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Events from England Athletics in the North East
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National Endurance Conference - How to Win: The Development of Power and Speed for Endurance

Venue: The Devon Hotel, Old Matford Lane, Exeter EX2 8XU

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.

Regional Coach and Athlete Workshop - Speed 1 (Sheffield)

Venue: English Institute of Sport Sheffield, Coleridge Road, Sheffield, S9 5DA

Covering 100m to 400m, sprint and long hurdles. 1.5 hour theory session on managing athletes in a training environment then a 1.5 hour practical session - with event specialist to identify key principles to add value and context to your coaching. Part 1 of a 2 part series.

Movement Skills Workshop: Part 1 - run, jump, throw (Gateshead)

Venue: Gateshead College Academy of Sport, next to Gateshead Int Stad, Neilson Road, Gateshead, Tyne And Wear NE10 0EF

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.

Regional Coach and Athlete Workshop - Speed 1 (Gateshead)

Venue: Gateshead College Academy of Sport, Neilson Road, Gateshead Tyne And Wear NE10 0EF

Covering 100m to 400m, sprint and long hurdles. 1.5 hour theory session on managing athletes in a training environment then a 1.5 hour practical session - with event specialist to identify key principles to add value and context to your coaching. Part 1 of a 2 part series.

Regional Coach and Athlete Workshop - Speed 1 (Manchester)

Venue: Eastlands (Formerly Sportcity) Gate 13 Rowsley Street, Manchester M11 3FF

Covering 100m to 400m, sprint and long hurdles. 1.5 hour theory session on managing athletes in a training environment then a 1.5 hour practical session - with event specialist to identify key principles to add value and context to your coaching. Part 1 of a 2 part series.

From LiRF to CiRF - going from being a Run Leader to coaching your runners (Middlesbrough)

Venue: Middlesbrough Sports Village, Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough TS4 3AE

The step from being a leader to becoming a coach can be a challenge. This workshop will give detailed information on the differences between the roles and the steps leaders will take as they take a coaching qualification. The workshop is for people who are currently qualified Run Leaders* who are looking to progress to the Coach in Running Fitness Course.

Movement Skills Workshop: Part 2 - run, jump, throw (Gateshead)

Venue: Gateshead College Academy of Sport, next to Gateshead Int Stad, Neilson Road, Gateshead, Tyne And Wear NE10 0EF

Day two of the 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.

Physical Preparation - mobility, movement and performance (Gateshead)

Venue: Gateshead College Academy of Sport, next to Gateshead Int Stad, Neilson Road, Gateshead, Tyne And Wear NE10 0EF

Focussing on how athletes can improve mobility, movement and therefore athletic performance, this workshop builds on the content in the England Athletics Movement Skills workshop. This workshop looks at movement assessment and interventions including use of foam rollers, hurdle mobility and coordination drills and strength training progressions.