Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
NCBC GU11 Team 1
Bow River GU11 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Bow River GU11 Team 3
Okotoks GU11 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
East Pro BU11 Team 1
Bow River BU11 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
NW BU11 Team 1
Calwest BU11 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Bow River BU11 Team 9
Calwest BU11 Team 4B
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Calwest BU11 Team 5A
NW BU11 Team 5A
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Calwest GU13 Team 1
NCBC GU13 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Cochrane GU13 Team 1
NCBC GU13 Team 4
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Bow River BU13 Team 1
So Cal BU13 Team 1
Sat
Dec
03
09:00 AM
Calwest BU13 Team 3
NCBC BU13 Team 3
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
Airdrie GU13 Team 2
Bow River GU13 Team 4
26
9
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
Airdrie GU13 Team 3
Calwest GU13 Team 5B
34
25
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
CLS GU13 Team 2
Bow River GU13 Team 5
22
4
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
So Cal GU13 Team 4
Calwest GU13 Team 5A
16
19
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
Calwest BU13 Team 5C
Bow River BU13 Team 10
21
21
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
Calwest BU13 Team 5B
NW BU13 Team 6B
28
31
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
CLS GU15 Team 2
Calwest GU15 Team 4
26
19
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
NW GU15 Team 4
Okotoks GU15 Team 2
43
23
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
NW BU15 Team 4
So Cal BU15 Team 5
31
48
Sat
Nov
26
04:45 PM
CLS BU15 Team 2
East Pro BU15 Team 3
56
39

Coach: Athletic Development


Long Term Athlete Development Model

LTAD Stages

There are seven stages within the basic LTAD model:

  • Stage 1: Active Start (0-6 years)
  • Stage 2: FUNdamentals (girls 6-8, boys 6-9)
  • Stage 3: Learn to Train (girls 8-11, boys 9-12)
  • Stage 4: Train to Train (girls 11-15, boys 12-16)
  • Stage 5: Train to Compete (girls 15-21, boys 16-23)
  • Stage 6: Train to Win (girls 18+, boys 19+)
  • Stage 7: Active for Life (any age participant)

Stages 1, 2 and 3 develop physical literacy before puberty so children have the basic skills to be active for life. Physical literacy also provides the foundation for those who choose to pursue elite training in one sport or activity after age 12.  

Stages 4, 5 and 6 provide elite training for those who want to specialize in one sport and compete at the highest level, maximizing the physical, mental and emotional development of each athlete.

Stage 7 is about staying Active for Life through lifelong participation in competitive or recreational sport or physical activity.

Visit Sport for Life LTAD

Canada Basketball

What is the Canada Basketball LTAD model? 

A Long Term Athlete Development Model (LTAD) is a framework that illustrates to coaches, parents, volunteers, and administrators at the local, provincial and national levels, the importance of a systematic and consistent approach to the development of athletes.

 The CMBA uses the LTAD model prepared by Canada Basketball as a guide for our coaching and player development.

Download PDF Canadian Basketball Athlete Development Model


ABA Holiday Hoops Hangouts

December 17, 2020

ABA Holiday Hoops Hangout brings together Mark Hogan from ABA and Mike Shaw from CMBA

For previous sessions visit AB Basketball

Additional Documents

Establishing Style of Play

Mark Hogan, ChPc; ABA Manager of Coach Development - Download PDF

 

Style of Play for Youth Basketball

Mike Shaw; CMBA Technical Director - Download PDF

 

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