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North Dakota State Clinic

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    North Dakota State Clinic 

    Date: February 24, 2018

    Location:
    Sanford POWER
    3451 North 14th St Suite C
    Bismarck, ND 585030

    Hosted by:
    Michael Silbernagel, MS, CSCS, RSCC*D
    701-595-2346
    mssilbernagel@umary.edu      

    CEUs:
    NSCA 0.7

    Important Information:

    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.

     

    North Dakota State Clinic 

    Date: February 24, 2018

    Use the tabs on the left to view schedule by day. 

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

    Clinic Rates 

    Cutoff days are by postmark. Rates are in US Dollars.



    Thru February 13 After February 13* 
    NSCA Member Rate $70 $105
    Student Rate $25 $35
    Non-Member Rate $90 $125

    *If sufficient quantities are unavailable, onsite and late registrants may not receive lunch, t-shirt, etc. (if applicable).

    Register online above or use our PDF registration form to mail, fax or email your registration. 

    REFUND POLICY 

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

    A 50% refund will be granted on or before 2-13-18. 

    NO REFUNDS will be given after 2-13-18.

    Event Itinerary

    Saturday, February 24

    7:00am-7:50amCheck-in & On-site Registration / Coffee
    7:50am-8:00amWelcome from SPD and NSCA News
    8:00am-9:00amPeriodization for People: Archetypes, Influence Strategies and Bridging the Gap
    9:00am-10:00amWhat Do I Do for My Kid? Is Early Sports Specialization Good or Bad for Athletes? What Does the Research Say?
    10:00am-11:00amBiogenetics, Exercise and Lifestyle
    11:00am-12:00pmSports Nutrition for Everyone - Common Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them
    12:00pm-1:00pmLunch (provided)
    1:00pm-4:00pmHands-on Rotations (40 minutes):
    -Movement Preparation
    -Agility Progressions in a Team Setting
    -Methods to Reduce the ACL Injury
    -Fundamentals Not Fluff: Applied Movement Principles for Everyone


    Session Descriptions
    Research within the realm of coaching science has described pedagogical events as "dynamic, power-influenced interactions, where outcomes can never be totally anticipated as planned, but rather constantly negotiated." For today's coach to be the most effective they must learn how to operate on the edge of chaos, by being able to strategically observe, navigate and influence the social interactions, individual agendas and environments that are an inherent part of the coaching domain. This lecture will explore the roles of archetypes, influence tactics and relevant research encompassing human conflict and it's impact on performance. It will also provide the coach with a framework of research backed strategies aimed at improving both task and relation oriented outcomes.
    Coach Sahli will share information about what is happening with youth today throughout the United States and take an in-depth look at how things have changed in the past number of years with youth in sport.  Specialization is happening due to marketing and other pressures on parents and young athletes.  Is it good?  Is it bad?  What does the research say and how successful are these athletes that have specialized early?
    Learning objectives: genetics and epigenetic; DNA; RNA; mRNA; the ribisome; Amino acids; Proteins; The allele; Mutual influences of exercise and genetics; changes to life style according to SNPs.

    Learning Objectives:

    - Increase awareness of common nutrition problem areas for active individuals

    - Review current recommendations for fueling before, during and after exercise

    - Increase understanding and awareness of the use of dietary supplements

    Learning Objectives: Definition of movement preparation; History of stretching/ traditional warm-ups; How movement preparation works; Benefits to movement preparation; Creating a movement preparation regimen; Examples
    The objectives of the talk are to teach proper agility mechanics and progressions that can be implemented in a team setting.
    Learning Objectives: 1. Develop hip stability, 2. Teach hip strategy, 3. Coach landing skills, 4. Single-leg strength development, 5. Coaching deceleration & cutting, 6. Change of direction conditioning, and 7. Q & A.
    Movement skill erudition is the bedrock of physical competency. So often, athletes and general public skip past the basic tenets of movement (rhythm, timing, coordination, proprioception etc) and jump right into the most complex speed progressions, agility drills or plyometric routines. This 60 minute session will show how the vast majority of movement qualities that underpin complex skill can be addressed in the warm-up and refined through smart progressions and planning.