LONG-TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT BOXING CANADA
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Physical Literacy in Hamilton

 

Ten Key Factors

Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is based on sport research, coaching best practices, and scientific principles. LTAD expresses these principles, research, and practices as 10 Key Factors essential to athlete development.

To optimize the development of our athletes, we need to take advantage of the best sport science and best practices in coaching and training. Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) does this by codifying important elements of sport science and coaching practices into the 10 Key Factors of LTAD:

  1. Physical Literacy
  2. Specialization
  3. Developmental Age
  4. Sensitive Periods
  5. Mental, Cognitive and Emotional Development
  6. Periodization
  7. Competition 
  8. Excellence Takes Time
  9. System Alignment and Integration
  10. Continuous Improvement – Kaizen 

 

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