• By: Pedro Candeias
  • Date: 04/23/2017

PLAN YOUR KARATE SESSIONS LIKE A TOP COACH!!!

A Quick Guide to Plan Your Karate Sessions Like a Top Coach – Without Wasting Your Precious Time

 

Hello Karate friend,

 

Before you go deep into this article please read the next posts about Karate Training Periodization!!

 

 

Don’t be like 90% of the people that just want quick and superficial tips about their work… Those that only want to see 10 seconds of a fancy video on Facebook or Youtube and have learn “curiosities” to teach their students.

 

Join the 10% that really invest time and effort to learn more than the majority and become a real KARATE PRO!!

 

Did you read the articles above?!?

 

If yes, GREAT!!! Welcome to the group that REALLY want to take their classes to higher levels…

 

Today, we’re going to give you Karate Science Academy’s perspective of the best Periodization strategies for each one of your classes!

 

In a resumed way and with easy-to-read charts so you can have these knowledge always available in your smartphone…

 

 

PENDULUM MODEL – STRENGTH TRAINING FOR KARATE

 

For Karate-specific strength training you can use Pendulum strategy with confidence.

 

 

To read more about Pendulum Periodization model click here.

 

 

THE 2 BEST STRATEGIES FOR REGULAR KARATE STUDENTS

 

If you have classes in your Dojo that are composed mostly by students that train 2 or 3 times per week you can use these two Periodization strategies: ATR Model and Multi-Targeted Block Periodization!

 

To read more about ATR Periodization click here.

 

To read more about Multi-Targeted Block Periodization click here.

 

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HIGHLY-FLEXIBLE STRATEGIES FOR KARATE ATHLETES  OR PRIVATE LESSONS

 

If you have groups in your Dojo that dedicate 4 or more sessions per week…

 

Athletes that dedicate their time to competition or Free-Athletes that don’t compete but want to achieve greater levels of performance in their practice…

 

If you train those athletes or free-athletes in very small groups or even private sessions you should personalize their training week by week or even session by session.

 

Non-Linear Flexible Periodization and Bondarchuk Model are the best guides for that.

 

To read more about Non-Lineat Flexible Periodization and Bondarchuk model click here.

 

 

HIGH-INTENSITY STRATEGY FOR TOP-LEVEL SPORT’S KARATEKA

 

If you train Top-Level & High-Performance athletes…

 

… and if the main goal is to maintain great levels of performance for a long period in during the season you can choose Structural Model – Tschiene.

 

It can be a good strategy if the goal is to accumulate ranking points in a multi-tournament competition.

But be aware of something very important!

 

Tschiene strategy can take your athletes to a burnout… Be sure that you use it with the right Karateka and that you keep their physical and psychological response under control!

 

If you have doubts you should go for other models…

 

To read more about Pendulum Periodization model click here.

 

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AND WHAT ABOUT KIDS!?!

 

First of all, we invite you to read Karate Science Academy’s articles about training with Kids:

 

 

After reading the above articles you will understand better the strategy proposed by Karate Science Academy.

 

With Kids the fundamental Key-Stone of training should be Training Variation!

 

In the chart below you can see general guidelines because it all depends of Kids’ age, their characteristics and their level of training… But you can use the model and adapt it.

 

 

REMEMBER THE 5 KEY STONES OF KARATE PERIODIZATION?!?

 

 

 

 

In the next and last article of this series about Training Periodization you will learn some things with José Mourinho!!!

 

And know how he can help your Kumite athletes to improve their fighting skills…

 

Stay tunned.

 

 

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