Competitive Coaches

COMPETITIVE COACHES

Developmental, pre-competitive, or competitive programming, focusing on developing the skills required for competition.

Choose the discipline you want to coach in:

AEROBIC | ACROBATIC | MEN'S ARTISTIC | WOMEN'S ARTISTIC | RHYTHMIC | TRAMPOLINE

Aerobic

In development.


Acrobatic

In development.


Men's Artistic

Competition 1 (Introduction) Course:

The Competition 1 (Introduction) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach athletes in developmental, pre-competitive and basic competitive programs.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to plan a training session
  • Learn how to develop a yearly training plan that integrates training priorities and promotes athlete development
  • Learn how to give athletes basic nutritional advice
  • Learn how to help athletes be mentally prepared for competition
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are trained in Gymnastics Foundations-Artistic and want to learn how to coach:
  • Developmental Recreational athletes
  • Pre-competitive athletes
  • Beginner provincial level competitive athletes
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Competition 2 (Introduction Advanced) Course:

The Competition 2 (Introduction Advanced) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach advanced competitive athletes.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to develop the physical attributes athletes require at this level of gymnastics
  • Learn how to develop a detailed yearly training plan
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are certified Competition 1 coaches and want to learn how to coach advanced competitive athletes.

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Competition 3 (Development) Course

The Competition 3 (Development) course provides coaches with the tools required to help athletes develop more advanced skills.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to structure routines in order to maximize athletes' scores
  • Learn advanced principles of planning, including multiple peaking
  • Learn advanced principles of physical preparation as they apply to this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the reuired technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches must be Level 2 (Comp 2) - CERTIFIED in Men's Artisitic Gymnastics and want to learn how to coach:

  • Competitive male athletes between the ages of 9 to 18+ years in the Specialization, Becoming a Consistent Competitor, and Winning at All Levels phases of LTAD.

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Women's Artistic

Competition 1 (Introduction) Course:

The Competition 1 (Introduction) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach athletes in developmental, pre-competitive and basic competitive programs.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to plan a training session
  • Learn how to develop a yearly training plan that integrates training priorities and promotes athlete development
  • Learn how to give athletes basic nutritional advice
  • Learn how to help athletes be mentally prepared for competition
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are trained in Gymnastics Foundations-Artistic and want to learn how to coach:
  • Developmental Recreational athletes
  • Pre-competitive athletes
  • Beginner provincial level competitive athletes
Sign me up!
Competition 2 (Introduction Advanced) Course:

The Competition 2 (Introduction Advanced) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach advanced competitive athletes.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to develop the physical attributes athletes require at this level of gymnastics
  • Learn how to develop a detailed yearly training plan
  • Learn artistic preparation and choreography
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are certified Competition 1 coaches and want to learn how to coach advanced competitive athletes.

Sign me up!

Competition 3 (Development) Course

The Competition 3 (Development) course provides coaches with the tools required to help athletes develop more advanced skills.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to structure routines in order to maximize athletes' scores
  • Learn advanced principles of planning, including multiple peaking
  • Learn advanced principles of physical preparation as they apply to this level of gymnastics
  • Learn advanced principles of artistic preparation, dance, choreography as they apply to Women's Artisitc Gymnastics
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches must be Level 2 (Comp 2) - CERTIFIED in Women's Artistic Gymnastics and want to learn how to coach:

  • Competitive female athletes between the ages of 9 to 18+ years in the Specialization, Becoming a Consistant Competitor, and Winning at all Levels phases of the LTAD.

Sign me up!


Rhythmic

Competition 1 (Introduction) Course (In pilot phase):
The Competition 1 (Introduction) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach athletes in developmental, pre-competitive and basic competitive programs.
Objectives:
  • Learn how to plan a training session
  • Learn how to develop a yearly training plan that integrates training priorities and promotes athlete development
  • Learn how to give athletes basic nutritional advice
  • Learn how to help athletes be mentally prepared for competition
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are trained in Gymnastics Foundations-Rhythmic and want to learn how to coach:
  • Developmental Recreational athletes
  • Pre-competitive athletes
  • Beginner provincial level competitive athletes

Trampoline

Competition 1 (Introduction) Course (In pilot phase):

The Competition 1 (Introduction) course provides the coach with the theoretical and technical knowledge required to prepare them to coach athletes in developmental, pre-competitive and basic competitive programs.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to plan a training session
  • Learn how to develop a yearly training plan that integrates training priorities and promotes athlete development
  • Learn how to give athletes basic nutritional advice
  • Learn how to help athletes be mentally prepared for competition
  • Acquire the required teaching competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics
  • Acquire the required technical competencies to apply at this level of gymnastics

Prerequisites:

Coaches 16 years and older, who are trained in Gymnastics Foundations-Trampoline and want to learn how to coach:

  • Developmental Recreational athletes
  • Pre-competitive athletes
  • Beginner provincial level competitive athletes

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