Training Library

The one-stop video resource for coaches and their athletes, and physical education teachers and their students, looking for quick and clear demonstrations of how to perform a range of exercises and training activities.

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Speed Training Activities

This channel features a menu of options for the development of sprinting abilities. Each instructional video includes simple 'holistic-type' cues helping athletes develop a 'feel' for the activity being undertaken. For a number of videos, these cues are combined with rhythmic notation based on drum beats to facilitate fluid and well coordinated movement. 

The following channel categories are available:

Drills


Relatively low intensity activities typically cyclic in nature and in part resemblance of the sprinting action aimed at reinforcing favourable body position, rhythm and tissue tolerance.




Jumps


Double and single leg impact driven jumping, hopping and leaping activities aimed at maximising leg power related strength qualities.




Throws


Explosive medicine ball throwing activities aimed at maximising whole and / or upper body power related strength qualities.




Primers


Sprinting with constraints (e.g. resistance, obstacles, change of surface) aimed at reinforcing key technical features whilst “sprinting” with high intent, often at velocities similar to those during free sprinting.




Sprinting


Pre-determined maximum (or close to) effort sprinting aimed at maximising sprinting specific speed adaptations.





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Athletic Development for Young Athletes

This channel offers coaches, physical education teachers and parents or carers a one-stop resource of demonstration videos aimed at enhancing the athletic and overall movement capabilities of young athletes. From gymnastics to agility games, these activities will equip children with movement competencies to help facilitate a lifelong healthy involvement in physical activity and sport.

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Agility for Young Athletes


Activities which require a change in direction of the whole body, in response to and in the absence of varying stimuli, aimed at developing efficient 'sport-like' movement capabilities.




Strength for Young Athletes


Activities in which resistance is applied to the body during a range of fundamental movements, aimed at increasing strength and coordination, whilst reducing injury risk.




Speed for Young Athletes


A range of coordination, jumping, sprinting and throwing based activities, aimed at enhancing the technical and physical qualities required to run fast, and with efficiency.





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Agility Training

This channel focuses on two main areas - change of direction and contextual speed and agility. Accessing these videos will enable the coach to broaden their agility training coaching 'tool box' and the athlete to apply effective agility training immediately in their practice. This channel provides a battery of activities from which frameworks to develop general and sport specific agility-related qualities can be formed.

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Drills


Relatively low intensity activities typically cyclic in nature and in part resemblance of the sprinting action aimed at reinforcing favourable body position, rhythm and tissue tolerance.




Jumps


Double and single leg impact driven jumping, hopping and leaping activities aimed at maximising leg power related strength qualities.




Throws


Explosive medicine ball throwing activities aimed at maximising whole and / or upper body power related strength qualities.




Primers


Sprinting with constraints (e.g. resistance, obstacles, change of surface) aimed at reinforcing key technical features whilst “sprinting” with high intent, often at velocities similar to those during free sprinting.




Sprinting


Pre-determined maximum (or close to) effort sprinting aimed at maximising sprinting specific speed adaptations.





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Strength Training

This channel provides coaches and their athletes with a comprehensive suite of strength-based exercises. We define 'strength' as 'the ability to produce the necessary amount of force within a time frame required by the task being undertaken'. As a result, any of the activities within our training library could be considered as developing strength qualities. However, the exercises within this category of the training library geared towards eliciting the physiological adaptations required to enhance one or more of the following strength based qualities: 1) enhance the ability to apply maximum levels of force; 2) enhance the ability to apply force within short time frames ('power'); 3) increase muscle size; 4) enhance the ability to apply force repeatedly ('muscular and power endurance')

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Lower Body Maximum Strength


Exercises in which force is applied to the body, aimed at enhancing the peak force that the legs are able to produce, irrespective of the time the activity takes to complete.




Upper Body Maximum Strength


Exercises in which force is applied to the body, aimed at enhancing the peak force that the arms are able to produce, irrespective of the time the activity takes to complete.




Lower Body Explosive Strength


Ballistic training exercises in which force is applied to the body, aimed at enhancing the ability of the legs to produce higher levels of force within shorter time frames, during predominantly concentric muscle actions.




Upper Body Explosive Strength


Ballistic training exercises in which force is applied to the body, aimed at enhancing the ability of the arms to produce higher levels of force within shorter time frames, during predominantly concentric muscle actions.




Reactive Strength


Activities in which force is applied to the body, aimed at improving the ability to change quickly from an eccentric to a concentric muscle contraction through enhancement of the stretch-shortening cycle mechanism.





Furō Motion | Strength Training