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Speed and Acceleration Masterclass with Loren Landow and Ian Jeffreys

We are pleased to be supporting Setanta College and their upcoming Speed and Acceleration Masterclass event with two of the world’s leading sprint coaches and Human Kinetics authors Loren Landow and Ian Jeffreys.

About the Speed and Acceleration Masterclass

This practical workshop is a unique opportunity to meet and learn from two of the best strength and conditioning and speed specialist coaches, in the world.

Date: Saturday, 17 February 2018 from 09:30 to 16:00 (GMT).

Location: Ballyfermot Training Centre, Ballyfermot, Ireland.

This workshop is open to all athletes, players and coaches or for anyone with an interest in Athletic Development. It will be a highly practical day and you will be encouraged to get involved.

The training methods you will see during this workshop are some of the most advanced in the world and proven to improve performance.

Landow and Jeffreys have worked in the field with over 50 years experience between them both, having trained and prepared some of the worlds very best athletes. However, their greatest skill is adapting their coaching to the individual regardless of their level. You will learn from the best and in turn, will be able to apply the knowledge to your own training or those you coach.

About Loren Landow

Speed & Acceleration Masterclass Loren LandowAuthor of Ultimate Conditioning for Martial Arts Loren is an elite speed and agility coach and has trained thousands of athletes of all ages and abilities. Most known for his work with fighters from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and working with some of the best athletes in the National Football League (NFL). Loren has also worked with athletes from Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, National Hockey League, as well as Olympic gold medalists and a world-record holder. Landow’s philosophy is simple: Maximize human performance through efficiency. Through accurate training methods, proper mechanics become second nature.

With a full arsenal of exercises and drills, he aims for efficiency in training, which transfers to each athlete’s specific sport or individual playing position. He firmly believes that speed, power, strength, agility, flexibility (mobility and stability), balance and conditioning are biomotor skills an athlete must develop for success.

About Ian Jeffreys

Speed & Acceleration Masterclass Ian JeffreysThe author of Soccer Speed Professor Ian Jeffreys is an internationally renowned coach and educator. He is regarded as a world authority in the development of speed, agility and conditioning for team sports. His unique Gamespeed system and RAMP warm-up protocols have been adopted by a wide range of coaches and organisations and clubs.

He is a Professor of Strength and Conditioning at the University of South Wales, where he coordinates all of the University S&C activities. Ian also manages the strength and conditioning programmes for Cardiff City Football Club’s Academy.

Jeffreys believes the ability to move effectively, in the context of the game, is critical to all players. His practical session will look at the key movement patterns that underpin sports performance and introduce effective methods by which these can be implemented and progressed in a training programme.

About Setanta College

Setanta College is an internationally renowned centre of excellence in all aspects of Strength and Conditioning. Their mission is to be the world’s best provider of S&C, coaching, fitness and health education courses including seminars and workshops.

Take a look at all the events we are attending or supporting on our events page.

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