Female Athlete Performance

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The techniques demonstrated in this course may only ever be performed by a suitably qualified healthcare professional.

Taking this course does not grant you any form of license to practice manual therapy. Do not practice any form of manual therapy unless it falls within your professional scope of practice.

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How to Complete This Course

1.  View the video tutorials in the video player above in the order they are listed (where applicable).

2.  Study the course workbook in your own time, in tandem with the video classes, or as directed. 

3.  Review all of the course material several times to ensure understanding.  You will be examined on all course material.

4.  Complete the course exam. 

5.  On passing the course exam you will receive an email with your certificate which you may download and print. 

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the "Youth Female Athlete Performance - How to Train Young Women" course, participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the Unique Challenges and Opportunities: Recognize the specific factors that impact the development and performance of young female athletes, including growth, maturation, hormonal changes, and biomechanical considerations.
  2. Develop a Comprehensive Training Program: Create tailored training plans for youth female athletes that address strength, speed, agility, mobility, and injury prevention, considering the unique physiological and biomechanical characteristics of young women.
  3. Apply Targeted Training Techniques: Utilize a range of innovative and proven training strategies, as presented by Erica Suter, to optimize performance, enhance athleticism, and reduce the risk of injury in youth female athletes.
  4. Cultivate a Positive and Supportive Training Environment: Implement strategies to foster a positive mindset, resilience, and confidence in young female athletes, creating an inclusive and empowering training environment that encourages growth and long-term success.
  5. Incorporate Mental and Emotional Well-being: Understand the importance of addressing mental and emotional well-being in the development of young female athletes and apply strategies to nurture a healthy and balanced approach to sport.
  6. Address Sport-Specific Needs: Adapt training programs to address the specific demands and challenges of various sports, ensuring that youth female athletes receive targeted support to excel in their chosen disciplines.
  7. Monitor and Adjust Training Plans: Evaluate the progress and performance of youth female athletes, making data-driven adjustments to training plans as needed to optimize results and support ongoing development.
  8. Promote Lifelong Engagement in Sports: Implement strategies to encourage young female athletes to develop a lifelong love for sport and physical activity, fostering a healthy and active lifestyle beyond their formative years.
  9. Advocate for Youth Female Athletes: Understand the broader context of women's sports and the unique challenges young female athletes face in the sports world. Learn how to advocate for equal opportunities, resources, and support for female athletes at all levels.
  10. Stay Updated on Current Research and Trends: Commit to ongoing professional development and stay informed about the latest research, trends, and best practices in training and developing youth female athletes.

By achieving these objectives, participants should be equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to help train, support, and empower young female athletes, fostering their development, performance, and long-term engagement in sports.

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Course Assessment

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