DYNAMIC POWER DEVELOPMENT
Want your hard work in the weight room to transfer to sport and life? Whether you're developing athletes or looking to increase your power, Derek Woodske translates power through throwing motions.
Strength sits on an island without your ability to display it. Identify holes in your program and the coaching points to increase your power.
Level up today with this course developed and delivered by world class thrower and coach, Derek Woodske. He identifies equipment you need, appropriate loads and reps for your program, and how to develop power through a full range of motion.
"The course is awesome, I love how it shows both the formal lecture and throwing coaching portions. It allows you to practically apply what you are being taught. Very relevant information for my line of work at the HS level, the ability to work my athletes with a low weight and still get maximum return is perfect great!"
- Tori Brown, HS Coach and Power Athlete Coach
"Dynamic Power Development is one of the most informative courses I have taken on developing power and throwing. I had the pleasure of attending Derek's presentations, so revisiting this in a course has been a treat. The presentation and written lessons are extremely digestible. This has made the implementation easy and applicable to use with my athletes. Derek's use of analogy, along with precise details of the movement patterns, has made my communication better as a coach when trying to explain to athletes what I am looking for in throwing. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from one of the best in the industry!"
- Matt Sullivan, CSCS and Power Athlete Coach
MEET YOUR COACH
Derek comes from the sport track and field having represented his country on two occasions at the world stage as a hammer thrower for team Canada. Derek worked under legendary S&C coaches Charles Poliquin and Jud Logan, while developing his own systems that have seen success from the NCAA, NFL to the Olympics. Derek continues to lecture and speak on the topics of human performance, while actively developing athletes for the next Olympic Games.
Get started now!
Section 1 - Dynamic Power Development
1.1: The Translation of Weight Room Power
1.2: The Big Four Movement Patterns
1.3: Pushing & Pulling Mechanics
1.4: Force Production Translation
1.5: Overcoming Implements
1.6: Implement Acceleration
Section 2 - Field Throwing Development for All Athletes
2.1: Introducing Med Ball Dynamic Throws
2.2: Dynamic Med Ball Progressions
2.3: Throwing for Maximal Force Production