Referenten & Programm 2018

Vorkonferenz Workshop am Freitag

Henk Kraaijenhof

war bei 5 Olympischen Spielen (1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004) als akreditierter Trainer tätig. Als aktiver Leichtathlet war der Niederländer 3x Landesmeister über 400 m (Bestzeit 47,4 s) und 100 m (Bestzeit 10,5 s). Henk hat u.a. die Top-Leichtathleten Merlene Ottey und Sandra-Farmer-Patrick trainiert und war in den Sportarten Fußball (Juentus Turin, Grashppers Zürich), Ski Alpin (Hermann “Herminator” Maier), Rugby, Volleyball (Nationalmannschaft NED), Feldhockey (Olympiamannschaft NED), Handball, Bobsport, Judo, Tennis (Mary Pierce) und Golf aktiv.


Henk war der bestbewerteste Referent in unserer Teilnehmerbefragung 2017. Dieses Jahr konnten wir Ihn für einen Tages-Workshop am Tag vor der Konferenz gewinnen. Hier gehts zur Anmeldung. 

Schnelligkeitstraining: Mythen und Realität

1. Schnelligkeit, klar - aber worüber reden wir eigentlich?

2. Warum ist Schnelligkeit so schwierig zu verbessern?

3. White Man can't Jump - or Sprint

4. Sprinttechnik: Wieviel Lauftechniken gibt es eigentlich?

5. Klassische Irrwege

6. Schlüsselpunkte - Was is ist wichtig?

7. Zukünftige Entwicklungestendenzen im Schnelligkeitstraining

8. Praktische Tricks und Geheimnisse



Hauptkonferenz  Samstag & Sonntag

Jonas Dodoo

Jonas developed as a coach through his passion for speed and power and was lucky enough to be under the tutelage of Master Coach Dan Pfaff for four years. Jonas has worked with many elite performers across a range of sports but with his main successors and main role within Track and Field. Jonas currently has an Elite Group of Sprinters based out of the National Institute at Loughborough and he is also currently Consulting at  Premiership and Championship Football and Rugby clubs working with their staff and first team players.

 

Lecture:

Speed Skills Training Menu: Exercise selection for specific adaptations

 

 


Joseph Dolcetti

Joseph is a futurist, innovator and leader with a career that has 

spanned over 31 years and included training athletes from the NBA, NHL, MLB, MLS, Team Canada,  UBC Athletics, Canadian Armed Forces, Police, as well as having trained, worked and collaborated with athletes, coaches and sport scientists around the World including, China Olympic Committee,  Malaysian Sport Institute, Thailand, Singapore, UK, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Doha Olympic Committee and much more. He has had the very fortunate opportunity to work with and learn from many of the world’s best. This has given him a truly global and intimate understanding of human adaptation complimenting his intuitive understanding of human movement.


Dr. Kornelius Kraus

Ph.D., MS, MA

 

Kornelius Kraus arbeitet an der Schnittstelle von Wissenschaft, Technologie und Trainingspraxis. Durch seine Arbeit in sportwissenschaftlichen Einrichtungen (Universität der Bundeswehr München,  University of San Diego Sports Medicine) und Betreuung von Leistungssportlern (PROathlete) sowie die Mitarbeit in Entwicklungsprojekten ist er mit praktischen und wissenschaftlichen Fragestellungen vertraut. Kornelius referiert auf nationalen und internationalen Konferenzen (GOTS, ECSS, IOC) und bietet Workshops für Verbände (BDFL, BDR, BDVG) oder Kliniken und Praxen (Hopital de la Tours, Genf) an. Außerdem ist er Initiator des PROathlete Talks – wo er regelmäßig Wissenschaftler und Trainer interviewt um Wissenschaft und Praxis einander näherzubringen (http://www.proathlete.de/proathlete-talk/).

 

 

 

Vortrag: Regeneration analysieren und Interventionen abstimmen

 


Michael Young, PhD

Mike has coached athletes to National and / or World Championship appearances in 5 sports (bobsled, skeleton, track & field, triathlon, weightlifting) as well as directing the training plans for professional athletes in the MLS, MLB, NFL NHL and PGA and has coached at 4 Division 1 NCAA programs.

He has authored or co-authored research on sprinting, balance, motor learning, stretching & biomechanics of throwing that has been published in peer-reviewed international research journals. Additionally, he has presented his research at national and international conferences. He serves as an invited editor for Journal of Sports Sciences, Sports Biomechanics, International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching and has been a biomechanist for USA Track & Field since 2001.

 

Lecture 1:

Eccentric strength training progressions, means and methods

 

Lecture 2:
Developing strength that transfers to sport performance

 


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Christoph Rottensteiner

Ph.D., Country Manager DACH

 

Christoph Rottensteiner holds a doctoral degree in sports science from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. From 2010 to 2014, the native-born Grazer worked as a research assistant at the Finnish Olympic training center KIHU in a national longitudinal research project. His passion for scientific analysis of physiological data, technological innovation and professional sports in all its facets finally brought him to Firstbeat, where he has been head of the German-speaking region since 2014.

 

Vortrag: Internes Belastungsmonitoring: Leistungsgrenzen finden und überwinden