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Masterclass - Biomechanical Principles in Developing Maximum Velocity Running ft. Dr Ken Clark [CONAJUM202]
Dr. Ken Clark is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at West Chester University (WCU), joining the WCU faculty in the Fall 2015 Semester. Ken teaches Biomechanics and Kinetic Anatomy at the undergraduate level, and teaches Motor Learning at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

In this masterclass, Dr. Clark will present on the biomechanical principles in developing maximum velocity running, to include, what the latest research tell us, the critical factors and considerations for our coaching practice.

This session is suitable for coaches and athletes, in any event, looking to gain a better understanding of the underpinning biomechanics principles and how they can apply these in their own coaching/sporting context.

The session will be hosted by England Athletics Event Group Lead for Jumps and Combined Events, Darren Ritchie

Mar 26, 2021 07:30 PM in London

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Dr Ken Clark
Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology @West Chester University (WCU)
Dr. Ken Clark is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at West Chester University (WCU). Ken’s research interests include the mechanical factors underlying athletic performance and injury mechanisms, and he has special expertise in speed and agility development. In addition to teaching and conducting research, Ken has over a decade of speed development and strength & conditioning coaching experience. He has coached in the private sector (Summit Sports Training Center), the high school level (Dallas Jesuit Prep), and in the collegiate setting (Dickinson College, Haverford College, and WCU). Ken has also been a biomechanics consultant for USA Track and Field, ALTIS, and Parisi Speed School. Ken has coaching certifications from the NSCA, USA-Weightlifting, and USA Track & Field. Ken received his PhD in Applied Physiology and Biomechanics from Southern Methodist University in Dallas in 2014, where he was mentored by Dr. Peter Weyand.