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Title: PROVIDING INSIGHTS ON THE EFFECTS OF EARLY SPORT SPECIALIZATION IN YOUTH ATHLETES


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PROVIDING INSIGHTS ON THE EFFECTS OF EARLY SPORT
SPECIALIZATION IN YOUTH ATHLETES
  • Paul Christianson, M.S.

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JOPERD October 2010 The Promises and Pitfalls of
Sport Specialization in Youth Sport
  • PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/PERMANENT
  •  
  • IMPLICATIONS
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL
  • BIOMECHANICAL MOTOR DEVELOPMENT

3
DANIEL COYLE THE TALENT CODE
CREEPY?
GREAT?
4
  • PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
  • 10,000 HOURS 10 YEARS Andres Ericcsen
  • "DELIBERATE PRACTICE"
  • (INSERT DEFINITION OF DELIBERATE PRACTICE)

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  • DELIBERATE PRACTICE
  • SWING INSTRUCTOR PERSONAL TRAINER GOLF
    PSYCHOLOGIST
  • NUTRITIONIST OTHER EXPERTS

7
  • ONLY 10,000 HOURS!!



CAN YOU BLAME THEM?
8
  • MINIMAL RESOURCES

DO IT YOURSELF
TAKE OUT A SECOND MORTGAGE
9
  • DO IT YOURSELF
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Repetitive Skill/Drill
  • Local Coach/Guru
  • Practice at Home
  • Parents Live Vicariously Through Children

EGO ORIENTATION
10
  • DO IT YOURSELF

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/PERMANENT   HIGH RISK
IMPLICATIONS PSYCHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL BIOMECH
ANICAL MOTOR DEVELOPMENT Overuse injuries.
Burnout. Depression.
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  • SPORT PREP ACADEMY
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Mental Conditioning
  • Communication Training
  • Physical Therapy
  • Nutrition Training
  • Life Skills
  • College Placement

MASTERY ORIENTATION
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  • SPORT PREP ACADEMY

DELIBERATE PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT   LOW RISK
IMPLICATIONS PSYCHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL BIOMECH
ANICAL MOTOR DEVELOPMENT CONTROLLED VARIABLES.
No Parents.
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  • THE GAME WITHIN THE GAME

SKILL DEVELOPMENT HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT MULTIPLE
"PILLARS" PHYSICAL MENTAL COMMUNICATION
NUTRITION LIFE SKILLS VISION
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JOPERD October 2010 The Promises and Pitfalls of
Sport Specialization in Youth Sport
  • PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/PERMANENT
  •  
  • IMPLICATIONS
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL
  • BIOMECHANICAL MOTOR DEVELOPMENT

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  • BRING THE ACADEMY TO THE PARENTS

AFFORDABLE CONTROL FOR NEGATIVE VARIABLES
ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY SPORT-SPECIALIZATION
IN YOUTH ATHLETES
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