Every fall, I re-evaluate my strength and conditioning program. It’s never the same every 2 years as each athlete will change physically and strength wise.
You can choose to work on his or her strengths, or work on their weaknesses. Your choice.
Probably the best series of articles is a 3 part series (chopped up into 5 parts) with Derek Evely (compiled by Tom Crick).
I highly recommend reading these and applying the principles to your workouts.
From 2009 to 2012 Derek Evely was UK Athletics’ Center Director for the Loughborough High Performance Centre (the other being in Lee Valley with Dan Pfaff as Center Director)
Derek also coached a young group of throwers in the UK, including Sophie Hitchon, who broke the British Record in the hammer throw at 19 years old, as well as qualifying for the London 2012 Olympic Final at the age of 21!
He always had a knack of finding young talent who eventually move on to the International stage, such as 400m sprinter Shane Niemi, 800m man Gary Reed, and shot putter Dylan Armstrong (I know I am leaving out a few more).
So Derek knows a lot about coaching development! (You can read my interview with Derek Evely on the Freelap Friday Five series.)