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On Saturday 29th August 2020 from 10am to 12pm GMT, Jonas Dodoo will take you through his philosophy on how to analyse sprinting gait using simple tools and templates. You will learn to reduce the noise associated with sprinting, distinguishing which shapes and numbers to focus on and which ones to ignore.
Jonas will identify exercises across a continuum of general – specific strength and identify how they are applied within his training philosophy. There will be a specific reference to dynamic correspondence within training design and how to select drills to both teach and train movements and muscles that relate to sprinting e.g. how to use dribbles and wickets to manipulate stride characteristics and the implications when reverse engineering sprint programs and running rehabilitation progressions.
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This workshop is for any practitioner helping players and athletes improve their speed, speed reserve and running economy. The content will be heavily underpinned by scientific evidence but shaped by experience in the field. Come and learn our simple methods for navigating the complex world.
This workshop will be available live on zoom at 10am on Saturday 29th August and will be available for streaming on our education page after the event.
Dan is a world renowned Track and Field coach who has tutored over 50 Olympians with experience across the globe. With a remarkable understanding of the drivers influencing human behaviour and performance, Pfaff is the current Head Coach for ALTIS.
Shayne is a PhD candidate investigating fatigue in sprint technique and its association with hamstring muscle-tendon length and injury risk. With 8 years experience in S&C across rugby, soccer, badminton and cricket, Shayne is interested in exploring S&C through a biomechanical lens.
Dr. Franklyn Miller has worked as a team doctor for GB Rowing and England Rugby, UK Athletics and NRL MelbourneStorm. Dr. Miller has interests in high performance loads and recovery alongside the biomechanics of running for performance.
The workshop will take place on Saturday 29th August 2020 – 10am-12pm GMT.
After signing up, you will receive a link to the Zoom meeting along with login details.
For more information and any enquiries, please contact [email protected].