[callout font_size=”18px” style=”golden”]“Helping coaches and athletes unleash their potential is our passion, our mission and our vision. It’s what we do best and where we are more effective and efficient than anyone else.
Sergei B. Beliaev, Ph.D., MBA,
Founder and President of Super Sport Systems
It’s only natural to expect every nation and sports federation competing at the international level to be highly protective about its training methods. After all, national pride and personal glory are at stake. So it’s not too hard to understand why the latest knowledge at this level is not only hard to come by, but is actually closely guarded and carefully protected as well.
The irony of this is that these training secrets, which come from a scientific study of sports training, are virtually the same from one coach to another. What’s missing from this equation is the “iron sharpens iron” principle. Top coaches could get even better, and lesser coaches (as well as their athletes) could progress immensely, if these secrets were common knowledge and could be shared among peers.
As leaders in the field of sports training methodology, we continually strive to discover new training methods and strategies, and endeavor to explain how they can work in concert with each other. We created our training design tools for exactly the same reason, and made them available to ALL coaches and athletes, regardless of their ability or geography… because we believe in a level playing field. Everybody should have an equal chance, and a bona fide opportunity to pursue his dream.
And that’s why we take the mystery out of the science behind our internet-based program. We want to make our suggestions clear, easy to follow, and accessible to ANY coach or athlete anywhere in the world. And to top level coaches or athletes who won’t settle for anything but the best, we offer a network of users who are more than willing to share the knowledge and experience they have gotten out of our program in order to advance not only their own careers, but the overall level of their sport as well.
Since training has now become big business, there are hundreds (if not thousands) of training gurus who offer “training plans” culled from coaches’ favorite workouts, successful athletes, and training plans that have stood the test of time. We know that these worn out, hand-me-down workouts and training strategies cannot possibly be useful to today’s athlete who needs a training plan based on his specific abilities and goals to be competitive.
At the very minimum competitive athletes need to have training plans that include…
- Personalized Season Plans
- Training Strategies designed for different season phases
- Daily Workouts calculated for specific training effects that are coordinated with each other in time
- Progression Monitoring and Analysis by testing specific markers
Preparing a plan that “intelligently” manages the entire training process is one of the key issues coaches face today. In other words, the training process, like any other process, can and should be managed properly to produce predictable and repeatable results. If our process is good, than EVERY athlete entering our doors will have a chance to achieve his personal best by the end of his training season.
And it is our belief that every athlete should have this chance.
Our work would not have been possible without the unselfish participation of coaches, who not only used our services (with undeniable success we should add), but freely and openly discussed their results and accomplishments with it. Our hats are off to believers and supporters!
[h5]Please meet some of our leaders, the coaches who assisted us in shaping the current (and future) versions of our service:[/h5]
Head Swimming Coach, University of Tennessee. Coach of Kristen Magnusson, Two-time Silver Medallist in Beijing. Contributor since 2002
Head Swimming Coach, University of Richmond, 7 times winner of Conference, contributor since 2003
Head Coach, FGCU, contributor since 2007, Coach of Olympians
Head Coach, California Lutheran University, Contributor since 2002
Head Coach OSU Women’s Swimming, Coach of Olympian Samantha Sheverton (CAN)
Olympian, Former Mexican Olympic Coach, Olympic Training Center Head Coach