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Endurance Running Course - March 2019

Saturday 30 March 2019, 10:00 - 16:00

DistanceTypeChampionshipPermitMeasured
Road No Yes N/A

Endurance Running Course to be hosted by Ballincollig AC

 

Gaelscoil na Dúglaise/Gaelscoil an Athar Tadhg Ó Murchú, Douglas

Saturday March 30th 2019

 

endurance workshop douglas march 2019

 

Ballincollig AC will host an Athletics Ireland Endurance Running course, on Saturday March 30th 2019, in Gaelscoil na Dúglaise/Gaelscoil an Athar Tadhg Ó Murchú, South Douglas Road Cork



Course Director - Rosemary Ryan

rosemary ryan aRosemary Ryan, Dooneen AC

Saturday's course will be delivered by former Irish International, Rosemary Ryan. Rosemary represented Ireland in the Women's 5,000m, at the Sydney Olympics (2000), where she ran 15:33.05. She represented Ireland at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships five times, from 1999 to 2006, and was a member of the Irish team that won Bronze over the short course, at the 2002 World Cross Country Championships, in Dublin. She also won Team Silver at the 2003 European Cross Country Championships, in Edinburgh.

 

She won a total of four titles outdoors (1,500, 3,000 and 5,000) and two titles indoors (1,500 and 3,000), as well as two road relay titles and one individual cross country title, at the Irish Universities (IUAA) Athletics Championships.

In all, Rosemary Ryan won nine senior Irish National Titles - two track titles, four road titles and three cross country titles. She won the 2006 5,000 metres, and 2003 10K, on the track, while, on the road, she won two 10K road titles (2004 &05), and two half marathon titles (1999 & 2003).

Rosemary Ryan's IAAF Profile

 

This Course is Open to ALL

The course cost is €60 per person, and is open to Athletics Ireland members aged over 16 years. It is also open to non-members, including Triathletes, and anyone interested in Endurance Running

 

The course capacity is twenty five (25) participants total

 

However, if there is large demand, Cork Athletics will host another course on another date

 

Register for Course


Enquiries

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / Regional Development Officer, Athletics Ireland, phone 0858060440

 

Course Location

The course will be held in Gaelscoil an Athar Tadhg, South Douglas Road, Cork.  The school is located off the Douglas West slip-road from the N40 South Ring-Road

 

douglas gaelscoil location map

Douglas Gaelscoil Location Map

 

douglas gaelscoil direction map

Directions from South Douglas Road roundabout

 

Would Your Club Like to Host an Endurance Running Course?

Approaches, from other Athletics Ireland clubs, to host these courses would be welcome.

 

Course Information and Content

The aim of the Endurance Running course is to give some basic knowledge/skills to the endurance coach to help assist in the delivery of coaching sessions to young athletes/Fit4Life groups/Road Runners etc. It is an introduction to some key endurance principles.  



Endurance Running Course - 30th of March

An introduction into the key principles of endurance running.
Content can cover training methods, periodisation , juvenile and Fit4Life Development.
This would be a very good course for those considering introducing a Fit4Life programme to their club.

 

Content

Barriers to Running/Fit4Life/Leadership

  •     Coaches will learn about some of the barriers/challenges people experience with regard to starting running and ways to counteract this
  •     Coaches will learn about Fit4Life, its impact on athletics in Ireland and what it’s all about
  •     Coaches will learn about why people want to become leaders and the role leaders play

Coaching/Motivating/Goal Setting

  •     Coaches will learn about the art of coaching, coaching confidence and the importance of good communication and building relationships
  •     Coaches will learn about motivation and the part it plays in the coaching process
  •     Coaches will learn about the basics of goal setting and come away knowing how to introduce this with their athletes

Warming Up & Warming Down Practical on Track

  •     Coaches will learn about the theory behind a warm up and cool down and know how to bring an athlete through the physical part of a warm up and cool down and how best to lay this out
  •     Coaches will learn about running technique and some drills to help with this

Training Principals/Heart Rates/Energy Systems

  •     Coaches will be introduced to the principles of training that will help guide everything they do when planning training
  •     Coaches will learn about the basics of training using a heart rate monitor and they benefits of this
  •     Coaches will be introduced to the basics of the energy systems and how they govern training & racing decisions

Training Aims/Setting Up a Training Plan Theory

  •     Coaches will learn about the key aims of endurance training and what coaches are trying to achieve from a scientific viewpoint
  •     Coaches will learn about how to set up a basic training plan and know what a microcyle, mesocyle and macrocycle is

Setting Up a Training Plan Practical  (Coaches Work in Groups Developing Training Microcycles)

  •     Coaches will learn about developing a full microcyle of a given athlete and get vital practice writing this down and presenting to the group
  •     Coaches will learn about how others in the group can achieve the same goals for a given athlete but in a different training plan format

Final Training Tips and Q&A

Coaches will learn some final useful tips that will add to their coaching armoury and have the opportunity to ask any questions with regard to the course or training in general

 

Athletics Ireland Coach Education

 

Endurance Running Course Details

 

Duration: This is a course over 1 day or 2 nights (8 hours in total)

Entry Requirements: The Endurance Running Course is open to all those 16 years or over. It is open to people from all sporting codes and not just members of Athletics Ireland.

Assessment/ Qualification: There is no exam and is certified by Athletics Ireland & Coaching Ireland

Cost:  €60

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