Rob Ahmun is currently the Head of Performance Science and Medicine for England Men’s Cricket.
Prior to this he was the National Lead for Strength and Conditioning and has overseen the transformation in the physicality of cricket players throughout the England pathway and was an integral part of the support staff for the teams recent T20 World Cup win in Australia.
As well as day to day delivery to the players, Rob has also ensured performance impact in cricket through quality assurance of S&C support and established standards of S&C delivery within the game; currently all staff who work with professional squads are UKSCA Accredited, and over 90% of Academy S&C coaches are also Accredited – or in the process of becoming so. He has been involved with developing aspiring coaches on their paths towards becoming Accredited and has also worked as a mentor to coaches who are already established.
He also sits on the UKSCA Board of Directors as Director of Professional Standards.
“INTERNATIONAL TOURING WITH TEAM SPORTS: THE ROLE OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING IN MATCH RECOVERY AND READINESS TO PERFORM”
This session will give the audience an appreciation of demands of international travel, match recovery and readiness to perform for varying demands of athletes in team sports. Rob will bring insights of the role of strength and conditioning from the recent ICC Men’s T20 World Cup winning team.