Developing athletic motor skill competencies in youth
Radnor, John M.
Morris, Stephanie J.
Kumar, Nakul T. A.
Pullen, Ben J.
Lloyd, Rhodri S.
Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins
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Synergistic development of muscular strength and motor skill competency is central to Long Term Athletic Development. However, these qualities need to be developed in a logical and progressive manner and training methods need to be developmentally appropriate, engaging, and enjoyable for young athletes to help them build a positive association with strength and conditioning based activities. This article aims to provide a resource for coaches to utilise when developing the athletic motor skill competencies (AMSC) in youth, including game-based activities, and a more structured resistance training curriculum.
Strength and Conditioning Journal;
Article accepted for publication in Strength and Conditioning Journal. This is a non-final version of an article to be published in final form in Strength and Conditioning Journal.
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Grant ID: Cardiff Metropolian (Internal))
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