Micro-Planning the Off-Season: A Morphocyclic Approach

The intent of this presentation is to take the viewer through a step by step process regarding the design and implementation for training the advanced level hockey player. As Karl Popper states: “science starts and ends with problems.”

This presentation champions the importance of micro-panning, building an efficient filter for error elimination, and the use of heuristics in designing programs for high level hockey players.

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