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Courses

Postby joclubbsportsci » Wed Aug 03, 2016 12:51 am

In this topic feel free to post information and links about up coming courses in Sports Science, Strength and Conditioning, Performance Analysis, and anything you think is relevant. If you click on the spanner icon in the corner of the topic (next to Post Reply) you can select to subscribe to the topic to make sure you never miss an opportunity!
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Is There a Tug of War Between Injury Risk and Performance?
http://sportsdiscovery.net/journal/2018 ... rformance/

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Re: Courses

Postby joclubbsportsci » Wed Aug 03, 2016 12:57 am

The FA Level 3 in Physical Performance - (PPCAL34)
http://eventspace.thefa.com/FALearning/ ... ?id=172262

Course Overview:
The course is specifically designed for individuals with an interest in the physical preparation of football players. It will provide candidates with the requisite theoretical and practical knowledge to support the delivery of physical conditioning programmes within grassroots and professional football.

Upon successful completion of the award, candidates should:
• Understand the fitness demands associated with football match-play and training
• Design, implement and evaluate sport- specific fitness programmes for football
• Describe suitable nutritional interventions to support training and match-play


English Institute of Sport (EIS) Skills 4 Performance
http://www.eis2win.co.uk/app/uploads/20 ... rmance.pdf

Skills training for elite performance:
Physiology, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Performance Lifestyle, Biomechanics, Performance Analysis and Strength and Conditioning.

The English Institute of Sport is looking for the next generation of support staff to join the team that has helped to develop
a wealth of European, Commonwealth, World, Olympic and Paralympic medallists since 2002. The EIS’s hugely successful 3
day immersive residential course, ‘Skills4Performance’, will be returning in early 2017 to help potential practitioners develop
their skills in Physiology, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Performance Lifestyle, Biomechanics, Performance Analysis and
Strength and Conditioning.


GWS Giants Athletic Performance & Elite Nutrition Fasttrack Programmes
http://www.gwsgiants.com.au/club/administration/careers

Our integrated, interdisciplinary Athletic Performance Unit (APU) is scouring the globe for the next intake of young and driven performance coaches for our 2017 Athletic Performance FastTrack Programme (FTP).

This is not your normal ‘internship’, where all you will do is clean gym equipment. Sure, we all do that, but in the FTP, you will be working with one of the most exciting lists in the AFL and you will be exposed to every part of our programme in an intensive and assessed curriculum-based 10-month programme, aimed at accelerating your development into an elite high performance practitioner. The curriculum consists of both professional and technical development and this will be the cornerstone of your graduation from the programme.
New Sports Discovery Blog Post --->

Is There a Tug of War Between Injury Risk and Performance?
http://sportsdiscovery.net/journal/2018 ... rformance/

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Re: Courses

Postby joclubbsportsci » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:35 pm

Load Monitoring workshops with Tim Gabbett coming up in Australia, England, Canada and New Zealand:
https://twitter.com/TimGabbett
New Sports Discovery Blog Post --->

Is There a Tug of War Between Injury Risk and Performance?
http://sportsdiscovery.net/journal/2018 ... rformance/

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Re: Courses

Postby joclubbsportsci » Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:25 pm

http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/2016/septe ... r-workshop

Metabolic Power Workshop

Fulham Football Club is offering the opportunity to take in a workshop led by two world-leading speakers in sports medicine.

Pietro Enrico di Prampero and Cristian Osgnach will discuss different approaches to assessing players’ workload during their activity on the pitch, with a focus on the differences between the traditional approach based on speed categories, and the new one based on the estimated energy expenditure.

Part One of the three-hour workshop, run by Pietro, will look at energy cost of accelerated running and metabolic power, while Cristian in Part Two discusses the high intensity obtained from metabolic power.

Date: 5/10/2016

Venue: Fulham FC

Time: 15:00 – 18:00

Price: £50 per a ticket (Coffee break inc)
New Sports Discovery Blog Post --->

Is There a Tug of War Between Injury Risk and Performance?
http://sportsdiscovery.net/journal/2018 ... rformance/


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