Virtual Internship Series – October 2021 Group

More so than ever with the restraints of the pandemic it’s becoming a huge challenge for aspiring and established coaches to differentiate themselves from the crowd. Jobs are suffering, in-person internships are logistically unviable, accreditation assessments are being cancelled left, right, and centre, and most academic courses are replacing all their practical content with written material.

So yes, whilst you may have a certificate in hand and a degree under your belt, can you deal with a problem when it arises and find the answers to your questions when you go it alone?

More info: https://speedworks.training/virtual-internships/

Virtual Internship Series – July 2021 Group

More so than ever with the restraints of the pandemic it’s becoming a huge challenge for aspiring and established coaches to differentiate themselves from the crowd. Jobs are suffering, in-person internships are logistically unviable, accreditation assessments are being cancelled left, right, and centre, and most academic courses are replacing all their practical content with written material.

So yes, whilst you may have a certificate in hand and a degree under your belt, can you deal with a problem when it arises and find the answers to your questions when you go it alone?

More info: https://speedworks.training/virtual-internships/

Virtual Internship Series – May 2021 Group

More so than ever with the restraints of the pandemic it’s becoming a huge challenge for aspiring and established coaches to differentiate themselves from the crowd. Jobs are suffering, in-person internships are logistically unviable, accreditation assessments are being cancelled left, right, and centre, and most academic courses are replacing all their practical content with written material.

So yes, whilst you may have a certificate in hand and a degree under your belt, can you deal with a problem when it arises and find the answers to your questions when you go it alone?

More info: https://speedworks.training/virtual-internships/

Virtual Internship Series – March 2021 Group

More so than ever with the restraints of the pandemic it’s becoming a huge challenge for aspiring and established coaches to differentiate themselves from the crowd. Jobs are suffering, in-person internships are logistically unviable, accreditation assessments are being cancelled left, right, and centre, and most academic courses are replacing all their practical content with written material.

So yes, whilst you may have a certificate in hand and a degree under your belt, can you deal with a problem when it arises and find the answers to your questions when you go it alone?

More info: https://speedworks.training/virtual-internships/

Virtual Internship Series – February 2021 Group

More so than ever with the restraints of the pandemic it’s becoming a huge challenge for aspiring and established coaches to differentiate themselves from the crowd. Jobs are suffering, in-person internships are logistically unviable, accreditation assessments are being cancelled left, right, and centre, and most academic courses are replacing all their practical content with written material.

So yes, whilst you may have a certificate in hand and a degree under your belt, can you deal with a problem when it arises and find the answers to your questions when you go it alone?

More info: https://speedworks.training/virtual-internships/

Coaching Eye Webinar Session 3 – Max Velocity

Jonas Dodoo will take you through his philosophy on how to analyse sprinting gate 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.

Featuring interviews with:

  • Dan Pfaff
  • Shayne Vial
  • Dr. Andy Franklyn-Miller

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.

The webinar covers 5 areas:

  • Heuristics of upright running – a micro and macro look into sprinting and running analysis by Jonas Dodoo
  • Foot up and spine down considerations in rehabbing the hamstring by Dan Pfaff
  • 3D gait analysis of football players with and without match specific fatigue by Shayne Vial
  • Movement analysis and machine learning in running rehab by Dr Andrew Franklyn-Miller

Coaching Eye Webinar Session 2 – Deceleration

Jonas is joined by Dr Damian Harper to discuss all things braking strength, eccentric overload and deceleration training. Damian completed his PhD examining “Human Acceleration Performance” has a produced a number of peer reviewed articles. He is also heavily involved in practical coaching through the development training solutions for national and international team sports.

Speedworks is pleased to provide our Coaching Eye workshop series in conjunction with Binary Video Analysis. We have been working with Binary to develop a real fun but functional app for all coaches, therapists and scientists.

The app will allow you to collect your own data on step to step changes in sprinting, jumping, deceleration. Times, distances, angles and velocities of joints and body segments can be analysed. You can also manipulate what data you see or don’t see on the screen. e.g 1m split times and knee/hip flexion step lengths in the final 5m of a deceleration, or the ground contact time, step length and hip angular velocity during a flying sprint.

We have worked hard to on making Binary versatile so as to bring an elite biomechanics team to your lab track, pitch, court and clinic. Now with normative data you can start to create your own living lab, and better develop your coaching eye.
After watching the workshop, we suggest you go out and experiment. Go accelerate, sprint, do a 5-0-5 throw, or do some hops and bounds. Just 5-10m in field of view to maintain a quality picture. Record it in slow motion and have a play on the app.

Section 1

  • You will learn how to develop a “coaching eye” for deceleration mechanics.
  • We will share with you our rules of thumb when looking at the kinetics and kinematics of deceleration.
  • We will go through the characteristics of braking strength, how to test them and discuss what the numbers mean.
  • We will detail the training menu needed to develop all areas of braking strength.
  • We will discuss the types of training programs and progressions need to dove tail acceleration and deceleration training during the preseason.

Section 2