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Intro

  • FRI, 31ST MAR 2023
  • 09:00AM-11:00AM (GMT+8)
Learn how to train across the force velocity profile and use various lifting strategies to develop explosive power in your clients and athletes.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain an understanding of the force velocity profile and how to use it to your advantage in training speed and power
  • Explore various lifting strategies that have proven results in athletic performance
  • Learn to program strategically for explosive speed and power
RANELL HOBSON
Ranell is a 25 + year Sport & Fitness Industry leader and an award-winning presenter. Founder of the Academy of Sport Speed Australia (ASSA), Ranell is a Strength and Conditioning coach with a specialty in running speed and strength. Known as the Queen of Speed, Ranell works with athletes across a multitude of sports getting them fitter, faster and stronger for season best performances. Ranell has a Masters degree in High Performance Coaching and a Bachelor degree in Sport Science and Coaching as well as being an ASCA L2 Pro Coach and a L3 ATFCA Coach. Ranell is a regular presenter at Strength & Conditioning and Fitness Conventions and has delivered her Running courses and Athlete clinics across Australia, the UK and Asia. . Ranell works with sports players and athletes to international standard worldwide and has conducted workshops at major sporting academies such as Arsenal, Southampton and Leicester. Ranell views her athletes continuous improvement and Personal Best Performances as her favourite achievements. An elite masters athlete in her own right, Ranell holds multiple State, National and Oceania titles in the Sprint events and is a previous World Record holder in the 4 x 100m relay. Ranell was the Head Teacher of the Sport and Fitness Department for NSW TAFE for 20 years, responsible for educating countless Personal Trainers and Coaches that have gone on to highly successful careers. In 2019 she was honoured to be awarded the prestigious ASCA Performance Development Coach of the Year for her work with developing athletes.