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Week one in pictures…

Week one of the summer block of the EJU level 4 performance coach award is complete! Here are some pictures, the students are going down to the British Judo Performance Institute today for the test fights and overload training of the British Olympic team.

Some pictures of the Strength and Conditioning module delivered at Core-Cambridge, more photo’s of this soon. Also our biomechanics preparation lectures, physiology practical sessions and mat based sessions with world and Olympic champion Maki Tsukada.

 

Week two is just as packed!!

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The summer block has started….

Monday saw the start of the summer block of the European Judo Union Level 4 performance coach award.

As explained in my previous post there are 4 modules – year one are predominantly doing physiology, year two are doing biomechanics and Strength & Conditioning.

 

Today has seen our first years looking at EMG and our second years doing strength and conditioning. There was also a keynote session by world and Olympic champion Maki Tsukada (JPN)

Here are some photos from so far….

 

 

 

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European Judo Union level 4 and 5 coaching award – week 1

It is the end of week one of our physiology for judo block on the European Judo Union level 4 and 5 coaching awards. It has been a very demanding week that has included learning about the energy systems, the neuromuscular system and relating these to judo. The students have enjoyed the block so far but rather than waffle I will leave you with some pictures.

 

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There is more information about this two week block on Facebook at the judo knowledge page and there is more information on joining the course at www.anglia.ac.uk/judo. We are also on twitter @EJUCoach.

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