Current Trends in Movement Training Strength and Conditioning Workshop Slides by Duncan French
£19 before 5th September
- What is movement? The key patterns to train
- Our objectives as coaches in our movement training programmes
- A definition of multi-directional movement
- Kinematics and Kinetics: How to improve both areas
- Actually what is coachable and what we can train in our programmes
- The process of improvement and how to make your athletes better using this step-by-step approach
- Functional mobility, stability and performance training
- The impact of posture on movement and methods to improve and re-train
- Length-tension relationships and muscle physiological effects on movement
- The ART of coaching in getting results
- Differential learning considerations
- Chaos training considerations
Duncan is currently Head of S&C for Newcastle United Football Club and chairman of the UKSCA. He is an expert in movement training and lectures internationally on the subject. This presentation will give you a simple, step-by-step breakdown of how to address this often over complicated area.
Life in the camp Collision Sports strength and Conditioning Workshop with RFU Head of Fitness Simon Worsnop
£19 before 6th June
In this presentation you will learn:
- Monitoring at the Highest Level- key things to measure and record in elite athletes.
- Thoughts on Aerobic and Anaerobic training for collision sports- New perspectives on old ideas.
- Training Skills Under Fatigue- the pro’s and cons of doing so.
- Small Sided Games for rugby and other sports- how to implement and what to look for.
- Strength training considerations for collision sports
- Fundamental strength and power movements
- The 4 basic laws of strength training
- Designing strength, power, hypertrophy programmes the key considerations.
- Rugby Specific Strength and how to programme to achieve it.
- And much, much more!
About the presenter:
Simon is the Rugby Football Union Head of Fitness for the U-20′s and travels internationally with the team to all their tournaments and training camps. He is a qualified coach of both Rugby Union and Rugby League and has over 20 years experience . Simon is the National Academy Fitness Adviser for the Rugby Football Union (RFU). The holder of a number of strength and conditioning awards, Simon is the Strength and Conditioning Coach within the England Under-20 team. In this role he has worked at seven World Championships. (there used to be two age groups 19s and 21s; now there is just one, under 20)
He is author of “Games and Drills for Rugby” published by Human Kinetics
£17 before 10th May
In this presentation you will learn:
The key physical qualities required for MMA performance
How to develop the physical qualities
Energy system training and the key systems to emphasise for MMA
Injury sites and some guidance on how to combat common MMA injuries
Movement patterns of the sport to aid your training programmes
Planning and programming for the fight cycle to optimise performance
Weight cutting considerations that you must take into account if you’re looking to get into the best shape possible
How to design your strength programme including how to gear it towards power, strength, hypertrophy, muscular endurance
Fighting Fit S&C standards and milestones to gauge whether you or your athletes are in the shape they should be
AND PLENTY MORE TOO!
Brendan is the head of S&C for Leeds Met Carnegie and works with many pro MMA fighters and combat athletes in general.
His work has been featured in Fighting Fit magazine, Fighters Only, Train Hard Fight Easy, Cagewarriors forum, YourMMA Magazine, Mens Health, GQ and many more. He is regarded as one of the top MMA S&C coaches in the UK at the current time.
£19 before 7th May
In this presentation of over 100 slides covering hours of quality information and material you will learn:
All the barBells and Whistles- Current trends in strength and conditioning including:
Efficacy and Evidence base behind the following training methods:
- Time under tension training
- Occlusion Training
- Post Activation Potentiation
- Functional Isometrics
- Bands and Chains
- Training to Failure
- Complex Training
- Optimal Load Training
Evidence Based Considerations for strength and power in elite team sports
Duncan is the head of S&C for Newcastle United Football club. You will learn his programming methodologies to optimise performance in football players utilised the block periodisation system of training.