Speed Training Workshop with Jonas Dodoo
On September 19, during the international break, an exclusive speed workshop will take place at 1. FC Köln.
Deliverers include Speedworks Training renowned British sprint coach Jonas Dodoo and highly experienced practitioners Hailu Theodros, Mark Jamison and Andreas Beck (see Bio’s below).
The workshop will cover the following topics:
- Linear speed & developing your coaching eye.
- Change of direction and braking strength.
- Reflections on speed training in the Bundesliga.
- Integrating Ledsreact into the preparation and rehabilitation of Athletes (see paper below).
There will be limited availability due to covid restrictions. Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
Ticket price is €150 (£125).
Below you will find information about our partner and workshop sponsor Ledsreact and their technology that will be showcased at the event.
Jonas Dodoo developed as a coach through his passion for speed and power and was lucky enough to be under the tutelage of Master Coach Dan Pfaff for four years. Jonas has worked with many elite performers across a range of sports but with his main success and main role within Track and Field. Jonas is currently Consulting at Premiership and Championship Football and Rugby clubs working with their staff and first team players.
Hailu Theodros has been a Lead Athletic Development Coach at Chelsea FC Academy for the past 8 years. Originally starting his professional journey in rehabilitation, he has now transitioned into the performance space using both rehabilitation and S&C skills to maximise physical development along the LTAD pathway. Hailu has had the opportunity to work with elite level Football, Track and Boxing athletes from preadosclecent right through to adults. Over the course of his career thus far, taking a particular interests in blurring the lines between Skill Acquisition and S&C to maximise sporting transfer in Speed and Agility development.
Mark Jamison is the Assistant Athletic Director for High Performance at Southern Illiniois University Edwardsville. In that role he oversees Strength and Conditioning, Sports Medicine, Sports Science, Sports Nutrition and Mental Performance. His primary focus is implementing an athlete centered model that fully integrates all domains in a collaborative approach to enhance physiological preparedness and mental readiness through streamlined communication, repeatable processes and using an analytical advantage to make more informed decisions. He has pioneered a 5-phase return to play protocol that uses objective metrics as landmarks or exit criteria over timelines, that operates within a shared decision making process and bridges the gaps between rehabilitation, performance training and competition to optimize readiness and limit the incidence of reinjury. With more then a decade of collegiate strength and conditioning experience he has had stops at Bradley University, Eastern Washington University and the University of Iowa before taking his role at SIUE.
Andreas Beck is Head of Physical Performance, Prevention and Rehabilitation at Eintracht Frankfurt. He was also the High Performance Coach and Strength and Conditioning Coach for Borussia Dortmund for 8 years (2012-2020) and the S&C coach for FC Nuremburg for 5 years (2007-2012). Andreas started his career as an athletics and rehab coach and he also is a lecturer in the area of stress management in professional soccer.