2014 Tennessee State Clinic

  • Tennessee State Clinic

    Date: August 23, 2014

    Battle Ground Academy
    336 Ernest Rice Ln
    Franklin, TN 37069

    Hosted by:
    Fred Eaves, MAEd, CSCS
    (865) 335-5757

    CEUs: NSCA 0.8, BOC 8.0 


    Topics and speakers subject to change without prior notification.

    This clinic may have hands on sessions. Participants are asked to dress comfortably and only participate within their physical limitations.

    Tennessee State Clinic
    August 23, 2014

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    All NSCA Conferences and Events are subject to change location and date; as well as possible cancellation without notice.   

    Speaker, topic, and format subject to change without prior notification


    Cutoff days are by postmark
      Now-Thru August 12
    After August 12
    Onsite Only
    NSCA Member Rate $80 $120
    NSCA Student Member Rate $25 $35
    Non-Member Rate $100 $120


    All refund requests must be submitted in WRITING and should include the reason for cancellation. NO refunds will be accepted via phone.

    50% refund if postmarked through August 12, 2014

    NO REFUNDS after August 12, 2014

    Event Itinerary

    Saturday, August 23

    7:00am-8:00amCheck-in and On-site Registration
    8:00am-9:00amTactical S&C as it Relates to Sport
    9:05am-10:05amTraining of Giants and Freaks
    10:10am-11:10amR7 Approach to Training
    11:15am-12:15pmConcussion Diagnosis and Return to Play
    12:15pm-1:15pmLunch (provided)
    1:15pm-2:15pmDifference Between CrossFit: A Fitness Program and CrossFit: The Sport of Fitness     
    2:20pm-3:20pmThe Use of Weightlifting Derivatives for the Development of Strength and Power in Athletes.
    3:25pm-4:25pmSafe & Effective Weight Loss/Gain Strategies for High School Athletes     
    4:30pm-5:30pmTurning Your Passion Into a Profitable and Stable Business     

    Session Descriptions
    This presentation will discuss using a variety of strategies and modalities to enhance performance, reduce injuries, facilitate recovery and increase career longevity of tactical athlete populations.  

    This session will go over the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's basketball strength program and modifications that they make for training long limb athletes. 

    The R7 approach was created to not only improve the program design process across multiple coaches, but to help athletes better understand the "why" behind their training. With a more effective and streamlined approach to the training your athletes you will get more out of every training session. 
    The presentation will teach you how to recognize concussion symptoms in athletic competitions. It will also discuss return to play protocol for athletes returning from concussions. 
    This session will discuss how to implement the CrossFit methodology safely into a strength and conditioning program.
    A thorough description of common derivatives of the weightlifting movements and discussion of coaching cues. Some programming progressions and a discussion of appropriate usage of these tools will also be covered.     
    Unhealthy weight management practices can negatively affect athletic performance and overall health. Athletes often lose weight by not eating, limiting caloric or specific nutrients from their diet and restricting fluids. We will cover strategies that combat the development of these behaviors, and others, as well as prepare student athletes to maximize their performance on the field. 
    This session will give no frills lessons learned on how to make your business successful with a shoestring budget by making simple changes to your programs, mindset and business structure.