Course Syllabus

CCSSC – Course Syllabus

COURSE – I                                                                                                                                       

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN BODY

UNIT I: PRINCIPLES OF ANATOMY

  1. Introduction to Human Anatomy and Energy System
  2. Skeletal System and Muscular System
  3. Respiratory System
  4. Cardiovascular System

UNIT II: PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOLOGY

  1. Muscular System
  2. Respiratory System
  3. Cardiovascular System
  4. Energy System
  5. Neuromuscular system
  6. Bioenergetics of Physical Performance
  7. Cardiorespiratory control of exercise and training adaptations
  8. Endocrine response to training

 

COURSE – II                                                                                                                      

EXERCISE & SPORTS KINESIOLOGY & BIOMECHANICS

UNIT – I: COMPONENTS OF BIOMECHANICS

  1. Forces & Torques
  2. Newton’s Laws of Motion
  3. Momentum
  4. Center of Gravity and Balance

UNIT – II: BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS

  1. Biomechanics of upper limbs, lower limbs, ankle and foot, Angle Q
  2. Biomechanics of gait
  3. Scapulohumeral Rhythm
  4. Biomechanics in specific Sports
  5. Biomechanical Analysis

 

COURSE – III

SPORTS & PERFORMANCE NUTRITION                                             

UNIT – 1: INTRODUCTION TO DIETETICS

UNIT – 2: INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION

UNIT – 3: INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS SUPPLEMENTATION

UNIT – 4: WADA AND NADA REGULATIONS

 

COURSE – IV

SPORTS & PERFORMANCE PSYCHOLOGY                                                        

UNIT – 1: MOTIVATION TECHNIQUES

UNIT – 2: RELAXATION AND CONCENTRATION TECHNIQUES

UNIT – 3: GOAL SETTING TECHNIQUES

UNIT – 4: VISUALIZATION

 

COURSE V:                                                                                                                                        

SPECIAL ISSUES RELATING TO STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

UNIT – I: Recovery

UNIT – II: Strength & Conditioning for children

UNIT – III: Strength & Conditioning for Special Populations

UNIT – IV: Performing in Extreme Environments

UNIT – V: Physical Assessment and Planning Macrocycles, Mesocycles and Microcycles

 

COURSE VI:                                                                                                                      

FACILITY MANAGEMENT

UNIT – I: Design Considerations

UNIT – II: Maintenance

UNIT – III: Building development plans

UNIT – IV: Human Resources

 

COURSE VII:                                                                                                                     

 SAFETY AND INJURY PREVENTION and MANAGEMENT

  1. Potential Sources of Risk
  2. Safety in The Fitness Centre
    1. Creating a safe Environment
    2. Equipment – Furniture and Fixture – Supplies and Small Equipment
  3. Proper Documentation
  4. Sports Injury
    1. Tissue Injury – Tissue Reaction to Injury Inflammation and the Healing Process
    2. Treatment – Follow-Up Treatment – Rehabilitation
    3. Upper Extremity Condition – Lower Extremity Condition
    4. Environmental Impact on Injuries

 

MAIN COURSE

COURSE VIII:                                                                                                   

PRACTICAL TRAINING IN S&C MODALITIES  

UNIT – I: STRENGTH TRAINING

SECTION I: Physiology of Weight Training

SECTION II: Principles of Strength Training

SECTION III: Training Systems

SECTION IV: Weight Training Techniques

SECTION: V: Olympic Lifting

UNIT – II: FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH TRAINING

SECTION I: Theory of Functional Training

  1. FST Objectives
  2. Meaning & Relevance of Functional Training
  3. Gary Gray’s Theory of Chain Reaction Locomotion Chains
  4. Non-Functional to Functional applications

SECTION II: Fitness Assessment

  1. Fitness Assessment Tests – General
  2. Functional Fitness Assessments Tests
  3. 16 Fitness Goals

SECTION III: Designing FST Programs

  1. FST Considerations
  2. Program Design
  3. Functional Continuum

SECTION IV: FST Drills

  1. Warm-up
  2. Developing Functional Strength – Core, Lower Body, Linear Speed
  3. FST techniques – body balance, body weight, dumbbells, medicine balls, stability balls, pulleys & cables, bands and miscellaneous devices.
  4. FST process – from assessment to execution.
  5. FST – role in strength & aerobic training.
  6. Designing FST programs
  7. Practical training uses body weight, agility ladders, hurdles, medicine balls, stability balls, resistance bands, balance discs, kettle bells, slide boards, suspension training and weight training equipment.

SECTION V: Drills

DVD / Video Clips – about 125 drills

 

UNIT – III: PLYOMETRICS

SECTION 1: Theory of Plyometrics

  1. Plyometrics Objectives
  2. Meaning & Relevance of Plyometrics
  3. Physiology of Plyometrics

 

SECTION II: Practice of Plyometrics

  1. Sub-maximal Plyo Drills
  2. Mechanics of Vertical Jumping
  3. Inverted Funnel Principle
  4. Frappier Plyometrics

 

SECTION III: Program Development

  1. Equipment & Environment – Training Considerations.
  2. Designing Basic Program
  3. Complex Training
  4. Designing Plyo Program – Exercise Variables as part of Integrated Training

SECTION IV: Applications

  1. Sports specific Plyometrics Drills
  2. Goal specific Plyometrics Drills

SECTION V:

150 drills videos

UNIT IV: OTHER TRAINING MODALITIES

SECTION I: Pilates on Mat

SECTION II: Sports Yoga

SECTION III: Water Fitness & Conditioning

SECTION IV: Sports & Performance Psychology

SECTION V: Fitness Assessment & Testing

 

COURSE – IX                                                                                                                    

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING                                                                

UNIT – 1: FOUNDATIONS OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

  1. Seeing the big picture – what is strength and conditioning and where does it fit in
  2. Zeroing in on the target – ensuring transfer from training to performance
  3. Analyzing performance and determining needs
  4. The rules of training

UNIT – II: DEVELOPMENT OF FORCE CAPACITIES

  1. The role of force in performance
  2. The constraints to force application and setting the direction for the program
  3. Understanding the human machine
  4. The fundamentals of programming for force development.
  5. The principles of plyometric training.

UNIT – III: DEVELOPMENT OF SPEED AND AGILITY CAPACITIES

  1. The fundamentals of linear running speed
  2. Improving linear running speed
  3. The fundamentals of developing agility
  4. The fundamentals of Gamespeed
  5. Developing and delivering effective Gamespeed sessions

UNIT – IV: DEVELOPMENT OF ENDURANCE CAPACITIES

  1. The fundamentals of endurance in sport
  2. The physiological basis of endurance performance
  3. Developing aerobic endurance
  4. Developing anaerobic endurance

 

COURSE X:                                                                                                                        

PLANNING AND PERIODIZING EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS

  1. The fundamentals of periodization
  2. The organization of periodization
  3. Agile and strategic planning
  4. Putting it all together for –
    1. Badminton
    2. Basketball
    3. Boxing
    4. Cricket
    5. Field Hockey
    6. Football
    7. Golf
    8. Kabaddi
    9. Powerlifting
    10. Squash
    11. Table Tennis
    12. Tennis
    13. Track & Field
    14. Cycling
    15. Volleyball
    16. Weight Lifting
    17. Wrestling