Professional Diploma in Strength and Conditioning in Basketball

€ 1200

€ 1200

Start date

Jun 10, 2024

Level: Advanced
Delivery mode: Online-based
Duration: 10 months
Average dedication: 6/8 weekly hours
Delivered in: English

Description

Collective sports in general, and basketball in particular, have based their physical training on the training theory used for individual sports, particularly athletics, so they require a new approach which adapts to their own characteristics and needs. Furthermore, technological advances have provided new tools for physical trainers, sports scientists and coaches, allowing, among other things, the control and assessment of the workload produced by training sessions and/or competitions.
Hence, it is necessary to know this new approach, based on holistic physical training, to apply it to modern basketball with the main objective of optimizing performance and preventing injuries.

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MODULE 1: Physical demands in team sports
MODULE 2: Application of microtechnology to optimise performance in team sports
MODULE 3: Application of microtechnology to prevent injuries in team sports
MODULE 4: Application of inertial systems in different tests in team sports

MODULE 1: Basketball physical and tactical demands. From videos to local positioning systems
MODULE 2: Application of inertial systems to quantify and interpret physical demands in basketball
MODULE 3: Application of positioning systems (global and local) to quantify and interpret physical demands in basketball
MODULE 4: Most frequent injuries (types and mechanisms) in basketball and maximum demand scenarios in basketball.

MODULE 1: Structured training
MODULE 2: Coadjuvant training
MODULE 3: Optimising training
MODULE 4: Structured microcycle

MODULE 1: How to train with a comprehensive approach in basketball
MODULE 2: Proposal for load quantification
MODULE 3: Scheduling of the training proposal. Focus on preseason
MODULE 4: How to modify the structures of a human athlete who practices basketball during preferential simulation situations in the structured model.

MODULE 1: Characteristics of the musculoskeletal system.
Unit 1: Movement from the central nervous system.
Unit 2: Function of the skeletal muscles.

MODULE 2: Muscle action and its relationship to sports.
Unit 1: Types of muscle action.
Unit 2: Interrelationship of muscle action in movement and posture maintenance.

MODULE 3: Systemic changes in detraining and immobilisation.
Unit 1: Detraining in relation to the skeletal muscle.
Unit 2: Muscle hypertrophy.

MODULE 4: Assessment of muscular properties in relation to sport.
Unit 1: Surface electromyography.
Unit 2: Tensiomyography.

MODULE 1: Contextualization: how can we adapt strength training to team sports?
Unit 1: Strength and its relationship to the coordination and cognitive requirements of team sports.
Unit 2: Progression in the difficulty of the strength workload in relation to the specificity of the sport.

MODULE 2: Strength workload methodology in situation sports.
Unit 1: Strength training and the need to work with overload.
Unit 2: Integrating strength workload with the other capabilities.

MODULE 3: Integrating strength workload into planning and programming of situation sports.
Unit 1: Strength in the integrated training of long-term regular league class programming. Examples based on football.
Unit 2: Strength in the integrated training of blocks of preparation – competition programming. Examples based on tennis.

MODULE 4: Strength in the design of sports specific tasks. Examples based on football.
Unit 1: Small-sided games (SSG): characteristics for their design and the relationship with the development of sports ability.
Unit 2: SSG in relation to strength workload.

1.1 Module 1: Force platform testing fundamentals
1.2 Module 2: CMJ understanding variables and phases
1.3 Module 3: Kinematics introduction
1.4 Module 4: Upper Limb Assessment

Module 1: Kinetics in ACL injury risk and rehabilitation (Isokinetics)
Module 2: Kinetics in ACL injury and rehabilitation (Jump-land testing)
Module 3: Kinematics in ACL injury risk and rehabilitation
Module 4: Kinetics & kinematics in lower limb muscle and tendon injury and
rehabilitation-patella and Achilles tendon, groin, hamstring

3.1 Module 1: Additional lower limb dynamic tests (squat jump, drop jump, squat, land & hold).
3.2 Module 2: Lower Limb Isometric Tests
3.3 Module 3: A framework and toolbox for kinetics and kinematics in rehabilitation and Return to Sport
3.4 Module 4: A framework and toolbox for short term load-response monitoring and evaluating chronic adaptations

MODULE 1: Motor Faults
Unit 1: General Concepts
Unit 2: Faults and Corrections

MODULE 2: Special Teaching Methods for Correcting Faults
Unit 1: Teaching Method 1 and 2
Unit 2: Teaching Method 3

MODULE 3: Transference and Interference
Unit 1: Transference
Unit 2: Interference

MODULE 4: Integrative Reading

Learn to

  • Implement the tools, methods and strategies in relation to tactical analysis in football, providing specific skills to satisfy the demand for specific roles by professional clubs.
  • Identify the parameters and tactical elements of the start phase of the game, in order to select, organize and transmit the most important information effectively through the use of technological tools.
  • Understand the importance of ABP in current football and, above all, obtain resources and criteria to develop the analysis of this type of actions.
  • Apply the most relevant theoretical and practical content for the analysis of the high blood pressure phase in football, which will allow you to identify and recognize the different high blood pressure situations, as well as propose tasks for its training.
  • Learn about a new observation methodology focused on Formative Football based on your own team, from training sessions to matches.

Certify your skills

Thanks to our integration with remote supervision technologies, the Verified Certificate of Approval:

  • Guarantee transparency of the certification process.
  • Validates the identity of the certificate holder.
  • Accredits the acquisition of specific competencies and skills.

What does it include?

24-HOUR ACCESS TO STUDY MATERIAL, FROM ANYWHERE, ON ANY DEVICE
Accompaniment, monitoring and virtual support from an expert in the field
ACTIVITIES AND ASSESSMENTS WITH PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK
DISCUSSION FORUMS AND INTERACTION WITH COLLEAGUES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD
CERTIFICATE ISSUED BY BARÇA INNOVATION HUB AND ENDORSED BY THE CORRESPONDING INSTITUTION.
Self-assessment to measure your learning progress

Education

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