Young and new coaches often need a “cookbook.” How to Write Workouts is a great cookbook for age group and novice coaches, laying out a systematic recipe for creating and structuring practices. The course starts on goals and continues through to show how to write workouts that successfully result in reaching those goals. At the same time, author Guy Edson provides a framework to think your way off the “cookbook” page and into designing your own successful plan.
If you are goal-oriented, if you like to run structured workouts–or even if you want to be more goal-oriented, organized, analytical, and/or run structured workouts–then this guide is a helpful tool for designing workouts.
71 pages in a loose leaf binder, including 12 blank forms.
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