an athlete’s ability to maintain speed and balance with angular momentum.
Training sessions that feature mostly jump drills and applications are centered on improving an athlete’s ability to apply force into the ground.
The _______ phase is when musculature transition from an isometric contraction to release the stored energy that occurred during the preceding eccentric phase.
The ______ phase is often characterized as the actual jump itself.
The imagery cue of ‘compressing a spring’ refers to which phase of jump training?
The joint actions associated with plyometrics are….(choose all that apply)