AUSTRALIAN MASTERS ATHLETICS Inc
Coaches Comments and Training
WINTER THROWS TRAINING 2017
A winter throwing group will again be held at SA Athletics Stadium approximately every TWO WEEKS on Sunday mornings, starting at 9.30am, from 23 April 2017 until the end of September. Each training session will be held in the outside throwing area (behind the equipment storage sheds on the north side of the track). All five throws events will be covered through the winter. Cost will be $5 to cover the stadium training entry fee for each session attended (payable to David Bates).
All welcome - no booking required. This will be an opportunity to hone your throwing skills and get in some regular practice before the next summer season. Note that we are starting earlier this year to provide additional sessions for those throwers preparing for the 2017 AMA Track & Field Championships to be held in Darwin, 9-12 June.
SAMA Throws Training dates in 2017: 23 Apr, 7 May, 21 May, 4 Jun, 25 Jun, 9 Jul, 30 Jul, 13 Aug, 20 Aug, 3 Sep, 24 Sep.
All coaches associated with SAMA must be Accredited Athletics Coaches. That is, they must be registered and financial with Athletics Australia. Athletics SA only endorses accredited athletics coaches. Anyone wishing to become accredited should attend one of the courses being organised by ASA (an explanation of the different coaching levels can be found here). See the ASA website for full details of the courses.
Alternatively, someone with many years of coaching experience may request to be considered for Recognised Prior Learning (RPL), so that they do not need to sit through a course. This can be organised through Athletics Australia. Full details of the Athletics Australia Coach Accreditation Framework and RPL can be found here.
Peter Sandery training group information
Anne Lang McKinnon Parade Training Group
Sprint Training Groups
Training Notes / Articles by George White:
Training Notes / Articles by George White (cont):
|Hammer Throwing - author Don Quinn|
|Foot strike impact forces - author Peter Sandery||Mind games - author Peter Sandery|
|Elements of a training program - author Peter Sandery||Pacing strategies in distance racing - author Peter Sandery|
|AMA 2009 Coach Forum notes - author Peter Sandery||Choosing running shoes - author Peter Sandery|
|It hurts - Training Pain - author Peter Sandery||Plantar fascitis injury - Pain in the mid section of the bottom of the heel - author Peter Sandery|
|Think and ye shall do - Training does not just affect the muscles in the body, it also involves the brain - author Peter Sandery||Age and Performance (running that is) - the impact of age on aerobic capacity - author Peter Sandery|
|What does a distance runner need? - author Peter Sandery||Interval Training - author Peter Sandery|
|Masters Athletes - middle and long distance running - author Peter Sandery||Lower back Injuries - author Peter Sandery|
|Improving/maintaining maximum oxygen uptake (VO2max) - author Peter Sandery||High pressure performance - author Peter Sandery|
|Speed Endurance 1 - middle distance - author Peter Sandery||Speed Endurance 2 - long distance - author Peter Sandery|
|Running Shoes - Do my feet look big in these? - author Peter Sandery||Stretching - when to stretch - author Peter Sandery|
|Fatigue - Muscle or mind? - author Peter Sandery||Running and Diet - author Peter Sandery|
|Running and Drinking - author Peter Sandery||Age related loss of muscle function - Peter Sandery|
|Training with a Goal - author Peter Sandery||Distance Versus Speed - author Peter Sandery|
|Less Spring, Less Speed - author Peter Sandery||Iron and Body Fat - author Peter Sandery|
|Age Graded Tables - author Peter Sandery||Perceived Effort - author Peter Sandery|
|Fatigue - the sum of its parts - author Peter Sandery||Training paces (revisted) - author Peter Sandery|
Outstanding Runners - author Peter Sandery