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the due date. Guidance on how to view your Turnitin grade and feedback is available online. This assignment assesses the following learning outcomes:
c. Develop their ability to apply aspects of the theory surrounding Fitness Training Methods between specific populations.
d. Explore and identify the ethical issues associated with the performance assessment of athletes or special populations and the construction of specific training programmes for these individuals.
f. Develop, evaluate and present knowledge during contact sessions and through the module coursework
Title: ES2 Marathon Periodisation Plan
A female marathon runner wants to prepare for an England squad place and needs clock a qualifying time of 2:31:00,
the athlete requires a periodised training programme to facilitate this goal. Explain the structural components of a periodised training programme and outline a specific macro-cycle training programme for the athlete. Provide a detailed review of a preparatory phase meso-cycle. Evaluate the expected adaptations and ethical issues associated with the proposed preparatory meso-cycle.