BE coaching webinar: Improving female athletic performance

The latest instalment of BE's FREE performance basketball learning opportunities sees University of Kent Lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation Julie Gooderick deliver a a hugely informative session on female athletic performance.

  • When? 14 March 2024
  • Where? Via Zoom
  • Time: 7:30pm

As one of the UK's top female strength and conditioning coaches and researchers in female performance, Gooderick, will explain how coaches can help their athletes improve and stay consistent in their performances through various monitoring strategies, as well as highlighting many specific considerations for female athletes across all ages, including physical literacy, coaching approaches, sleep and athlete health. 

Gooderick is currently completing her PhD, investigating female athlete sleep habits, and the effects of sleep hygiene on performance; work which she has presented at national conferences.

Packed with practical tips for coaches, regarding best practice for working with female athletes across a range of ages - this webinar is not to be missed. 

Julie Gooderick

About Julie Gooderick

With over 15 years of experience working with female athletes, in both rehabilitation and strength and conditioning roles, Gooderick has supported athletes to two Olympic Games and worked within a wide range of sports. She is also a board director for the UK Strength and Conditioning Association.

In 2023, she joined the University of Kent School of Sport and Exercise Sciences. Outside the department, she regularly consults with several professional athletes, including Premier League and Women's Super League footballers, focusing on their sleep, rehabilitation, and performance, as well as consulting with many private schools in the initiation and development of their strength and conditioning programmes.