Delaware State Clinic / IN-PERSON

Learn, participate and network with colleagues while earning CEUs. Hosted by the state/provincial directors and regional coordinators, this local event brings cutting-edge research and application to your backyard.

January 14, 2023 | Dover, DE | 0.8 CEUs Category A

Overview

Location:
Delaware State University - Wesley
College of Health & Behavioral Sciences
120 N State St
Dover, DE 19901

Hosted by:
Julia Olsen, PhD, CSCS,*D, TSAC-F
302-363-3379
juliaolsencrw@gmail.com

Schedule

Event Itinerary - Saturday, January 14
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Check-in & On-site Registration
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Rotational Sport/Movement Training Through the Spectrum of Youth Sports, Elite Sports and Recreational LTAD
by Lauryn Meyer, MS, CSCS

This presentation will focus on movement patterns used in both everyday activities and elite sporting. Also, dissecting sports, movements, activities and how to coach them for different age groups, ability levels and limitations, paying close attention to current research and coaching cues and variables for small groups, sports teams and one-on-one personal training. We will also look at anti-rotation and who that training can apply to and what populations would benefit from it. Sports included but not limited to are softball, baseball. lacrosse, golf, track, and tennis.

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Optimizing Athletic Performance Using Weapons of MAS (Max. Aerobic Speed) Destruction
by Keith Burns, MS, CSCS,*D

Conditioning programs are often an after-thought and generally utilize a blanket approach with vague goals.  However, conditioning  should run parallel to the other aspects of the program including strength, power, speed, and change of direction.  This lecture will provide attendees with an overview of the unique physiological traits that can be trained using various forms of High Intensity Intervals and how these can fit into the overall program to optimize athletic performance for various populations with an emphasis on the tactical athlete.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Knowing When to Apply the Principle of Variation in Sports Performance
by Alex Schmidt, CSCS

Learning Objectives:
• Identifying i) adaptive staleness, ii) repetitive movements in training & sport, and iii) underused patterns in training and sport
• Developing a framework for implementing variation depending on needs
• Expanding toolbox for variations for common barbell exercises

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Quadrupedal Movement Training: Activate, Mobilize and Move with Animal Flow™
by Jeff Buxton, DSc

Learning Objectives - Participants will:
• Learn what quadrupedal movement training (QMT) is and the primary elements of Animal Flow
• Learn of the benefits of QMT from recent research
• Learn strategies for incorporating QMT into training programs
• Experience QMT and learn basic movements that can be offered to their clientele

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Lunch (on your own)
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
CASCE Accreditation-What it Means for You
by Rick Howard, DSc, CSCS,*D, RSCC*E, FNSCA and Hubert Lee, MS, CSCS, NSCA-CPT

Learning Objectives:
• Identify the reasons for accrediting strength and conditioning programs
• Compare strength and conditioning with other current accredited programs
• Delineate the guidelines for accreditation and what it means for the profession and for you

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Power of Positive Mindset
by Maureen Key

Learning Objectives:
• Define Mindset
• Highlight how Biology is a foundational precursor to resetting mindset
• To supply research-based tools that both prevent and minimize the negative effects of chronic stress as well as better manage acute personal and workplace stress
• To reframe change as an opportunity of empowerment

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Regressions and Progressions for Developing Speed and Agility Training
by Bertha Munoz-Lewis, CSCS and David Lewis Jr

Learning Objectives:
• Explain top-end speed and acceleration and their importance
• Identify important sprinting mechanics and common errors
• Present top-end speed and acceleration drills
• Explain components of agility
• Identify important mechanics of agility and common errors
• Present agility drills

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Preparing for the KPI
by Dane Bartz, PhD, CSCS,*D

Programming an optimal preparation procedure is critical for performance enhancement. This session will include a group practical demonstration of preparing the body for the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) in a training session. The KPI is known to be the primary focus of the training session, and utilizing an organized approach is important for movement potential during the links of the warm-up. Additionally, identifying what KPIs to administer for clients, athletes, and teams.

Registration



Thru Jan 3 After Jan 3*
NSCA Member Rate $85 $125
Student Rate $30 $40
Non-Member Rate $105 $145

*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 and email to conferences@nsca.com.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Will I receive the speaker PowerPoint presentations?
    If they are available, you will receive them via email within 2 weeks after the event.

    Will I receive a Certificate of Attendance?
    Yes. A certificate will be emailed to you approximately 2 weeks after the event.

    How do I report my CEUs?
    The NSCA will automatically apply the CEUs to your NSCA Account. If you need to report CEUs elsewhere, you may use the Certificate of Attendance.

    Can anyone register for this event?
    Yes. Anyone who is interested in an NSCA Event can register.

    Do I need a Membership to register?
    No. You only need an NSCA Account to register. If you do not have one, you can create one for free.

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