Who is this class for: This course is designed for students who have completed The science of training young athletes: Part 1, or for those who have some exercise physiology background.


Created by:  University of Florida

  • Dr. Chris Brooks

    Taught by:  Dr. Chris Brooks, Instructor

    Coaching Science Coordinator for USA Track and Field
LevelIntermediate
CommitmentThis course is five weeks long with an estimated 3 - 4 hours per week
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 16 ratings

The very very good course. The great teacher. Bravo

Again as it was the first edition, this second part of The Sciene of Training Young Athletes has been amazing. A must-know knowledge for every coach in every sport. This second edition is even more specific and focus on practical training issues. Doubtless I will repeat any new edition. It would be very interesting a lesson-module focus on nutritional aspects and advices! Thanks a lot for such a wonderful organization.

The course is very informative - what I wanted was to gain a basic understanding of coaching/training so as to better understand the details of exercising. Instead of looking on various sources on internet with questionable reliability I chose to complete this course. I have also completed Part 1 which I highly recommend.

great course!