client is in good health but has some challenges and limitations…including; needing help with agility exercises and difBicult coordination drills. But,some of her strengths include reaction time drills and Jacobs ladder.
2. An evaluation of your client’s agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, and speed.
Agility-‐Needs help but is slowly improving.
Balance-‐ She has incredible balance…which will come in handy when trying to stand up on her surf board.
Coordination-‐ One of her weaknesses, but this is the number 1 drill we always work on.
Power-‐ She is very powerful.(working on knowing her strengths)
Reaction time-‐This is her best drill.Not much needs to improve here.
Speed-‐This is her 2nd best activity…. she says,”this is my favorite exercise because it always kills me.”
3. An itinerary with at least four physical challenges that your client will encounter and the relevant Bitness related skills required to be successful in each activity.
One-‐High waves will make it a challenge to balance.
Working on having good balance.
Two-‐ Being able to push up on the board.
Having strong leg and arm muscles.
Three-‐Being able to balance on the board.
Being able to do the yuno board.
Four-‐ Being able to pull your body weight up after you fall of the board.
Skill(s)-‐ Being able to do pull ups.
4. At least four training exercises designed to prepare and improve your client’s overall agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, and speed. (from milestone one)
a yuno board to improve balance.
pull ups to improve arm strength/agility
clapping drills to improve reaction time.
to improve speed.
explanation of how your training plan will apply the principles of speciBicity, progression, overload (FITT principles), reversibility, and tedium. •
SpeciBicity-‐ This workout plan is speciBied for people learning