In episode 168, Jon Goodwin and Dan Cleather Authors of The Biomechanics of Sprinting: Force 2, joins us.
Specifically Jon & Dan will be looking at:
- The physiological requirements for running quickly
- Role of technique in sprinting
- How sprinting differs per sport
- Case study: How to improve sprint speed
About Jon & Dan:
"Dan is a Professor of Strength and Conditioning at St Mary's University and an affiliate researcher at the Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE). As a coach he has worked with World and Olympic champions in athletics, rowing, canoeing and rugby. His writing covers a range of topics, but is typified by a search for simple fundamentals and a willingness to think differently."
Jon: "Jon is Director of Performance Services for the Saudi Olympic Training Center. As an academic Jon was previously Programme Director for both the BSc and MSC Strength and Conditioning programmes at St Mary’s University and his S&C and athletics coaching background spans a wide range of performance levels over that past 20 years."
Twitter: @dr_jump_uk Insta: @dancleather
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