Professional Diploma in Workload Management

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nine months

Workload Management Diploma is a distinct diploma aimed at providing participants with the knowledge and skills needed to improve their stamina and increase their physical strength. During this diploma you will learn how to analyze and monitor internal and external training loads and how to choose the appropriate variables to achieve efficiency and improve athletic performance.

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Learn To

  • Manage the different tools and variables for monitoring training.
  • Select the appropriate variables depending on the different objectives for training and competition load control.
  • Use data generated by load control to evaluate and manage the process.
  • Detect and appropriately utilize the most relevant training load indicators.
  • Analyze workload monitoring data to orientate the training process towards preventing injuries and consequently successfully optimize sports performance.
  • Improve sports performance and injury prevention through a deepened understanding of the methodology to use in strength training and muscle power programs
  • Apply the appropriate methodology to the design of the post-injury rehabilitation process in situations where strength development plays a significant role.
  • Understand the theoretical basis for nutrition periodization.



Course 1: Tools and Variables for Monitoring Training Loads

  • Module 1: Introduction to the Monitoring of Training Loads.
  • Module 2: The Planning, Intervention, and Evaluation Cycle in the Training Process.
  • Module 3: Internal Load Monitoring Tools and Their Variables.
  • Module 4: External Load Monitoring Tools and Their Variables.

Course 2: Selecting Variables: Are we repeating information or providing additional information?

  • Module 1: Relationship between internal load variables, and between external load variables.
  • Module 2: Relationship between external load variables.
  • Module 3: Integrating measurements. Efficiency index.
  • Module 4: Selecting variables.

Course 3: Assessing Training and Training Load Management

  • Module 1: Analysis of the training task.
  • Module 2: Analysis of the training session.
  • Module 3: Analysis of the training microcycle
  • Module 4: Analysis of the training mesocycle and of broad temporary training phases

Course 4: Indicators for Training Load Management

  • Module 1: Weekly changes.
  • Module 2: Acute chronic load ratio: concept and calculation method.
  • Module 3: Acute chronic load ratio: application and limitations.
  • Module 4: Training load moderators and mediators.

Course 5: Training Smarter and Harder

  • Module 1: It’s not all about the ratio!
  • Module 2: Not all training carries the same risk
  • Module 3: Pathways for understanding pain. Fatigue in athletes
  • Module 4: Optimal loading involves consideration of factors other than load

Course 6: Strength training methodology: its application in the improvement of sports performance and post-injury rehabilitation for competition.

  • Module 1: Contextualization: how can we adapt strength training to team sports?
  • Module 2: Strength workload methodology in situation sports.
  • Module 3: Integrating strength workload into planning and programming of situation sports.
  • Module 4: Strength in the design of sports-specific tasks. Examples based on football

Course 7: Strength and muscle power as a key feature of rehabilitation from sports injuries

  • Module 1: Analysis of injury in sports: injury mechanisms and associated risk factors.
  • Module 2: Sports injuries and their relationship with the quality of strength.
  • Module 3: Strength manifestations and muscle power in the post-injury rehabilitation process.
  • Module 4: New paradigms in strength training: muscle building through vascular occlusion.

Course 8: Periodized Nutrition

  • Module 1: The theory
  • Module 2: Training the gut
  • Module 3: Training low
  • Module 4: From theory to practice

Course 9: What Are We Training For?

  • Module 1: Physical demands of competition
  • Module 2: Worst case scenarios
  • Module 3: Small-sided games and competition
  • Module 4: The fatiguing effect of contact. Winning teams look for the “arm wrestle”


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Professional Diploma in Workload Management
Professional Diploma in Workload Management

$1 074.83

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