UKA Exercise Classification Hierarchy V1.0 Document
Based on the work of eminent Russian throws coach and training theory expert Anatoli Bondarchuk, the Exercise Classification Hierarchy is a basic system that coaches can employ to help understand how to rationalise and plan their training, on both a short term and long term basis.
The Exercise Classification Hierarchy, can be used with all events and will form the basis of many future presentations on planning and strategy posted here on uCoach. This document defines and describe the UKA Exercise Classification Hierarchy and you may like to browse it while listening to the Exercise Classification Hierarchy audio podcast with Derek Evely and Tom Crick.
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