Castlebar Workshop 11/12 Jan 2014

Robert Malseed is planning a workshop for athletes, coaches, massage therapists and physiotherapists on the 11th and 12th January 2014 at Castlebar Regional Training Centre, Aras an Chontae, The Mall, Castlebar, County Mayo.

Senior International endurance coach Dr. Joe Haveron. Joe was UK team manager at various International marathons such as China, Hong Kong and Poland. He was special advisor at the Seoul Olympics. He has also been team manager at various other International events including the Great North Run. Joe was Endurance Director at the European Coaching conference and coach education manager for NIAAA. He was also an IAAF drugs control officer as well as a regular columnist for Irish Runner and and editor of Coaching Today nagazine. As well as coaching many Kenyan athletes, Joe coached Ireland’s leading Olympians such as Dick Hooper, Jerry Kiernan,Tommy Hughes and Terry Greene among a list of other International athletes. Joe will be speaking on Injury Prevention,  differences in Male and female muscle imbalances, various surfaces, rest, recovery and nutrition.

Anthony Star Geoghegan the World leading Irish functional rehabilitation therapist better known as ”Star” is coming to Westport for the first time to take a Strength and Conditioning course on the MIRP board for athletes and also take a RIP Tool course for Elite athletes and physiotherapists. He designed and built the MRIP board which is biomechanically angled to aid nerve and muscular retraining, improve balance, stability, strength, speed and power. Muscle Recovery Injury Prevention board can cut injuries by 70%. The RIP Tool resembles a spanner and is modelled to glide across the vulnerable area and remove inflammation. He teaches people to help themselves because sports people need to recover after training. Anthony is coach to David Oliver the 2013 World 110mH Gold Medalist. He works with many of the leading American and Jamaican athletes such as Usain Bolt, Dwight Phillips, Yohan Blake, Shelley Ann Fraser Pryce and World High Jump champion Blanca Vlasic. His coterie of athletes won 13 Olympic gold medals in London

Robert Malseed, Applied Sport Psychology for both team sports and individual sports, covering such areas Goal setting, Competitive Anxiety Stress Problems (CASPs) POMs, CASI, and neural adaptation to exercise, learning behaviour, over training –QUICKSAND, Icarus Effect, Parsnip Effect and performance enhancement.

Anyone interested let me know as we need to look at booking for places. I will provide the cost as soon as I can, but this workshop will definitely be worth it.

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