A Sixday class for national team trainers ended on 16 March in Seoul, Korea after a week of intensive classroom-based spiritual lectures, practical sessions and discussions happened.
Practical sessions were conducted in the SK Handball Arena, with classroom-based sessions held in the lecture room at the Grand Walkerhill hotel.
Topics covered included an investigation of their current ladies ’s EHF EURO in France, Men’s IHF world-championship in Germany/Denmark, training for attack, speed, strength and coordination, defensive theories, gender differences in training, methodical tools, avoidance of injuries and human training incorporating ‘Asian’ fashions. Additionally, a written evaluation and social programme has been also included as well as practical sessions having a youth team. Upon petition of the Korean Handball Federation, an additional educational marathon with the vital topic ‘A preliminary investigation of this current game theory of the Korean teams along with their future development’ has been agreed to most head coaches of the Korean domestic teams as well as professional first-division trainers. While IHF Chairman of this Commission of Coaching and Methods (CCM) Dietrich Späte and IHF Lecturer Paul Landuré presented an Summary of the Most Significant advancement tendencies in international handball, CCM Member Jorge Dueñas offered a comprehensive evaluation of this Korean group at the 20-19 IHF Men’s World Championship in Germany and Denmark.
At the following, it was discussed in more detail the method by which a Korean playing along with training doctrine as well as the practice of younger talents can be specifically developed further. Furthermore, they talked about general conditions like the base of a performance/talent center, that will be planned by the federation.
The week ended with a final ceremony and presentation of certificates.
Male and female representatives from Iran, Maldives, Lebanon, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, China, Japan, Iraq, Korea, Viet Nam and Bangladesh all took part from the second edition of this class held in Asia, Following introduction from March 2018.
“It’s an honor to be nominated by Australia and the IHF for this remarkable opportunity,” said Australia’s mature males ’s tutor Ante Jelicic to the Handball Australia website. “In now ’s fast track alive we now have to constantly push our limits, step away from our comfort zones and find inspiration for your next step.
“This is certainly the most important achievement for me personally so much and without Australia it wouldn’t even be potential. ”
The IHF were symbolized by Executive Member Frantisek Taborsky, Chairman of this Commission of Coaching and Methods (CCM) Dietrich Späte along with IHF Lecturer Paul Landure with all three providing equally practical and theoretical periods.
From the Korean Handball Federation (KHF) facet, the class had been governed by Kim Kyung-Tae (Chairman of Hand Ball Academy in Korea), Ahn Jee-Hwan (KHF Director), Jung Kyu-Oh (KHF Secretary General) and Choi Jung-Seok (KHF Board Member) in addition to other KHF representatives Yoon Jun-Hyun (KHF Head of Project Leader), Kim Sera, Son Jae-Ung and Ann Jung-Hyun.