FRIDAY 17TH JUNE 2022
DEVELOPING PRODUCTIVITY IN FOOTBALL
What can organisations do to enhance the quality of feedback and review of interdisciplinary delivery to athletes to ensure high levels of productivity?
This workshop is designed to explore various technologies, resources and innovations to develop the day to day planning, delivery and review of our training stimulus and dose response and thereby improve the quality of support they provide to the players. It should be noted to proceed with caution as we have often found over time that Briliant Basics do come out on top in most situations. The real question is can the human touch reduce how brilliant this can be and should we rely on more objective technological advancement in certain areas to get more brilliant outcomes and in a labour saving manner.
If innovation can be utilised to refine, automate and improve the motivation of the player to work to their targets and simultaneously improve the ability of the practitioner to focus on their planning, interpersonal skills and coaching eye then surely this is a win-win situation.
Nutrition education strategies within academy football
The presentation will provide a brief overview of the nutritional requirements for academy footballer players. There will then be a discussion around potential strategies used to deliver nutrition education and support throughout all academy players, families, and coaching staff. The final part of the presentation will outline ways in which continued education can be achieved, both at the club and when players leave the training ground, by utilising an online nutrition education platform.
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Joining the dots: the use of simple data structure to maximise analysis potential.
In this presentation I will outline a few basic methods that will significantly improve the potential and efficiency of analysis, allowing practitioners to get to better data-driven answers, faster.
Strength, Power and Speed Characteristics in Elite Academy Soccer
This presentation will involve a discussion around the paper titled “Strength, Power and Speed Characteristics in Elite Academy Soccer”. The presentation will mainly focus on the practical applications that can be taken from this study.
Using lower limb accelerometery to improve the unknown during on-field rehabilitation
Integrating 23 individual schedules into 1 – Preparing players for the physical demand of international tournament
This presentation will discuss the processes undertaken by The FA Physical Performance team across the Youth Development and Professional Development Phases, to gather information on 23 individual players on different schedules and integrate them into a single international camp schedule. The processes will cover pre-camp information gathering from clubs, on-camp MDT working, and post-camp information sent to clubs.