Dynamic Warm-Up Movement Assessment
  • Dynamic Warm-Up Movement Assessment
    Learn how to incorporate a traditional dynamic warm-up as a movement assessment that can be applied to an entire group or team all at once. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 National Conference, Michael Bewley discusses the benefits of using the Dynamic Warm-Up Movement Assessment (DWMA) and reviews other movements that can be used to assess athletes.
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    About the Author:

    Michael Bewley, CSCS

    Michael Bewley is the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at Georgia Tech Athletic Association. Prior to Georgia Tech, he spent six years as the specialist in sports nutrition and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the University of Dayton’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as a strength and conditioning coach for the men’s and women’s golf programs. Prior to Dayton, Bewley served as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach and specialist in sports nutrition at Georgia Southern University from 2002 to 2005. Bewley specializes in sports nutrition and is the founder of an online nutrition education platform called NutraCarina.

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