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Derek Evely: Annual Planning in 7 Easy Steps

In this video presentation, Loughborough High Performance Centre Director Derek Evely walks you through how to create an Annual Plan for an athlete in any event.

Evely is the National Performance Centre Director at Loughborough and has coached athletes ranging from Tyler Christopher in the 400m to Gary Reed in the 800m to Dylan Armstrong and Sophie Hitchon in the hammer.

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  • Uploaded: 09.11.2009
  • Duration: 00:52:08
  • Views: 5670

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Comments (8)

  1. Posted by James Copeland on 27/11/2009 at 09:45 PM

    You do have to stay with the lecture but it is worth it. Lots of things to ponder over and lots of comments to make you question your own methods of coaching. The simple model, Preparation/Conditioning Phase, Specific Phase, Competition Period does fit in but very subtley. I think the bottom line is there is no substitute for good planning and you are never too old to learn.

  2. Posted by Urban Bettag on 22/12/2009 at 07:47 PM

    I want to apply the 7 step annual planning process to endurance events. I wonder if there is a baseline blueprint for middle/long distance and marathon, which I then can adapt for individuals?

  3. Posted by Tom Crick on 23/12/2009 at 02:50 PM - Admin Comment

    At present there is no baseline blueprint that is endurance specific. However, you can download the blank template from here:

    http://coaching.uka.org.uk/document/sample-blank-2010-annual-plan-word-document

    and make the adjustments yourself. Some ideas on how to set up the categories for endurance are discussed at the end of the Exercise Classification Hierarchy Podcast here on uCoach.

    Look under the RESOURCES > DOCUMENTS for some more example plans.

  4. Posted by Anthony Church on 18/04/2010 at 11:44 PM

    A question I have is how do you plan for training for hour sessions 3 times a week, and include all the classifications?

  5. Posted by David Sollis on 24/10/2016 at 09:16 PM

    This video is only playing the intro graphics on a loop.

  6. Posted by Richard Buck (uCoach) on 27/10/2016 at 03:00 PM - Admin Comment

    Hi David, I have had a look and reset the video. There are some compatibility issues with these videos that are presently out of our immediate control. The video should work on a google chrome browser, but may not work on mobile devices. I can only apologise for this.

  7. Posted by David Sollis on 27/10/2016 at 08:26 PM

    Thanks Richard. I use a MAC & Safari browser. I’ve tried viewing these on my wife’s windows machine using chrome & they play ok on that.

  8. Posted by Richard Buck (uCoach) on 03/11/2016 at 03:19 PM - Admin Comment

    I ma sorry about this David. It is something we are really pushing to fix, along with some big improvements to the website.

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