Latest coaching resources at uCoach.com
uCoach is the online resource for athletics coaches in the UK. The uCoach website has been launched with the coach in mind – a one-stop shop for coaches to access information about coach development, coaching qualifications, events, news and coaching resources.
The website includes an article library, video, audio, documents, photos, blogs, interviews and more - suitable for all levels of coaches. Information is continuously and frequently added and usually available to all UK users or those outside the UK via login.
Detailed are resources dated 15th to 21st July.
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The following information has been uploaded recently
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Greg Hull: Major Competition Prep Part 3 (21.07.14)
Greg Hull is the former USA Track and Field Director of Pole Vault, a USA Track and Field Master Coach and the UCS Spirit National Pole Vault Summit Director of Coaching. In this video Greg talks about his experiences of preparing athletes for a Major Championships.
Will Benefit: (Pole Vault) Coaches.
Clarence Callender: Biomechanics of Sprint Acceleration Part 1 (21.07.14)
Clarence Callender combined his passion for athletics with a military career. His talent and dedication resulted in a silver medal at the Seoul 1988 Olympics in the 4×100 metres relay. Clarence is Head Coach at Track Academy and is working with the elite squad. Coach Clarence also works with England Athletics, imparting his great knowledge on other coaches up and down the country.
Will Benefit: (Sprint) Coaches.
Jarred Tallent 2001-2010 Part 1 (21.07.14)
Brent was an Australian representative Athlete between 1995-1998 at Race Walking, while completing his Bachelor of Sports Science Degree in Sports Coaching at the University of NSW. In 2003, Brent was offered 18 month study and work experience placement within the scholarship coaching program at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) working closely with some of Australia’s best senior coaches in Athletics.
Will Benefit: (Race Walking) Coaches.