• Participate on proving feedback and direction to athletes. • Built relationships with staff and athletes. • Observed staff couching and athlete relationship. • Tested athletes jumps to predict performance as well as check athletes standard for the day. • Work on a annual periodization program including principles and variables. • Better comprehended important concepts such as volume, intensity, exercise selection, progression, and technology use. • Used devices to measure athletes speed and performance. • Better understand the importance of technology to modify and prevent injuries during competition time. • Learned about modify exercises depending on athletes needs and limits. • Comprehended the relationship between exercises selection and sport movements patters in order to prepare athletes to be stronger and more efficient at their specific sport movements. • Worked with athletes coming back from injuries. • Lead warm up and cool down. • Explained and demonstrated exercises of daily program. • Worked one to one with athletes. • Worked on leadership with big group of athletes. • Improved skills at inspiring and motivation athletes.
Networks, experience and resources for future opportunities.
The greatest lesson I learned was that as S&C coaches we will have few times where our scenarios will be ideal, Therefore, it is important to be able to adapt and modify throughout along the path.
What advice would you give?
My advise is to get as much experience and education as you can. As well as, take opportunities without fear on being enough or not. You grow and enhance yourself by trying and learning from experiences.