With the aim of providing an ever-greater spectacle, sports have undergone many changes throughout their history, making them more dynamic and entertaining. These changes were made possible due to new rules and scientific advancements, which have had a powerful effect on training processes and have helped to build athletes that are faster, stronger and more athletic.
The predominance of the physical factor in sports has, as a consequence, given a greater role to physical trainers in the construction of training processes; and the latter cannot ignore the speed and precision required for decision-making during competition. As a result, a physical trainer cannot set out to train his or her players without contemplating the behavioral component of sports.
In this Certificate you will learn about the different physiological profiles in team sports, as well as how these influence training programs. You will also get to know the latest training methodologies.
Starting with the aspect of strength, you will learn how to prepare effective training programs, choosing the right methods with respect to the needs of your team and your athletes.
We will carry out a process for analyzing and assessing injury risk factors that provide the basis for preventive interventions as well as the injury prevention strategies that have been proven effective.
We will also analyze the needs of team sports, as well as the resources and time frames that we have for generating an adequate proposal that makes use of tests for assessing motor skills and their corresponding measurements.