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About this episode

In this episode of the “Audio Review”, James de Lacey and Owen Walker discuss the current hot-topic of Force- Velocity Profiling, including what we currently know, and don’t know, from the research.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What Force-Velocity Profiling is
  • Who it may be useful for (e.g. what teams/athletes)
  • How you can Force-Velocity Profile your athletes and what the easiest method of doing is
  • The validity and reliability of those testing methods
  • When you should be looking to reduce and Force- Velocity imbalance throughout the year
  • What we currently don’t know about Force-Velocity Profiling
  • What research we hope to see in the near future

Episode length = 35 minutes

About James de LaceyJames de Lacey Science for Sport

James is currently the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach with Austin Huns Rugby. He has previously worked in professional rugby in Romania and with the NZ Women’s National Rugby League Team. He is a published author and has completed a MSc in Sport & Exercise Science from AUT, Auckland, NZ.

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