Performance Data: Part 2 – Lead

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USING PERFORMANCE DATA: PART 2

Quick Note on COVID-19:

We understand that many of our community are now (or will soon be) in “lockdown” and without access to training facilities. This is a very difficult time and we continue to empathize with the challenges. 

It may not be currently possible to implement the concepts presented below. A suggestion is to use the tool to analyze video of a favorite World Cup athlete. Find out how the best athletes manage energy and time.  

In the last installment of the coach’s toolbox we looked at collecting Performance Data for Bouldering. This month, we’ll look at Lead Data Collection

Part 2 – Lead InRound Tracking Form

Link to Template

This form tracks the following:

  1. Preparation Components – Warm-up & Visualization of the Route
  2. Energy Management
  3. Route Management

These are 3 critical areas that provide insight into how an athlete behaves during a competition round.

Let’s look at how the form works. Click on each Image to see in Larger View

The first Tab is where data is collected: 

For each route, record the following:

The 2nd Tab has compiled data:

Round Data is conditionally formatted to change colour relative to values entered in “Targets”. 

The resulting information can help shape training objectives such as time on holds, repeater intervals, pacing targets and more.

In part 3, we examine a Speed InRound Tracking Form.

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CEC is investigating the creation of a 2021 Virtual National Symposium: "Climb. Coach. Lead." presented by the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

This conference would take place over 4 days (Thursday through Sunday), and feature speakers with a wide variety of expertise targeting all aspects of competition climbing. The conference would be geared at Participant/Athlete Development, Coach Development, and Leadership Development.

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CEC launches a Request For Proposals (RFP) for Host Facilities for the 2021-2022 Competition Season. Interested parties must submit their proposal to info@climbingcanada.ca by 11:59pm ET on May 31, 2021.

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CEC lance une Demande de propositions (RFP) pour l’accueil des événements 2021-2022. Les parties intéressées doivent soumettre leur proposition à info@climbingcanada.ca au plus tard le 31 mai, 23 h 59 HE.

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