(Kopie 2)

 

Conditioning Coach 

(340 lessons)

Theory

  • Purpose and special features of conditional training in competitive sports
  • Development tendencies in conditional training at higher performance levels
  • Theoretical and practical basics of special exercises and forms of training in conditional training
    • Strength training
    • Endurance training
    • Flexibility training
    • Coordinative and speed training
    • Faster regeneration after high training load
    • Recreational sport
    • Proprioceptive training
    • Rehabilitation training after sports injuries
  • Regulation of training processes
  • Structure of training sessions
  • Warm-up and cool-down exercises
  • Basics of performance diagnostics
  • Complex and emphasized development of performance prerequisites
  • Sports-motor tests and assessment methods
  • Ergonomics in the training process

Practice

  • Methodology and forms of organization in strength training
  • Training with dumbbells, barbells and training machines
  • Methods and forms of training in endurance training
  • Introduction to cardio training machines
  • Methods and forms of training in coordinative and speed training
  • Perception/proprioceptive training
  • Functional gymnastics/gymnastic exercises
  • Minor games
  • Recreational sports
  • Sport-motor tests and assessment methods

General Science of Training and Movement

(35 lessons)

  • Scientific correlations between sports performance/performance structure and athletic training/training structure
  • Influence of special biological, psychological and motor features of ontogenesis on the long-term development of sports performances
  • Concept of external and internal load; loading principles; principles of performance development; long-term performance development
  • Motor learning process/technical training and methodical consequences for athletic training in competitive sports
  • Basics and methodology of athletic training of selected personal performance prerequisites
    • Endurance abilities
    • Strength abilities
    • Speed abilities
    • Coordinative abilities

and their consequences for the training in competitive sports.

Sports medicine

(70 lessons)

  • Basics of:
    • Biochemistry
    • Physiology
    • Anatomy
  • Clinical physiology
  • Pathophysiology (diseases of the heart, the cardiovascular and the pulmonary system)
  • Sports physiology
    • Athlete’s heart
    • Energy metabolisms in sports
    • Performance diagnostics (ECG, spirometry)
  • Sports medicine
    • Internal diseases and sports
    • Sports injuries
    • Overloading

Introduction to Sports Management

(10 lessons)

  • Introduction to fundamental aspects of sports management
  • Basic principles of sports economy
  • Media and sports
  • Sports marketing

Sports Didactics

(14 lessons)

Sports Psychology

(14 lessons)

Introduction to the German Language

(60 lessons)

  • General vocabulary for communication in everyday life
  • Introduction and stabilization of simple grammatical structures
  • Development of listening comprehension
  • Conversation on specific cultural topics with information on social life in the Federal Republic of Germany, exchange of thoughts on various cultures
  • Motivation for further participation in German language classes at Goethe Institutes in the participants’ home countries

Framework program 

Work shadowing in training sessions and excursions to competitions in the chosen sports discipline or in sports for the disabled are part of the study program and contribute to the participants’ expertise in their chosen discpline or specialization.

Furthermore, participants are provided with the opportunity to take part in various sports and leisure activities offered by Leipzig University.