This self-paced e-learning course is the first course in a three-part training program which shows coaches, teachers and recreational leaders how to effectively integrate physical literacy movement preparation into their day to day training in order to increase the durability and performance of athletes while decreasing their risk of injury.
In Part 1, you will be introduced to the concept of movement preparation, identifying key components, explaining the role it plays in the development of physical literacy, and providing practical strategies for integrating movement preparation into sport and recreation programs, supporting the development of physical literacy. In Part 2, you will learn about the specific applications of movement preparation as it relates to soccer. Part 3 consists of an in-person on-field / in-gym workshop where you experience the program first hand as well as practice leading it.
This course was developed in part with
Canada Soccer as part of the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015™ Legacy program with the financial support of the Public Health Agency of Canada.