Raná specializace nebo trénink odpovídající vývoji?
Už jsme se seznámili s nejvýznamnějšími zásadami tvorby racionálního tréninkového plánu. Nyní se zaměříme více na zásady rozvoje vašich potomků či svěřenců od raného dětství.
Early or late specialization?
We have already introduced the most important principles of creating a rational training plan. Now we will focus more on the principles of development of your descendants or charges from early childhood.
How to make a training plan?
Even a simple plan is better than a brilliant inconsistency. I would like to start this article with this statement because it perfectly captures the essence of this article. Here, I focus on the principles behind creating a good training plan and that can lead to a long-term growth in training and performance.
Approximately 10,000 hours of training lead to mastery in any field of human activity. Exceptionally talented athletes will reach the peak performance in less needed time. Even so, many athletes, chess masters, musicians, and other artists, as well as surgeons and craftsmen, confirms the 10,000-hour rule. But this mentioned rule is not enough to simply pass in some way. In must always be a deliberate, systematic, and planned process. Especially in sport, the unthinking and haphazard nature of the training process can lead to either brilliant or tragic results. It can lead to an extremely rapid rise in fitness once, while the other time it can lead to fatal overtraining. A key characteristic of sophisticated training process management is the predictability (forecastability) of the performance or athletic form of the trainee. The coach doses the training units of a specific type, volume, and intensity so that the athlete's form peaks at the key events of the season.