Reverse Engineering Game Speed - Keir Wenham-Flattby Track Football Consortium TFC
Reverse Engineering is a concept where in order to understand the whole, you must understand the pieces. That way if something fails you will see why and be able to fix that specific step and put it back together better than what it was before.
Coach Keir Wenham-Flatt teaches Reverse Engineering for:
- The Athlete
- The Game
- Technical Preparation
- Physical Preparation
- Psychological Preparation
This will help you understand all aspects that go into the sport and teach/train your athletes better and easier.
Director of Athletics Performance – Coordinator of Football Performance Keir Wenham-Flatt is Coordinator of Football Performance, a role in which he oversees all aspects of the physical performance training of William & Mary’s football student-athletes. His duties include weight room based strength and power development, speed, agility, conditioning, and close integration with the football staff to monitor training load, offer sport science insights and assist in the management of the training process. Wenham-Flatt comes to W&M after working within professional rugby for nearly a decade in five different countries including the UK, Australia, China, Japan and Argentina. Among his career highlights are a fourth-place finish at the 2015 Rugby World Cup with Los Pumas Argentina and a 2014 World Club Challenge win with Sydney Roosters Rugby League. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Science, and a master’s degree in Strength & Conditioning.