Evaluating the constraints led approach and its application within strength and conditioning

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Jack Heimann

A significant part of the strength and conditioning (S&C) coach’s job is to aid in the development and alteration of given movements – either to reduce the risk of injury when performing the movement, or in the pursuit of enhancing sports performance. Being technically aware of movement and how it should be performed, as well as having the ability to facilitate the correction of that movement, is an essential quality for a S&C coach to have. Within research, it is suggested that there are many ways in which this learning can be facilitated. This evaluation will focus on a constraints-led approach: its benefits, any shortfalls and its application within S&C coaching.


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