In episode 39, Christian Bosse, Strength & Conditioning Coach at TeamNL, joins us.
Specifically Christian will be looking at:
- Importance of S&C in Track Cycling
- Teaching technical competency
- S&C progression through a career
- S&C for truly elite level athletes
"Christian Bosse has over 15 years of experience in coaching athletes at all levels from junior athletes to the elite level, he has coached more than 20 Olympians, 5 Olympic medallists and 10 World champions. Christian has worked for different national and international governing bodies, including the Catalan Tennis Federation, the British Lawn Tennis Association, the International Tennis Federation, the Chinese Olympic Committee, and the Olympic Committee of the Netherlands. He has also consulted for various organisations, helping with their long-term athlete development outline, including the Hong Kong Tennis Association, the International Tennis Federation and Vitesse Arnhem. Christian studied Sport Science in Germany and Spain and is an accredited Strength & Conditioning Coach by the UKSCA and NSCA, he also holds a Master's degree in International Sport Management."
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