Dr. Jay Dawes is the co-editor for the NSCA’s Developing Agility and Quickness, co–author of Maximal Interval Training, and has written numerous book chapters and articles on improving sports and tactical performance. His primary research interests are improving performance for both sports and tactical performance among law enforcement officers.
In this session, Dr. Dawes discusses the best ways to measure acceleration, top end speed and speed endurance, as well as how to use these results to individualize an athletes speed training program.
- Learn the different speed subqualities that should be trained and how they relate to one another
- Understand the best way to measure and assess speed
- Discover how to use basic analysis to individualize training programs based on an athletes strengths and weaknesses.
|Module 1||Jay Dawes - Speed Testing|
|Unit 1||Jay Dawes - Speed Testing|