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In 2000 words, analyse the capacity building strategy of a sport organisation in

In 2000 words, analyse the capacity building strategy of a sport organisation in the post-Covid19 world and the role of culture in this process.
Students need to choose a sport development organization such as a National Governing Body of sport (NGB). It is also possible to study other suitable organizations including London Sport or StreetGames. You need to examine the impact of Covid19 on the capacity of the organization, and on sport clubs’ development and participation in particular. You also need to examine the annual reports of your chosen organization for the past two years (2019-2021) to understand how their capacity has been affected by the pandemic. NGBs’ annual reports are available on their websites. As well, you must analyse Sport England’s support for NGBs and the sport sector in general to identify measures that will help build specific capacities subject to your analysis (see the documents available at these links – https://www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/coronavirus/return-play/support-projects-and-organisations/coronavirus-tools-and;
https://www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/supporting-clubs). (see also the background SaveOurSport petition at https://www.englandnetball.co.uk/sport-new-year-resolution/).
Please pay attention that in your analysis you need to relate organizational culture to capacity building as an essential element of it. Based on your findings and relevant literature, you will write an individual report of 2000 words.
Introduction (5%)
One or two paragraphs that provide an overview of the key issues being addressed and outline the aims of your report. You need to choose a sport to focus on.
Part A (40%):
• Conceptualise organizational capacity and its significance for the success of sport organisations. Note that creating a strong organisational culture is an essential part of organisational capacity.
• Summarise the impact of Covid19 on clubs’ development and participation in your chosen sport.
• Outline Sport England’s approach to support sports development organizations and its implications for building their capacities and a culture of resistance.
Part B (40%):
• Provide context and outline the sports development aims of your organization with particular emphasis on clubs’ development and sport participation; Use data from Active Lives Survey (https://www.sportengland.org/know-your-audience/data/active-lives) and other sources available on BBL and elsewhere.
• Examine at least two areas of organizational capacity building needed to advance the sport development aims of your organization and explain how they will support the achievement of those aims.
• Discuss how organizational culture can help build capacity in different areas.
Conclusion (5%)
One or two paragraphs that synthesise the key points from your report. You might, restate the ideas introduced in the introduction or main text. Reinforce your main points and make forward thinking suggestions or comments.
Presentation (10%)
The report should reflect an appropriate style presentation (APA 6th edition) including spelling, referencing, format, and grammar.
Please refer to the reading lists published through the library system and accessible through Blackboard Learn. Further reading will be recommended during lectures.

Design an off-season (6 months) training program for the following high school b

Design an off-season (6 months) training program for the following high school baseball player, who was informed by college scouts that his skills are above average, but he needs to “lean out”, decrease his 30-yard sprint time by .2 seconds, and increase his vertical jump by one-inch to improve his chances of playing at the Division-1 level.
17-year old male Varsity baseball player
Starting Shortstop
5’9” 175 lbs., 20% bodyfat
Your interview, PAR-Q and Health History Questionnaire reveal that he has had multiple hamstring injuries throughout his high school career. Aside from his desire to ‘lean out’, decrease his sprint time, and increase his vertical jump, he would also like to be more flexible, improve his first-step quickness, improve his throwing strength, and hit with more power. The athlete is capable of training Monday through Friday, and has minimal experience with weightlifting and performance training.
Provide details for the types of exercises, durations, sets, repetitions, rest intervals, etc. A coach must be able to utilize this program without having to contact you for clarification or additional explanation. Provide rationale for your recommendations within the program. For each month of the 6-month training program, please provide a ONE WEEK example of the program. Your program must include a proper daily warm-up, strength training program, plyometrics, and cardio-respiratory fitness training.
You will also provide rationale for the overall program design, and how it will effectively assist the athlete in achieving his goals, and preparing him for the upcoming season, and ultimately to increase his chances of playing for a Division 1 baseball program.
Additionally, you must provide all the aspects of your athlete’s programming to include:
Assessments performed, and the results
Proper warm-up for each training day, including the specific exercises/movements (an explanation regarding how to perform the exercises/movements is not necessary)
Programming specifics such as sets, repetitions, intensity, and the intended progressions across the 6-month program
Exercises selected (an explanation regarding how to perform the exercises/movements

Design an off-season (6 months) training program for the following high school b

Design an off-season (6 months) training program for the following high school baseball player, who was informed by college scouts that his skills are above average, but he needs to “lean out”, decrease his 30-yard sprint time by .2 seconds, and increase his vertical jump by one-inch to improve his chances of playing at the Division-1 level.
17-year old male Varsity baseball player
Starting Shortstop
5’9” 175 lbs., 20% bodyfat
Your interview, PAR-Q and Health History Questionnaire reveal that he has had multiple hamstring injuries throughout his high school career. Aside from his desire to ‘lean out’, decrease his sprint time, and increase his vertical jump, he would also like to be more flexible, improve his first-step quickness, improve his throwing strength, and hit with more power. The athlete is capable of training Monday through Friday, and has minimal experience with weightlifting and performance training.
Provide details for the types of exercises, durations, sets, repetitions, rest intervals, etc. A coach must be able to utilize this program without having to contact you for clarification or additional explanation. Provide rationale for your recommendations within the program. For each month of the 6-month training program, please provide a ONE WEEK example of the program. Your program must include a proper daily warm-up, strength training program, plyometrics, and cardio-respiratory fitness training.
You will also provide rationale for the overall program design, and how it will effectively assist the athlete in achieving his goals, and preparing him for the upcoming season, and ultimately to increase his chances of playing for a Division 1 baseball program.
Additionally, you must provide all the aspects of your athlete’s programming to include:
Assessments performed, and the results
Proper warm-up for each training day, including the specific exercises/movements (an explanation regarding how to perform the exercises/movements is not necessary)
Programming specifics such as sets, repetitions, intensity, and the intended progressions across the 6-month program
Exercises selected (an explanation regarding how to perform the exercises/movements

STRUCTURE Title page Abstract Length: 1000 to 1500 characters (incl. spaces) in

STRUCTURE
Title page
Abstract
Length: 1000 to 1500 characters (incl. spaces)
in German or English language
(optional: preface)
acknowledgements for support, dedication
ends with place, date and author’s name
unusual in a VWA
does not count towards the character count
Table of contents
includes all following parts of the outline
does not count towards the number of characters
Introduction
Introduction to the topic and guiding questions
Initial information on the procedure and structure of the work
Main part
Presentation of the methodical procedure for empirical work
topic-dependent chapters – processing of all information, sources, data etc. to answer the guiding questions
Final chapter/conclusion
Summary of results and findings
Conclusions, further questions/outlook
Final reflection
Bibliography
if applicable, list of figures, list of abbreviations
Bibliography: alphabetical listing of all sources (books, journals, websites…)
does not count to the number of characters
appendix, glossary, if applicable
Appendices: materials that are not directly inserted into the text, such as time tables, transcripts of interviews (Extensive transcripts are usually not included in the appendix. If volume and privacy permit, transcripts may be published in the appendix. )
does not count towards the character count
(Optional: self
statement)
does not count towards the character count

The nervous system is a very complex system that helps to functionally run the e

The nervous system is a very complex system that helps to functionally run the entire human body. Write a paper stating the anatomical components of the nervous system, distinguish between neurons and synapses, and describe the role and function of neurotransmitters in nerve conduction and how they all relate to functionally running the human body.
Your paper should be 3 – 5 pages in length, formatted following APA standard guidelines (double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman).
Textbook: Abernethy, B., Kippers, V., Hanrahan, S. J., Pandy, M.G., McManus, A. M., & Mackinnon,L. (2013). Biophysical foundations of human movement (3rd ed.). Champagne, IL: Human Kinetics.

Create a hypothetical situation that states a skill that you are going to teach

Create a hypothetical situation that states a skill that you are going to teach and a specific group of people who are to be the learners.
You will have only 10 minutes within this segment to teach this skill.
Detail a brief plan that will efficiently utilize the amount of time allocated in order to produce maximum skill development.
Textbook: Abernethy, B., Kippers, V., Hanrahan, S. J., Pandy, M.G., McManus, A. M., & Mackinnon,L. (2013). Biophysical foundations of human movement (3rd ed.). Champagne, IL: Human Kinetics.

Please create the same as the page attached. 1- Need to find 10 sports academies

Please create the same as the page attached.
1- Need to find 10 sports academies or sport centers that train elite-level athletes and have produced world champions in their sports. Each should have facts and numbers to support the name provided. This is aimed at athletes from the age of 6-18.
In addition please do the same for these academies:
BTT Academy
Good to Great Tennis Academy
Piatti Tennis Center
Rafa Nadal Tennis Academy
WOGA Gymnastics
GIM Gymnastics
WCC Gymnastics
North Stars Gymnastics Academy
Renzo Gracie Academy (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu)
Kodokan Judo Institute (Judo)
Songshan Shaolin Traditional Wushu Academy (Martial Arts)
2- On the Best Universities for Student-Athletes (Varies per Sport) slide:
please provide numbers and data on why these schools are best for college athletes to attend.

Please research the best sports academies and training centers globally for mult

Please research the best sports academies and training centers globally for multi-sport for players from age 6-18 and some sports individually?
Please find more sports academies to add that will be best for kids to go on sports scholarship provide facts, numbers and reasons why these places are the best
We need to justify every name we put there; why is a strong academy? also, a small description of the location and number of students, >>> details can be in the appendix
The same goes for the universities listed with data and numbers on why they are good.

Starting with Nick Hornby’s memoir Fever Pitch and drawing on any other sources

Starting with Nick Hornby’s memoir Fever Pitch and drawing on any other sources that
you find helpful, analyze the ways in which soccer since the mid-nineteenth century has
worked to help different groups of men construct a variety of masculinities. How does
sport come to shape both understandings of appropriate behavior for the sexes? How has
it challenged these understandings? Do sports work differently in this regard for men and
women?

Building on Bocketti’s The Invention of the Beautiful Game discuss the ways in w

Building on Bocketti’s The Invention of the Beautiful Game discuss the ways in which soccer
can come to represent more than a game in some contexts. In particular, discuss the way
that the meanings and symbolism Brazilians attached to foot-ball/futebal changed over
time and how they used discussions of the game to have a larger conversation of what they
wanted for their nation.