Dr. Ken Clark: Simple Steps for Expert Insightby Track Football Consortium TFC
The use of video analysis enables athletes and coaches to take a critical look at their performance in order to avoid and prevent injury and improve performance. A player's performance can be captured on tape, and coaches often see details and techniques that most tend to overlook. An analysis of video motion gives us information about moving objects. Sports replays, acceleration and speed calculations, as well as task performance analysis in team and individual sports, can be used to achieve this.
In this course, Professor of Kinesiology at West Chester University, Dr. Ken Clark, shares his knowledge about athletic performance and shows us ways to calculate data to reach max velocity. Everything you need from behind the scenes to improve your speed.
Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. Takeaway Dr. Ken Clark's tips, strategies, and analysis and apply them to your own today!
Dr. Ken Clark is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Ken's research focuses on the underlying mechanical factors in athletic performance and injuries. Ken teaches Biomechanics and Kinetic Anatomy at the undergraduate level and teaches Motor Learning at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Ken played collegiate football and has more than a decade of hands-on coaching experience including working with teams and athletes at the high school, collegiate, and amateur/professional levels.
Certifications- CSCS, USA Weightlifting, USA Track & Field
Education- Ph.D., Applied Physiology and Biomechanics at Southern Methodist University, MS, Health and Physical Education/Kinesiology at West Chester University, BA, Psychology at Swarthmore College