Speedwork training with Ryan Grubbs & Jonas Dodooby Track Football Consortium TFC
While some coaches and runners use the term "speed work" to describe a run that is faster than your average speed, speed work is actually a training workout in which you run for certain times at, near, or even faster than your usual max pace. The goal of speed training is to improve your speed and explosive abilities as used in many fitness disciplines to increase speed and athletic ability.
In this course, Coaches Ryan Grubbs and Jonas Dodoo discuss kinematics and technical profiling as well as how to specialize training depending on one's physical ability. They break down (FVP) Force Velocity Profile and how it benefits your training.
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Ryan Grubbs is the assistant director of football strength & conditioning. Grubbs joined the Boilermakers after serving one year as the lead assistant strength & conditioning coach at Louisiana Tech. He was director of baseball strength & conditioning and assistant for football, working with the Bulldogs’ running backs, linebackers, tight ends and quarterbacks. Prior to Louisiana Tech, Grubbs spent two years at the University of Mississippi, first as a football strength & conditioning volunteer assistant before moving up as assistant coordinator of strength & conditioning. He worked with the Rebels’ women’s basketball and men’s golf programs in the latter role.
Grubbs got his start in collegiate athletics at the University of Indianapolis, where he worked as an intern assistant strength & conditioning coach for one year before being promoted to associate director of strength & conditioning for two years.
Jonas Dodoo is a British high performance coach based in Loughborough, Leicestershire. Dodoo is internationally known as the coach of the aspiring runner, Reece Prescod, and several other Olympic and Paralympic medalists. He was one of the eight coaches who underwent UK Athletics’ Elite Coaching Apprenticeship Programme.