Jul
29
8:00 AM08:00

Scientific Principles of Sports Rehabilitation: Harrisonburg Virginia

Harrisonburg, VA Pricing
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Jul
8
8:00 AM08:00

Scientific Principles of Sports Rehabilitation: Worcester, MA

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Lincoln Square Academic and Student Center, 10 Lincoln Square, Worcester, MA 01608

Athletic Trainers BOC CEU approval #: 17718
Chiropractor CEU approval # through PACE: 4251

Worcester, MA Pricing

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Scientific Principles of Sports Rehabilitation is a seminar dedicated to understanding and implementing scientific principles for clinical decision making regarding the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of common athletic injuries.  The course discusses a wide array of topics ranging from cuing/scaling exercise prescription, loading across the lifespan, muscle strains, tendinopathies, low back pain, and return to sport for ACL injuries.  After completion of the course, attendees will have a broad understanding of the current best scientific evidence regarding the aforementioned topics and how to apply such knowledge to clinical practice.  The course will be lecture and demonstration based involving audio/visual presentation and attendee participation for select topic discussions.  

Athletic Trainers BOC CEU approval #: 17718
Chiropractor CEU approval # through PACE: 4251

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Jun
29
7:00 PM19:00

Resistance Training For The Competitive Athlete: How to Structure Your Program Around the Sports Seasons

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$10 to reserve your spot.

ALL registrants will be sent the recording.

See below for event details.

*This webinar (along with past webinars) is FREE to ClinicalAthlete Members. Details in the ClinicalAthlete Forum.

When is the best time for a competitive athlete to gain muscle mass? Gain strength? Both? What about in-season training - how can we maintain or make gains in the midst of the competitive season? Not to worry, during this ClinicalAthlete Webinar, Dr. Mike Israetel will walk us through the periodization of strength training programs for athletes who manage one or more competitive sports seasons. 

Webinar Outline:

  • Why it's not the best idea just to "train for the sport and train in the weight room" without considering interactions between the two.
  • How each phase of the periodized resistance and sport training process should look for best results
  • What the phases of periodized, sport-specific resistance training look like and how they integrate with periodized training for the sport itself
  • How needs analysis yield different priorities of resistance training depending on the sport

Dr. Mike Israetel is the head Science Consultant for Renaissance Periodization, author of the book Scientific Principles of Strength Training, and traveling speaker and contributor to Juggernaut Training Systems. Dr. Mike was previously a professor of Exercise Science at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and the University of Central Missouri - where he taught Exercise Physiology, Personal Training, and Advanced Programming for sports and fitness. Mike’s PhD is in Sport Physiology, and he has been a consultant on sports nutrition to the U.S. Olympic Training Site in Johnson City, TN. Mike has coached numerous powerlifters, weightlifters, bodybuilders, and other individuals in both diet and weight training. Originally from Moscow, Russia, Mike is a competitive powerlifter, bodybuilder, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu grappler. He used to hold a bunch of state, national, and world records in raw powerlifting back when everyone was in equipment, so that’s cool too!

It is only $10 to reserve your spot to this webinar and ALL registrants will receive the recording, even if you cannot attend the live event!

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Jan
8
4:00 PM16:00

Untitled Event

Itinerary:

  • Movement Theory I (lecture) 
  • Screening and Assessment (lecture)
  • Screening The Squat (lab)
  • Movement Theory II (lecture) - Programming Corrective Strategies
  • Optimizing The Squat (lab)
  • Optimizing The Press (lab)
  • Optimizing The Deadlift (lab)
  • Open Training - Implement what you have learned

“It was really eye-opening and accessible, while at the same time going more in-depth than anything else I've taken on movement." - JV, athlete, seminar attendee

 “This was one of the best courses I have taken for applying concepts in a clinical setting and building better systems. The perfect blend of lecture & hands on practice." - KB, Chiro student, seminar attendee

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Nov
3
8:00 PM20:00

Webinar with Greg Nuckols: Improving Training Quality: How To Get The Most Out Of Your Time In The Gym

Only $10. Can't make the live event? All registrants will receive a recording of the Webinar.

It's well-understood that your results scale with your efforts – if you train more and train harder (up to the point you can recover from), you generally gain strength and muscle faster.  However, not all training volume is created equal.  This lecture will cover how to maximize your rate of strength and hypertrophy progress by ensuring you train in the manner that gives you the largest payoff per unit of effort invested.

Bio:

Greg Nuckols has over a decade of experience under the bar, and a BS in Exercise and Sports Science. He’s held 3 all-time world records in powerlifting in the 220 and 242 classes.
 

He’s trained hundreds of athletes and regular folks, both online and in-person. He’s written for many of the major magazines and websites in the fitness industry, including Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Muscle & Fitness, Bodybuilding.com, T-Nation, and Schwarzenegger.com.

Furthermore, he’s had the opportunity to work with and learn from numerous record holders, champion athletes, and collegiate and professional strength and conditioning coaches through his previous job as Chief Content Director for Juggernaut Training Systems and current full-time work here on Strengtheory.
 

His passions are making complex information easily understandable for athletes, coaches, and fitness enthusiasts, helping people reach their strength and fitness goals, and drinking great beer.

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Oct
16
9:00 AM09:00

ClinicalAthlete Sports Medicine Seminar

Pricing

CrossFit Southie in Boston, MA

Sunday, October 16th, 9am-5pm EST

PRESENTERS:

  • Dr. Quinn Henoch, PT, DPT Founder & Physical Therapist – ClinicalAthlete
  • Matthew Ibrahim, CSCS, USAW, LMT Strength Coach & Massage Therapist – Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness
  • Dr. Zak Gabor, PT, MPT, ATC, Certs: DN, NASM-PES TPI, President & Physical Therapist- Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness

Seminar Itinerary:

  • 9-10am: Complete Athlete Evaluation & Assessment
  • 10-11:45am: Mastering The Deadlift
  • 11:45-12:30pm: Lunch
  • 12:30-2:15pm: Mastering The Squat
  • 2:15-4:00pm: Mastering The Overhead Press
  • 4:00-5:00pm: Panel Q&A
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Oct
15
9:00 AM09:00

ClinicalAthlete Sports Medicine Seminar: Portsmouth New Hampshire

Pricing

Seacoast Strength & Conditioning in Portsmouth, NH

Saturday, October 15th, 9am-5pm EST

PRESENTERS:

  • Dr. Quinn Henoch, PT, DPT Founder & Physical Therapist – ClinicalAthlete
  • Matthew Ibrahim, CSCS, USAW, LMT Strength Coach & Massage Therapist – Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness
  • Dr. Zak Gabor, PT, MPT, ATC, Certs: DN, NASM-PES TPI, President & Physical Therapist- Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness

Seminar Itinerary:

  • 9-10am: Complete Athlete Evaluation & Assessment
  • 10-11:45am: Mastering The Deadlift
  • 11:45-12:30pm: Lunch
  • 12:30-2:15pm: Mastering The Squat
  • 2:15-4:00pm: Mastering The Overhead Press
  • 4:00-5:00pm: Panel Q&A
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Sep
18
8:00 AM08:00

ClinicalAthlete Movement Seminar with Quinn Henoch: Squamish, BC

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Pricing Options

Itinerary:

  • Movement Theory I (lecture) 
  • Screening and Assessment (lecture)
  • Screening The Squat (lab)
  • Movement Theory II (lecture) - Programming Corrective Strategies
  • Optimizing The Squat (lab)
  • Optimizing The Press (lab)
  • Optimizing The Deadlift (lab)
  • Open Training - Implement what you have learned

“It was really eye-opening and accessible, while at the same time going more in-depth than anything else I've taken on movement." - JV, athlete, seminar attendee

 “This was one of the best courses I have taken for applying concepts in a clinical setting and building better systems. The perfect blend of lecture & hands on practice." - KB, Chiro student, seminar attendee

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Jun
25
10:00 AM10:00

Human Performance Live Forum

The itinerary:

 9:30AM-10:00AM - Registration

10:00AM-10:15AM - Opening Remarks

 10:30AM-11:30AM - Hands on: 

The Eternal Games: A Look at Structured Play through a "Movement" Lens by Joe Gonzalez Part 1

 11:30AM-12:30PM - Hands on: 

The Eternal Games: A Look at Structured Play through a "Movement" Lens by Joe Gonzalez Part 2

 12:30PM-1:30PM - Lunch

 1:30PM-2:15PM - Lecture: How to Assess the Foot and Applications to Running: Factors to Address When Working with Runners by Brandon LaVack

 2:15-3:00PM - Hands on: How to Assess the Foot and Applications to Running: Factors to Address When Working with Runners by Brandon LaVack

 3:00PM-3:15PM Break

 3:15PM-4:00PM - Lecture: Improving Performance in the Shoulder: The importance of assessing for limitations and using proper protocols to improve the glenohumeral and rib cage mechanics by Doug Kechijian

 4:00PM-4:45PM - Hands On: Improving Performance in the Shoulder: The importance of assessing for limitations and using proper protocols to improve the glenohumeral and rib cage mechanics by Doug Kechijian

 4:45PM-5:00PM - Closing remarks

 

Description:

 How to Assess the Foot and Applications to Running: Factors to Address When Working with Runners by Brandon LaVack

Every athlete needs to run but in the runner population that constantly states that they “just go for runs”, there is even more of a reason to assess running. This presentation will go over important considerations to ensure that an individual is running biomechanically efficient. A complete assessment protocol will be presented in terms of what to look for and how to assess the foot. The hands on will then go over these assessments in person to help familiarize attendees with them. 

Brandon LaVack is a certified personal trainer and licensed massage therapist working at the Beverly Athletic Club in Beverly, MA. Brandon specializes in working with runners, currently working with runners both in-person and online, which includes 14 colleges that he consults for. When not working with runners, the vast majority of his clients are post-rehab individuals.

 

The Eternal Games: A Look at Structured Play through a "Movement" Lens by Joe Gonzalez

What is movement? How do we progress it? What qualities matter when exploring it?! We are creatures of habit and fall into basic patterns and routines without a second thought. The phrase, "use it or lose it" applies here. 
As we progress certain aspects of our training programs, our movement skills should progress as well. There is more to movement than doing bear crawls, spider-mans, lunges i.e. the basic strength and conditioning dynamic warm up. Learn how to build your movement base, increase movement quality, progress your movement skills! In the words of Ido Portal, "Move, because you CAN!"

Joe will have two 90 minute hands on sessions with a break in between. 

Joe is a certified personal trainer working out of Manhattan. He is currently a student of the Ido Portal Method, under Odelia Goldschmidt & Johnny Sapinoso. When not improving people's familiarity on the rings or with Straight-Arm Strength, he works with many clients in the gray area between post-rehab and performance

 

Improving Performance in the Shoulder: The importance of assessing for limitations and using proper protocols to improve the glenohumeral and rib cage mechanics by Doug Kechijian

Glenohumeral performance stems from optimal control of the scapula, rib cage, and all the respective muscles that complete the chain. The ability to assess the glenohumeral joint and create a proper protocol is very important for long term shoulder health and performance. Doug will be going over neuroanatomical and diaphragmatic influences on asymmetry and its influences on the relationship between the rib cage and scapulae. He will go further into about how to assess and differentiate between positional limitations, capsular, or muscular through upper extremity positional testing. Then he will go over manual techniques to restore optimal function and exercise progressions to bridge the gap between rehab and performance. 

Dr. Doug Kechijian, PT is a performance-based physical therapist who specializes in treating orthopedic injuries. He recognizes the continuum extending from acute rehabilitation to high-level sports conditioning. A co-founder of Resilient Performance Physical Therapy in NYC. Doug consults with professional sports teams, military and law enforcement special mission units, and has been featured in Men's Health. Doug received his AB in Biology from Brown University and MA in Exercise Physiology/Doctor of Physical Therapy from Columbia University. He is Postural Restoration Certified and has undergone advanced training in joint and soft tissue manipulation, movement screening, and dry needling.

 

 

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