Ian Jeffreys Game Speed Workshop – 8th June 2013, SportHouse Barking, East London.
- 09.30 – 10.00 : Registration and meet and greet
- 10.00 – 12.30 : Morning Session (Lecture/Practical)
- 12.30 – 13.30 : Lunch (lunch is not provided)
- 13.30 – 16.00 : Afternoon Session (Lecture/Practical)
Increasing the speed and agility of a player is often seen as crucial in developing superior sports performance. However, many traditional models of speed and agility development only have a limited transfer to performance. This session will look at the concept of “gamespeed”, and how it differs from traditional speed and agility models. Using this information will allow coaches to carefully examine and break down the key movement requirements of numerous sports. This will subsequently enable them set up “gamespeed” sessions and programmes that maximise the transfer from training to game performance.
One of the UK’s most experienced and respected coaches. Ian is a senior lecturer in strength and conditioning at the University of Glamorgan, and the Proprietor and Performance Director of All-Pro Performance , a performance enhancement company based in Brecon, Mid Wales. Ian has worked for over 20 years with numerous athletes and teams from a range of sports and at all levels from juniors through to professionals. A former professional rugby player, Ian is the author of Gamespeed, Total Soccer Fitness, the Coaches Guide to Enhancing Recovery, NSCA’s Speed Training Text, and has contributed book chapters to a number of publications including the Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. He has also authored numerous articles in peer reviewed journals internationally, given key note presentations at international Conferences , and delivered coach education seminars around the world. Ian is the editor of Professional Strength and Conditioning, the UKSCA’s professional journal, and an Associate Editor of the Strength and Conditioning Journal and Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning. He is on the Board of Directors of the UKSCA as well as being an accredited member, a certification assessor and coach educator with the organisation. Ian directs the Talented Athlete Development program for Powys in Wales, directs the athletic development programme for Cardiff City Football Club Academy, is a Fellow of the NSCA, and was the 2006 NSCA High School Professional of the year. (purchase Ian’s book below)
Nearest Tube – Upney (10-15 min walk)