NROC course singapore

Name of Programme:        Basic Power Training Workshop

Date: 24 Sep 2011, Sat

Time: 1pm  – 4pm

Venue: Singapore Sports Council Headquarters, 230 Stadium

Boulevard, Singapore 397799




The Gymnasium

Fee: $25.00 for NROC coach and $50.00 for Non-NROC Coach.

Deadline for Registration: 17 Sep 2011 or when the participation reaches the maximum capacity of 15, whichever is earlier. (Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis & only confirmed upon receipt of full payment).


Course Introduction:

Functional movements and athletic success depend on both the proper function of all active muscles and the speed at which these muscular forces are used. Power is used to define this force-speed relationship and one simple way of enhancing this quality is through the use of plyometric training. These refer to exercises that enable a muscle to reach maximal force the shortest period of time.


Course Outline:

The workshop will cover the theoretical and practical aspects of utilising plyometric training for power development.


From this workshop, participants will learn:

  • The physiology of plyometric training;
  • To coach correct execution and progression of lower- and upper-body plyometric exercises
  • To design safe and effective plyometric training programmes.


Profile of Speaker:

Mr. Julian Lim is a performance conditioning coach at the Singapore Sports Institute, where he implements sport-specific training programs for the national and elite level athletes. His current portfolio includes athletes competing in sailing, basketball, rowing and shooting. He endeavors to research and utilise evidence-based strength training principles to enhance an athlete’s sporting performance.


Julian graduated from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia with a Degree in Sports Science, majoring in Human Performance. He is also a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), an AWF Level 1 Club Weightlifting and Sports Power Coach, and an ATFCA Level 1 Track & Field Coach. He is currently pursuing a Graduate Research Programme, focusing on power development in sprinting performance.

To Register:

Please complete and submit the attached Registration Form together with your payment (either by Cash or Cheque) to Singapore Sports Council before 17 Sep 2011. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis and only confirmed upon receipt of full payment.


Contact Details:

Name: Coach Ong

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Tel: 6500 5296