Weight lifting for Increased Performance Master Class & Developing Speed

Force S&C are excited to announce a series of performance workshops in partnership with Jeremy Moody.

Jeremy is currently the Programme Director for the MSc in Strength and Conditioning at Cardiff Metropolitan University and previously held a number of Performance Director roles in both able-bodied and disability sport. Jeremy has previously worked for the English Institute of Sport as a Regional Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach and Performance Manager at UK Athletics. A previous Chairman of, and member of the UKSCA Board of Directors. Jeremy has also been a UKSCA lead assessor and senior tutor. Jeremy is a regular speaker both nationally and internationally in the field of Strength and Conditioning.
(UKSCA = UK Strength & Conditioning Association)

As you can see you have the unique opportunity to learn from one of best coaches in the industry, places are limited and will be sold on a first come first served basis.

The workshops offer an excellent opportunity to learn and develop at outstanding value.
For prices of the workshops please contact us.

Weight lifting for Increased Performance Master Class
These sessions are for intermediate level trainers in the exercises of Dead Lift, Front/Back Squat, Clean and Snatch

Maximum numbers 10

Aim: To increase personal performance in these movements in a 4 week macro cycle (technical and performance outcome).

Duration: 75 minutes for 4 consecutive weeks (12.45-14.00)

27th Jan – Session 1 (12.45-14.00)
3rd Feb – Session 2 (12.45-14.00)
10th Feb – Session 3 (12.45-14.00)
17th Feb – Session 4 (12.45-14.00)

Here the session will look to identify the technical competencies of the lifters and coach them through a 4 week programme of technical and physical development. It will be a training session format with programmes established and tailored to the individual’s technical development.

Aimed at those individuals who regularly use the Olympic Lifts who:

1) Have hit a sticking point in performance progressions and want to open up a new window of performance progression
2) Those individuals searching for increased performance transfer from their training to sport
3) Those people who want to increase their personal bests in their training

strong>Developing Speed
Aimed at athletes/players, coaches, personal trainers and fitness industry professionals

Duration 2.5 hours

17th Feb – 14.00-16.30

A theoretical and practical perspective on the areas required for development in trying to run faster and how this relates to team games and individual sports

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