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  • Current Trends in Movement Training

More About Duncan French


With over 10 years experience as a strength and conditioning specialist, Duncan has a wealth of knowledge in the physical preparation of elite and high performance athletes.  He has coached athletes from a host of different sports at all levels, including professional sports, those competing to Olympic and World-class standards, NCAA athletes, and athletes affiliated to National Sports Institutes and Olympic Training Centres.Nick is a sought after ‘expert’ and has presented seminars and practical demonstrations on strength and conditioning for the Football Association, the National Sports Medicine Institute, the British Olympic Association and the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. Nick has articles published in leading sports publications including Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Maxim, Four Four Two, Fighting Fit, Peak Performance as well as a monthly column in Sports Injury Bulletin. Nick has a great ability to make the complex, seem obvious and simple.


Duncan French

Title: Current Trends in Movement Training
Coach/Presenter: Duncan French
Number of Videos: 1
Total Duration: 2 hours 21 minutes

Movement training incorporate many elements including speed and agility, sport specific movement qualities, co-ordination, balance and proprioception and many more. It is often referred to as the missing link between the weights room to the competitive arena. The question is, can you design effective coaching sessions and interventions to ensure that transfer of training occurs?


Here’s what you’ll learn from watching the video series


  • What do we class as good movement and what are we actually looking for?
  • Classifying movement: The 6 prime movement patterns you need to know about
  • How to optimise athletic movement
  • A 7 step improvement paradigm, follow this and you cant go wrong!!
  • Functional stability training and where this fits in to your programmes
  • Footwork progressions- emphasising contact and quality
  • Much more