The first of the run leader series in Birmingham. The first workshop will focus on risk management and planning for mixed event group runners.
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Day one of a workshop on how to develop the movement skills which will enable your athletes to move more quickly and efficiently, generate greater force and reduce the risks of injury. This workshop is for coaches working with athletes who are club level through to aspiring to international level.
Endurance workshops looking at specific areas for endurance coaches looking to develop their athletes. The workshop will be covering training planning over a 12-month period leading into target events (single double periodisation). Although largely classroom-based it will include case studies of when the plan gets interupted through injury and illness.
A workshop covering Long Jump, Triple Jump and High Jump aimed at Coaching Assistant and Athletics Coach level. A theory session on physical preparation and planning followed by a practical session.
Endurance workshops looking at specific areas for endurance coaches looking to develop their athletes. This Endurance workshop will cover planning and periodisation; work and rest ratios and cycles. Coaches are encouraged to attend with a Key Athlete to discuss loads, volume, intensity, planning goal setting, target projection.
Race Walk Come and Try Day.
Race Walk Training Day. This session will focus on technique and conditioning for race walking, tempo training, and a QA session with an international athlete reflecting on their 2017 season.
Coach and athlete jumps workshop covering long jump, triple jump, high Jump and pole vault. The workshop format will be based around theory and practical sessions. These workshops are for event group coaches or (old level 3 and above) and will have theory and practical sessions.
Endurance workshops looking at specific areas for endurance coaches looking to develop their athletes. Ideal for coaches looking to understand periodization, planning and getting the athlete into peak shape at the right time. Discussion and theory with thought also given to rest and recovery.
Speakers including Malcolm Brown (coach to many international athletes as well as Alistair and Jonny Brownlee), and Barry Fudge (Head of Endurance at British Athletics). The weekend takes the theme "How to Win - the development of power and speed for endurance" and has a mix of workshop, practical, discussion and networking sessions.