Strength and Conditioning Games for Improved Fitness and Performance

by Jay Dawes, MS

Description

Learn how to disguise work as play and make every training session fun for athletes and non-athletes, all of whom may have different goals. Learn a variety of games that are designed to address strength, multidirectional speed and explosiveness. Cardiovascular health and functional performance will also be discussed.
By Jay Dawes, MS

Additional Content

Session Handout: Download PDF

Session Handout: Download Powerpoint

Available Course Credits

AASFP
0.30
ACE
0.30
ACSM
3.00
CHEK
3.00
CI
3.00
IFPA
3.00
ISFTA
3.00
ISSA
3.00
NASM
0.30
NCCPT
0.30
NCSF
1.50
NESTA
0.30
NETA
3.00
NFPT
0.25
NSPA
3.00
PTAG
3.00
PTIA
3.00
REPS NZ
2.25
REPs UAE
3.00
REPs UK
3.00
W.I.T.S.
3.00

Video Chapters

1. Introduction Play
2. Potential Benefits Of Strength And Conditioning Games Play
3. The Research Play
4. Programing Play
5. Selecting Intensity Play
6. Warm-Up Games Play
7. Group Games #1 Play
8. Group Games #2 Play
9. Group Games #3 Play
10. Everybody Is It! Play
11. Group Games #4 Play
12. Strength Based Activites Play
13. Questions And Answers Play

About the Presenter

Jay Dawes, MS

Jay Dawes, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Jay Dawes, MS, is the director of education for the National Strength and Conditioning Association in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he is also an assistant coach at NSCA?s Human Performance Center...