Episode 12: Rhys Ingram

rhysRhys Ingram is an S&C coach for the EIS working with GB Taekwondo on how the sport has evolved since London 2012, what it takes to win, interpreting subjective opinions from technical coaches and what they’ve been up to in preparation for the Olympic Games in Rio this year.

This episode marks a slight change to the format of the show as I’m very happy to welcome Rob Anderson of Fortius Training into the mix!  Rob will be providing segments on relevant resources, cpd & jobs as well as some interviews in the future as we strive to deliver more regular content.  I’m also pleased to say that when I started the podcast back in October 2015, I set myself a target of 1 per month and this episode means I’ve beaten that goal for the first year.  Thanks for listening and enjoy the show.

Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi

Coach Your Best Podcast by Jeremy Boone

CEO Strength Coach by Ron McKeefery

Jobs:

Technical Instructor: 18.5 hours at Brighton University

Part Time S&C Coach with Core Sports Coaching

EIS S&C Coach with British Skeleton and Multi-Sport

S&C Trainee at University of Birmingham

S&C Coach at St Mary’s University with Royal School of Ballet

Lead Sports Scientist at Hibernian Football Club

Performance Nutritionist at Celtic Football Club

Modelling of Sprint Running at University of Bath

Player Monitoring at Bangor University

Royal School of Ballet MRes at St Mary’s University

Rugby Injury Surveillance at University of Limerick

S&C Intern at Blackheath RFC

Work Experience with GB Rowing

S&C Interns at ST Peter’s High School with James Baker

CPD
Velocity Based Training with Dan Baker contact fortiustraining@outlook.com

Jonas Dodoo presents SpeedWise with guest speaker JB Morin on 27th & 28th June

Dan John seminar with Strength Matters on 9th July

 21st Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science in Vienna, between 6th and 9th of July, 2016

 

 

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