September 19, 2020 | 0.7 CEUs Category A
The NSCA wants to assure you that your health, safety and well-being is our highest priority. We have determined it best to change the format to a virtual event via Zoom. We will notify you by e-mail with more details. Please visit the link below for Zoom Instructions.
Registration will close September 18th, 12pm Mountain Time.
|Event Itinerary - Saturday, September 19 - Central Time Zone|
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
The Buzz on Alcohol and Athletes
by Trisha VanDusseldorp, PhD, CSCS
Alcohol is commonly consumed by athletes. This talk will highlight the impact of alcohol consumption on physiology, including metabolism, thermoregulation, skeletal muscle regulatory factors, and the nervous system. Potential influences of alcohol on athletic performance and weight management will also be discussed.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Beyond Traditional Performance Assessments in the Weight Room
by Collin Crane, CSCS
This talk will cover performance assessments in weight room. The talk will include the utilization of EMG, force plate, and 3D motion capture in the analysis of athletes and their progression. Additionally, vision manipulation's use in training and response to visual cues will be discussed.
11:10 AM - 12:10 PM
The Use of Wearable Technology in Strength and Conditioning
by Aaron Duvall, MS, CSCS
The growth of the wearable technology industry and its utility in collegiate athletics has been exponential over the past several years. As more and more companies develop products that help quantify the stresses that athlete's are exposed to in practices, matches, or even daily life, it's important to delineate what makes a product appropriate and effective versus being a dust collector or fancy recruiting tool. Strategies for application of collected data from wearable technologies can be advantageous towards the product of what sport staffs give to their athletes from both a training effectiveness and safety of training standpoint. Coach Duvall will be discussing the efficacy of these technologies from an athlete training and monitoring point of view.
12:10 PM - 12:40 PM
12:40 PM - 1:40 PM
Training Question and Answer Session
by Collin Crane, CSCS and Aaron Duvall, MS, CSCS
This presentation will discuss new trends in strength and conditioning and include a question and answer session addressing questions concerning training associated with performance.
1:40 PM - 2:40 PM
Long-Term Athletic Development: Considerations of Growth and Development
by Zachary Gillen, MS, CSCS
Recent position statements regarding long-term athletic development have suggested we need to understand more regarding the natural mechanisms by which muscles get stronger. This presentation will define what long-term athletic development is, and what we already know regarding training programs for youth. Then we will examine the natural growth and development of skeletal muscle in young males and females to understand how natural growth and development influences muscle function. Understanding these growth and development-related influences on muscle function will provide a greater understanding of how best to design and implement
2:50 PM - 3:50 PM
Training Program Development and Progression in Collegiate Power-Endurance Athletes
by Marissa Bello, MS, CSCS
This talk will review current methods of strength and conditioning with power-endurance athletes, with a focus on collegiate soccer players. The session will cover both in-season and off-season training programs. Evidence-based examples will be used to demonstrate the rationale behind the different training methods. Practical applications will be provided for attendees to better assess implementation in their own programs.
3:50 PM - 4:50 PM
Nutrition: Question and Answer Session
by Chris Boyd, PhD, CSCS and JohnEric Smith, PhD, CSCS,*D
This presentation will discuss new trends in sports nutrition and include a question and answer session addressing questions concerning nutrition associated with performance.
|Thru Sept 8||After Sept 8|
|NSCA Member Rate||$75||$110|
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