Last Updated on May 1, 2013 by Jimson Lee
In 2009, Don Chu was invited to speak at the BC Recovery and Regeneration Seminar at SFU.
Don Chu received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1974. His degree in Physical Therapy is also from Stanford. He has a Masters in Kinesiology & Physical Education from Cal State (CSU), Hayward. He is a professor emeritus from CSU, Hayward after a teaching career spanning over twenty years.
While at CSU Hayward as an assistant to the Track & Field program for the HJ, LJ and TJ, he coached 45 All-Americans, 17 National Champions and representatives at every level of competition for the USA including 1988 Colleen Rienstra, the Women’s World Indoor Record Holder in the High Jump.
Dr. Chu has consulted with elite athletes at every level on the development of training and conditioning programs. His past clients include athletes from the 1984, 88, 92, 96 and 2000 Summer Olympics, and Professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, and MLB.
He is the author of:
- Power Systems Jumping Into Plyometrics Book
- Power Tennis Training
- Explosive Power & Strength: Complex Training for Maximum Results
- Plyometric Exercises With the Medicine Ball
Don Chu on Recovery and Regeneration
The total length of his lecture (plus the following QA session) is almost 2 hours long, so grab a drink and pretend you are there.
Visit www.StrengthPowerSpeed.com for the full length presentation. There is no cost or signup required to view the video.
Regards! I want to know if an sprinter or long jumper can do plyometrics in the week on competition. Example: During the weekend
has a sprinter race, hurdle of 60 mts, 100/110 mts. hurdles race and long jump. Please askme soon as posible o.k.
Prof.Jorge Velez Pacheco
Track Coach Youth
Personal Trainer IFPA