The first of the run leader series in Birmingham. The first workshop will focus on risk management and planning for mixed event group runners.
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.
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.
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.
England Athletics will be hosting regional coach and athlete development workshops covering discus, shot, javelin, and hammer. These workshops are aimed at coaches who have completed the Athletics Coach qualification or the old level 2 and above.
A masterclass aimed at England Athletics Coaches who coach Sprints, including workshops, discussions and talks on Long Term Athlete Development, Energy System Development, Planning and Preparation, Video Analysis and Interactive Planning, plus a practical session.
Sessions provide the opportunity for coaches to work in small teams, enabling them to share ideas whilst working with athletes of their selected age group. The emphasis is on the technical development of hurdlers but other aspects of athlete development, e.g. strength and conditioning - will also figure.
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.
The European Throws Conference forms part of the Coaching Summit Series for 2017. It is collaboratively hosted by both Loughborough University British Athletics. The aim is to bring the best coaches together and share best practice focussing on the processes through which athletes must go if they are to perform consistently at an elite level.
Endurance workshops looking at specific areas for endurance coaches looking to develop their athletes. This endurance workshop will cover competition planning from local to regional level.