Saskatchewan Provincial Clinic

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.

March 23, 2024 | Regina, SK | 0.8 CEUs Category A

Overview

Location:
Mosaic Stadium
1700 Elphinstone St
Regina, SK S4P 2Z6

Hosted by:
Dan Farthing, MS, CSCS
306-536-5154
danfarthing@sasktel.net

 

Schedule

Event Itinerary - Saturday, March 23
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
Check-in & On-site Registration
8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
Welcome Address
8:45 AM - 9:30 AM
The Athletic Therapist/Strength and Conditioning Coach Relationship on the Injury Rehabilitation/High Performance Continuum
by Greg Mayer, CSCS
  • To better understand the expectations of the combined AT and S&C position in hockey
  • To gain appreciation for both the mutually exclusive and overlapping scopes of practice of the two separate roles of AT and S&C Coach in professional football
  • Case study example
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Olympic Lifting Technique Workshop
by Cole Vincent, MSc, CSCS

Through practical experience, this session will help the attendees gain a better understanding of how to perform and coach Olympic Lifts. 

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
To Kegel or NOT to Kegel... Pelvic Floor 101 for the Athlete
by Suzanne Funk
  • Understand the basic anatomy of the pelvic floor
  • Recognize symptoms of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction
  • Appreciate why althletes may be prone to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction
  • Identify when it is appropriate to work on relaxation and/or strengthening of the pelvic floor
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Is Cross-Education a Viable Rehabilitation Approach After Unilateral Athletic Injuries?
by Jonathan Farthing, PhD

A growing body of evidence suggests that unilateral strength training of the non-injured or non-immobilized limb during periods of disuse can offset losses in muscle strength and in some cases, even prevent atrophy. However, there is as yet only a small number of well-controlled clinical studies that have applied this "cross-education" approach after unilateral orthopedic injuries. This talk will outline the most recent literature on candidate mechanisms of these interesting inter-limb effects, and outline the limited evidence from the clinical studies completed to date, with some focus on major orthopedic injuries such arm fractures and post ACLR. The information will help coaches and therapists to understand how to implement effective cross-education strategies.

10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
The Relationship Between Position Specific Isometric Strength Tests and Dynamic Performance
by Parker Scott, MSc, CSCS
  • Understand the relationship between unilateral squat and calf isometric assessments and sprinting and jumping performance
  • Look toward future directions/practical applications
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM
Round Robin (every 25 min)
11:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Pre-exercise Carbohydrate Fueling for High Intensity Intermittent Exercise Sports
by Mat Leung, RD
  • Role carbohydrates (substrate) have on HIIE sports
  • Carbohydrate complexity and mixed food group inclusion on feeding times
  • General recommendations for carbohydrate intake before exercise
11:55 AM - 12:20 PM
Why Less Is More When It Comes to Your Nutrition and Training Approach
by Neil Tkatchuk, CSCS

This session will provide insight into the challenges that many "dual-role" competitors face. When body building and fitness figure competitors also participate in power lifting meets, the nutrition strategy challenges are unique and not insignificant. Optimal body composition and optimal performance need to be balanced with precision and when attempting to control variables - sometimes less is more.

12:20 PM - 12:45 PM
Is Protein the Answer to Our Clients Problems?
by Thomas Hamilton, RD

The presentation will review the evidence and recommendations of protein intake for strength and conditioning athletes; to include a discussion on sources, cost/benefit, and what protein can (and can’t) do for our athletes.

12:45 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch (provided) Panel Discussion

Led by the Saskatchewan Advisory Board, this panel discussion will allow the nutrition educators to share their knowledge and expertise on a variety of nutirion topics.  The Advisory Board has brainstormed questions that will be relevant to strength and conditioning professionals, personal trainers, athletic therapists and kinesiologists.

1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Adventures and Lessons Learned in the Pursuit of a New Physical Standard for Police Duty
by Paula-Jean Martin, CSCS, TSAC-F, RSCC and Leslie Frei

This session will identify steps and considerations in developing a modern physical employment standard while planning to overcome obstacles and challenges inherent in the research, development and approvals process. We will also look at the overall development of law enforcement in an Academy perspective and how the TSAC-F course has assisted in shaping multiple areas of approach such as periodization planning, strength and power development, care and rehab, tactical fueling, and much more.

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Considerations for Exercise Programming for Individuals Living with and Beyond Cancer
by Tracy Gardikiotis
  • Define cancer survivorship
  • Review the exercise oncology evidence
  • Discuss exercise considerations for common cancer related impairments
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Auto-Regulation: Using Velocity and RPE to Dictate Load
by John Odgers, MSc, CSCS, RSCC
  • Learn about the research currently out on autoregulation - specifically on velocity based training and RPE
  • Understand why we might use these methods over more traditional load prescription methods
  • Learn how to implement these methods at the group and individual level
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
From Data to Dominance: Integrating Force Plates Into Your Professional Practice
by Matt Zukowski, MSc, CSCS
  • Introduction to Force Plates
  • Best practices (set-up, standardization, calibration)
  • Jump testing (tests, monitoring, rehab + performance, asymmetry, using outcomes to guide training interventions)
  • Brief overview of other tests (isometric)
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Power for High Performance
by Dan Farthing, MS, CSCS
  • Define power and its importance in both athletic performance and in functional fitness
  • Introduce the Power Conversion strategy of complex pairings
  • Workshop complex pairings and demonstrate understanding in programming presentation

Registration



Thru March 12 After March 12*
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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