In my opinion, LTAD refers to the need of having a system in place which allows the players to be exposed in a consistent manner through the years to a thoughtful progression of exercises with the essential components (body awareness, core stability, breathing patterns, etc) to develop a foundation, which will allow them to build... Continue Reading →
Long Term Athlete Development: Myth or Reality?
Why? Is it Worth it? I like to think about long term athlete development (LTAD) as an integral education, beyond the influence that it has with the sport performance. Movement competency: The vehicle for a healthy lifestyle. I consider that everyone should have a minimum background of movement competency that allow them to benefit from... Continue Reading →