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Sports Science Eclassroom Concept

  1. 1. SPORTS SCIENCE NETWORK ECLASSROOM Dr. Bob Ward We Deal in Msecs...Microns...Meters...Mils...Reps/Sec 1/15/2010 11:31:50.0000 VISION STARE AT THE DIAGRAMS...WHAT DO YOU SEE? THE ANATOMY OF WINNING ALL SPORTS
  2. 2. NO SHORTCUTS TO THE SUMMIT WHAT PRICE VICTORY? SUPER BOWL XII 1977 DALLAS COWBOYS 27 DENVER 10
  3. 3. ALL SPORTS REQUIRE TALENT + WORK
  4. 4. SCIENCE - DEFINING SPORTS PERFORMANCE ON-FIELD ANALYSIS
  5. 5. ALL STAR GAME ASSESSMENTS THE SENIOR BOWL EAST WEST GAME
  6. 6. ON FIELD ANMALYSIS (OFAS) FOOTBALL FIELD CALIBRATION
  7. 7. SPRINT ANALYSIS SPEED
  8. 8. SPEED FASTEST COWBOY
  9. 9. GAME ZONE - TIME ANALYSIS
  10. 10. GAME ANALYSIS EVENT TIME/DISTANCE GAME DURATION 3 HOURS PLAYS PER GAME 68-72 ACTUAL PLAYING TIME 12 MIN (20%) PASSING TIME 6.2 MIN TOTAL(52%) PASSING TIME/PLAY 2.3-10 SEC RUNNING TIME TOTAL 5.8 MIN (48%) RUNNING TIME/PLAY 2-10 SEC SPECIAL TEAMS KICK OFFS (4/GAME) 45 YARDS PUNTS (6/GAME) 40 YARDS
  11. 11. TRAINING AMERICA'S TEAM 1976 TO 1989 A SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT DALLAS COWBOYS HUMAN SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT MOTOR LEARNING COACH TOM LANDRY'S LEADERSHIP
  12. 12. COACHING STAFF 1976
  13. 13. DAN REEVES QUARTEBACKS DENVER - GIANTS - FALCONS ERNIE STAUTNER DEFENSIVE LINE
  14. 14. BUCK BUCHANAN EQUIPMENT
  15. 15. ORIGINAL COWBOYS STADIUM NEW COWBOYS STADIUM
  16. 16. COWBOYS PRACTICE FIELD 1976 TO 1984 SIGNS OF AMERICAS TEAM 1960 TO 1988 GUIDING PRINCIPLES Many of the signs that are shown below were in place prior to my appointment as Conditioning Coach and Sports Scientist for the Cowboys in 1976. Coach Landry and Alvin Roy the Strength Coach that preceded me must have collaborated on the content of the signs, along with the coaching staff. Strength Coach San Diego Chargers World Champions Established Weight Training and Isometric programs: 1. University of Florida 2. Ole Miss 3. Arkansas 4. Georgia Tech 5. United states Military Academy West Point 6. Louisiana College 7. Clemson 8. Louisiana State University
  17. 17. 9. Southeastern Louisiana College 10. Florida State Trainer for the USOC weight Lifting Team Personal Trainer Dallas Cowboys Strength
  18. 18. Dr. Bob Ward and NFL Hall of Fame defensive tackle Randy White discuss training principles at the Forest and Abrams Training Facility. The following quote was attribute to Coach Landry as an original quote, however, it was not a Tom Landry original.
  19. 19. SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS FOR FOOTBALL TRAINING TOTAL BODY CONTROL (ABC'S OF MOVEMENT)
  20. 20. HUMAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS CONTRIBUTION FIGHTING STARS AMERICA'S TEAM TAKES TO THE MARTIAL ARTS
  21. 21. FAR EAST DALLAS FORTY YOGA AND WING CHUN DISCUSSING THE APPLICATIONS
  22. 22. ZEN FOOTBALL MIX AT TRAINING CAMP JUKO KAI CHEST PUNCH - RANDY WHITE
  23. 23. JUKO KAI THROAT PUNCH - HERSCHEL WALKER
  24. 24. JUKO KAI GROIN KICK - MIKE SAXON JOHN DUTTON TRAINS BODY COORDINATION USING ESCRIMA STICKS
  25. 25. ESCRIMA STICK TRAINING DANNY WHITE REACTION AND HITTING QUICKNESS AND POWER CHARLIE WATERS ALL PRO STRONG SAFETY
  26. 26. RESOURCES
  27. 27. POWER CLEANS
  28. 28. UPPER BODY STRENGTH DUMBBELL JERKS UPPER BODY STRENGTH INCLINE PRESS
  29. 29. HAND STRENGTH HAND DYNAMOMETER HAND STRENGTH TOWEL CHINS
  30. 30. AEROBIC CAPACITY TREADMILL AEROBIC CAPACITY MILE - 1.5 MILE -880 YARD RUN
  31. 31. BEST LITTLE BODY PARTS IN TEXAS (BODY MEASURES)
  32. 32. NFL BODY SIZE AND COMPOSITION HISTORY
  33. 33. SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS HOW THE MARTIAL ARTS WERE APPLIED TO TRAINING... • THE PERFECT DALLAS COWBOY" • NFL TEAMS • COLLEGIATE • HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYERS A few notes that will help you see how the Martial Arts were Applied to Football: Tim Tackett and Larry Hartsel can fill you In on their work with other NFL teams that followed their association with the Dallas Cowboys program. • Biomechanical Efficiency on the line (Field) Expand... • "Muscles have one of the most desirable qualities of all:
  34. 34. Their function was precisely the opposite of words." Sun and Steel, Suzuki Martial Arts Recently, for instance, Dr Bob Ward introduced those who engaged in the off-season program at the Cowboys training-facility to many styles of Martial Arts Eastern Training. By using a variety of exercise sciences and Disciplines: 1. Yoga 2. Contact Breathing - Juko Kai 3. Jeet Kune Do - JKD Bruce Lee's Style 4. Filipino Escrima Kali Dan Inosanto 5. Wing Chun 6. Thai Boxing 7. Juko Kai Dr Rod Sacharnoski 8. Fencing 9. Knife Fighting 10. Gymnastics 11. Aerobic Dance 12. Dance Ward developed a programs and activities which he felt certain would improve his student's football skills. I'm a Physical Educator by profession and academic training, he says, "so consequently, and hopefully, I have a good understanding of how a Football Player must be able to move to be effective. I saw that the Martial Arts provided a way I could explain the various dimension of body movement and their importance to each player
  35. 35. for his specific position. MULTI-FACETED ART "The Martial Arts content is "Multi-Faceted" and is an excellent Resource to draw ion for training All Elements of the Body. Moving to your Left, moving to your Right, The use of the Hands in football can be accentuated through the Martial Arts. I think one would have to be blind not to see that." EARLY (1976 TO-DATE) It is only plagiarism when one takes the credit for something they didn't do... Is there anything new under the Sun? It is a pleasure for me to "set one facet of the record straight" by providing The history of Martial Arts in the NFL (Dallas Cowboys) from 1976 to date. There was a cadre of brilliant and dedicated Martial Artists that helped me Implement their skills into a Football Context, and helped me pass this Knowledge of human movement from the Martial Arts to a Super Bowl Championship Team, while I was with Dallas, and, later, to other NFL Teams, and Universities, and Colleges to improve their teams. In fact Valentine Espiricueta is still very active with a first class group of defensive Players for the Dallas Cowboy. When Coach Landry hired me, I brought my Experience to the Cowboys in 1976 as a: Football Coach Track Coach Martial Artist
  36. 36. Fencing Instructor Sports Scientist, . Incidentally, all the Contributing individuals came from my instructor, and friend, Dan Inosanto except for one, Dr. Rod Sacharnoski (Juko Kai) These Martial Artists provided the Knowledge for the development of a.. NEW SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY OF SPORTS/FOOTBALL SKILLS Today, many very successful coaches don't have a clue about the underlying reasons why The Sports Martial Arts Program is a absolute essential part of their Football Program. However, all it takes is a little study to show how this Body Movement Knowledge is applicable to all positions, and for all players. Each position or sport can draw upon this Library of Human Software Development to accomplish their appointed assignments on the field more effectively and efficiently. In fact, this body of knowledge is adding to the list of Basic Motor Skills that are already taught in schools around the world . SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS CURRICULUM SELECTION OF CURRICULUM ELEMENTS MOVEMENT SKILLS BODY MECHANICS FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FALLING TUMBLING SENSES (TESTING, TRAINING AND CONTROLING) BALANCE (STATIC AND DYNAMIC) FOOTWORK
  37. 37. ARM ACTIONS ACCELERATION COMPLEX SPEED COMPLEX STRENGTH COMPLEX ENDURANCE COMPLEX DISTANCE TOUCH HAND NEAR (RED ZONE) FAR SIMPLICITY PRACTICE (MOVEMENTS BECOME CONDITIONED REFLEXES) PARRY (AGAINST A REAL ATTACH) RHYTHM TIMING VISION (VISUAL FIELD -CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL) PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS STRATEGY TACTICS EXPERIENCE TRAINING FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENTS BASIC (UNIVERSAL BODY CONTROL) DEFENSE (LIST SKILLS) OFFENSE (LIST SKILLS) PRACTICE
  38. 38. EQUIPMENT GLOVES COMBATIVE BAGE LIGHT BAGS MEDIUM BAGS HEAVY BAGS SPEED BAGS 1/2 RING DRILLS CLASS INSTRUCTION INDIVIDUAL LESSONS PHYSICAL CONDITION WORKOPUT SESSION WARM-UP LESSON BOUTS WITH DIFFERENT PARTNERS MASSAGE SHOWER RELAXATION COMPETITION FREE PLAY REAL SPORTS NUTRITION PATTERNS OF BEHAVIOR (RESPECT FOR THE OPPONENT AND ART) MARTIAL ARTS TIMELINE I respectfully list the following outstanding Martial Artists for their invaluable
  39. 39. contribution to the advancement of Tactical and Strategic Skills in Football, and my personal knowledge: Today - Football has Too many Strategists, and is Woefully lacking in Tacticians. Brilliant Warriors of the Past Bruce Lee Dan Inosanto Bob Ward (All I can attest to is my experience) 1972 - Trained by Dan Inosanto (JKD) 1972 - 1976 - Instructor Fullerton Community College Martial Arts 1972 -1976 - Instructor Fullerton Community College Fencing 1976 - 1989 - Sports Scientist & Conditioning Coach Dallas Cowboys 1990-2007 NFL Teams and Universities 2008- To-Date Randy White High School Clinics Martial Artist Dan Inosanto was the major contributor in the development of the Applied Sports Martial Arts Program I brought to the Dallas Cowboys. 1. Dan Inosanto (JKD - Filipino Martial Arts) 2. Richard Bustillo (JKD - Filipino Martial Arts) 3. Larry Hartsell (JKD) 4. Tim Tackett (JKD) 5. Francis Fong (Wing Chun) 6. Chai Sirisute (Thai Boxing) 7. Dr. Sacharnoski (Juko Kai)
  40. 40. 8. Valentine Espiricueta (Eastern Martial Arts) 9. Creating Big Plays with Randy White,Valentine Espiricueta and Dr. Bob Ward - Video or CD
  41. 41. CREATING BIG PLAYS - SPORTS MARTIAL ARTS TEAMS INSTRUCTED Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos Detroit lions San Diego Chargers Arizona Rattlers U of Michigan U of Arizona Mississippi State University Notre Dame Oregon State Ohio State Wisconsin U of Texas INFORMATION REFERENCES Dr. Bob Ward personal experiences Carlton Stowers - Taylor Publishing Dallas, TX, p 92. Dallas Cowboys 1960-1985 -The First 25 Years Dallas Cowboy Sports Scientist and Conditioning Coach (1976-89)
  42. 42. HIGH TECH - SCIENCE TAKES THE FIELD "In a time when high-tech has become a way of life, when biomechanics and Computerized On-Field Analysis (OFAS a Computer Graphics program that tracked each player during NFL Games) and tests to judge strength, fatigue, speed, and durability have become commonplace in the athletic arena, the Dallas Cowboys have worked to stay one step ahead in the area of conditioning their players in all resources used in football." Dr. Bob Ward Conditioning Coach - Sports Scientist for Dallas Cowboys 1976 TO 1989 standing watch over the manner in which the Cowboys prepared themselves in all aspects of the game: WORK...REST AND NUTRITION Mentally Physically Performance Nutrition Dr. Bob Ward, a onetime college Track Coach (Fullerton Community College, Fullerton, CA-California State Champions 1974 and member of the USOC Elite Throwers staff who goes out of his way to seek out new and inventive ways to develop a conditioning program. Sometimes, in fact, it would seem the more FUTURISTIC, and far-out it is, the better Ward likes it.
  43. 43. COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS Training and Monitoring all of the required Resources necessary for playing football in the NFL. Sports Speed 3rd Edition Human Kinetics Sports Speed Encyclopedia Train America
  44. 44. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WEIGHT TRAINING
  45. 45. Football Assessments Kelly Assessment Psychological Resources Mind Science - Intuitive Ability
  46. 46. WWII Recognition Tests Traditional Motor Tests Reaction Tests Motorvator - Reactions - Patterns and Rhythm Speed Electronic Tests Agility Electronic Tests Contact Accelerometry Strength - Static Dynamometry Strength - Dynamic On-Field-Analysis Power Trainer - Power Output Contact Driver - Hitting and Diving Ability Predicting Success in NFL Football Research These elements included everything from the • Amount of excess body fat one is carrying • To the hand-eye coordination he has, The Cowboys Conditioning Coach is a Sports Scientist who is ever on the lookout for new routines and technologies which might be beneficial for putting a better America's Team" on the field. Aerobics Center UT SW Medical School CompuSport Dr. Ralph Mann On_Field Analysis Battery of Tests Monitoring Training Effects
  47. 47. Sports Nutrition Suggested Diets and Nutritional Supplementation Super Nutrition Anthropometric Study Total Body Range of Motion Body Composition Katch and Katch Aerobics Center Gymnastics Aerobic Dance Juggling Computerized Programs Sports Programs Handball Racquetball Basketball Tennis Soccer Tennis Soccer Court (Handball Court) Flexibility Training Routines Running Programs Functional Strength Programs Positions Specific Training Player Reactions - Not Without Questions?
  48. 48. While some of his suggestions occasionally draw smiles and/or rolled eyes from the players he supervises, they test his methods nonetheless. When he brought a couple of Aerobic Dance Instructors to the practice field to put them through some dance routines, everyone fell into place. These young female instructors pushed most of the players to very high fitness levels When, recently, he invited an expert in Wholistic Science and the Chinese Martial Arts to training camp to demonstrate something called Dragon Dancing, several players were interested to learn what he had to say. The visiting instructor described now the movements of Dragon Dancing could be used to stretch muscles of the body, strengthen and tone, and even improve cardiovascular fitness, and Ward busily took notes. Alternate Plan from a Stanford graduate: Pat Donovan (Offensive Tackle), said, "if I wanted to relax, I'd just open a can of beer, and recline on my couch, and watch TV. Eternal Vigilance Which is to say Ward, and the Cowboys are ever on the outlook for new ways to improve the Minds and Bodies of players. And while they don't always understand them, they give it a try Reality Check It was Jackie Smith, the former St. Cardinals tight end who joined the Cowboys for one final NFL season in 1978, who came up with one of the most interesting responses to Ward's myriad of tests. Having put the new Cowboy through a battery of test that determined everything from Explosiveness to Body Fat, Ward presented Smith with a bound computer printout filled with charts and numbers.
  49. 49. Smith looked it over, then turned his attention to Ward who stood, awaiting some reaction. Jackie shook his head. "Bob", "he said, " I can't read any of this. Can't you just tell me whether I'm alive or dead and let it go at that." Training The Brain Playing in The Zone Yoga Moshe Feldenkraise This is a method of therapy to improve movements of joints and maintaining correct positions of standing, sitting and moving. Motorvator Sensory Deprivation Tank Hutchison Michael, The Book of Flotation, William and Morrow, Inc, 1984. Stern Gary, Physiological and mood Effects of Salt Water Flotation Periods, Float To Relax, Inc. Denver, Colorado, 1980. Then, a few seasons back, there was the "Sensory Deprivation Tank", something that looked as if it has been borrowed from a science fiction movie. In it a player would float on his back, buoyed up in salt water that kept at a normal external skin temperature of 93.5 degrees. What he was there to achieve was the "Alpha State, in which the Brain Waves slowed from 13 to 30 Hz (Beta) to 7 to 12 cycles per second (Alpha). Research, Ward explains, has shown that when one's Body and Mind are in such a receptive state, the learning process could be multiplied ten-fold." By relaxing, he said, "a player can absorb more information-Learn the game plan more
  50. 50. quickly, things like that." The tank was, also, fitted with a TV for viewing Plays and Skills, and wired for sound. www.sportsscience.com/SSN

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