Creating a 3 Month Strength & Conditioning Case Study
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The UKSCA assessment can be a very difficult process and the Case Study section has been a real problem for many of the aspiring coaches that I come across during my coaching and mentoring.
These guys are working hard and really keen to get the UKSCA accreditation and start their careers as Strength & Conditioning Coaches, but are being held back by the case study section of the assessment.
They are worrying about:
How to even start the case study and what should be in it?
How to structure the presentation so it looks professional and they don’t make mistakes
How they even chose their athlete?
What’s involved in assessing their athlete, like what tests to do and when to do them?
Where can they find the information for the needs analysis and what should it look like?
How do they present the final case study?
What their programme should look like?
I found these issues came up in everyone I was working with, so I have put together this Presentation to answer ALL of those types of questions with a strep-by-step guide to ensure that everyone who watches it can get started producing a quality case study immediately.
If you’re a coach looking to get the UKSCA accreditation and you’re struggling with the case study this 40 minute presentation will show you exactly what to do to put together a credible, respectable and quality Case Study presentation to help you pass your assessment.
What’s covered in the presentation?
The presentation covers a 6-step process to conducting a quality 3 Month Strength & Conditioning Case Study. Here’s exactly what’s in it:
How to structure your actual assessment presentation
How to pick your athlete
How to perform the needs analysis of your athlete and their sport
How to form a programme rationale
How to lay out your programme
How to Review your programme
The step-by-step process will eliminate the road blocks and questions that are holding you back from producing a case study that will pass the UKSCA assessment process.