You will learn how to develop a “coaching eye” for acceleration mechanics.
This workshop is for any practitioner helping players and athletes improve their speed, speed reserve and running economy.
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.
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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.
The webinar covers 5 areas:
Jonas is a trusted friend and confidant - it’s so important to have colleagues that have a growth mindset, whom you can lean on for advice and at times challenge your beliefs in becoming a better coach and person.
Speedworks have had a dramatic and lasting effect on how we do strength and conditioning for football. Building efficient and elastic players has become easier through the use of specific drills and resisted runs. The speedworks framework has allowed us to develop underpinning qualities for hamstring health through specific actions. This is an efficient way to train the players as season where we are limited in the dose of training we can actually do.
Jonas to this day remains one of my key mentors, not just professionally but in life, and I think that is a true marker of someone who has had clearly a big impact on your world. I started working with Jonas in 2015, first as an intern, then as a paid member of staff. I came to him following my time working as a PT and spending time in British Sailing. He opened my world to doing things differently.
Jonas is a brilliant coach - he has a unique ability to quickly develop rapport with his players and operates with a strong methodology. He has good observation skills which make him a great staff member to have on board.
As a footballer, I thrive with my team but also need to work on my individual game. Speedworks have helped me get stronger, faster and fitter by training hard whilst training smart.