Watch World Class Programme and England Sprint Talent Programme staff discuss the Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe Athlete Development Framework.
As part of British Canoeing’s Athlete Development Framework, the technical model for kayak incorporates Boat, Blade and Body to help provide an individualised approach to moving effectively through the water. In these videos, Hannah Brown, Paracanoe Podium Coach at British…
As part of British Canoeing’s Athlete Development Framework (ADF), the Crew Boat Skills & Technique resource introduces the specific skills and behaviours which should be considered when coaching athletes to race in crew boats.
As part of British Canoeing’s Athlete Development Framework (ADF), the Learn to Race resource gives recommendations for how to support athletes to build a robust racing skillset.
As part of British Canoeing’s Athlete Development Framework (ADF), the High Performing People resource introduces the four pillars of characteristics, behaviours and habits identified as key to developing racing mental skills.
The Athlete Development Framework identifies the key foundations that underpin long-term potential in the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines, across genders and classes; detailing technique, physical preparation, psychological characteristics and behaviours along with racing and training experiences.
As part of British Canoeing’s Athlete Development Framework (ADF), the Physical Preparation resource gives detailed strength and conditioning programmes for athletes at different stages of development. To support your training sessions, each primary movement pattern in the programmes is demonstrated with a corresponding video.
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Coaching is widely regarded as a stressful position to hold (Robbins et al., 2015; Olusoga et al., 2009) meaning within the field of coaching, practitioners are susceptible to burnout, a psychological syndrome leading to various unwanted issues such as anxiety,…