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Bridging the Gap from Rehab to Performance

July 1, 2019

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Owner and founder of Structure and Function Education, Susan Falsone, discusses the organizational system she uses to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance at the 2019 Coaches Conference. This includes a review of the possible interventions used at each stage as well as linking mind and body together for a more well-rounded recovery.

Coaches Exercise Science Program design Somatosensory Control Psychomotor Control Pain Management Recovery

Developing a Full, High-Performance Program from the Ground Up

May 1, 2015

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A high-performance program brings a team of rehabilitation and performance professionals together under a common set of principles directed toward success. In this session from the 2015 TSAC Annual Training, Charlie Weingroff discusses how to create a high-performance program that can be highly successful and valuable.

TSAC Facilitators Coaches Program design High Performance Programming Strength and Conditioning Program Design

Return to Play—Transitioning from Rehabilitation to Strength and Conditioning with the Football Athlete

February 25, 2019

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Due to the high contact and intensity of football, injuries to the players are inevitable. Strength and conditioning coaches play a vital role in the athlete’s process of return to sport. This article is a detailed outline of the solutions that are involved with transitioning a football player from rehabilitation to strength and conditioning back to the field.

Coaches Program design Safety Basic Pathophysiology and Science of Health Status or Condition and Disorder or Disease Football Return to Sport Injury Rehabilitation Injury in Sport

The Science of the Somatosensory System: Enhancing Movement Accuracy

June 17, 2019

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As a podiatrist, human movement specialist, and worldwide leader in barefoot science and rehabilitation, Emily Splichal has developed a keen eye for movement dysfunction and neuromuscular control during gait. In this session from the NSCA’s 2018 National Conference, Splichal discusses reflexive stabilization, macro- and micro-stability and how it relates to injury risk, and a ground-up approach to activation.

Personal trainers Coaches Exercise Science Exercise Technique Client Consultation|Assessment Barefoot Activation Stabilization Somatosensory Fascia

Post-Rehabilitation Programming—Lateral Ankle Sprains

January 22, 2019

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Ankle sprains are an extremely common injury of both sports and everyday life. In the post-rehabilitation setting, it is important to first identify and then address deficits in ankle, hip, and knee range of motion and strength.

Personal trainers TSAC Facilitators Coaches Program design Basic Pathophysiology and Science of Health Status or Condition and Disorder or Disease Lateral Ankle Sprain Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation

Applied Periodization in Shoulder Injury for the Tactical Athlete—Part 2

February 1, 2017

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The exercises and progressions provided in this article can be used as a basic guideline for rehabilitation of common shoulder injuries, as well as a way to strengthen areas that are commonly affected by injury.

TSAC Facilitators Program design Basic Pathophysiology and Science of Health Status or Condition and Disorder or Disease tsac periodization rehabilitation shoulder injuries

Increase Hip and Trunk Stability with Loaded Carries for Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Performance

December 11, 2020

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The goal of this article is to understand contralateral and ipsilateral loading, how to set-up loaded carries, electromyography activity during exercises, and how to apply these exercises into the strength training program.

Coaches Program design Loaded Carries Core Strength Posture Contralateral Loading Ipsilateral Loading

Core Strength and Functionality with Loaded Carries

July 1, 2016

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What training approaches are efficient and effective at developing functionality and resiliency at the core? The answer lies within an intelligent, systemic, multi-method approach to training the core, including an eclectic set of training tools to individualize specific needs of athletes.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design strength and conditioning Core training

PTQ 7.2 TRAINING CLIENTS WITH SHOULDER INJURY— MODIFICATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS

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The current trend in healthcare is leading to a quicker discharge from physical therapy and, for many clients, a quicker transition back to personal training. Thus, physical and occupational therapists are looking to collaborate with personal trainers who have a working knowledge of the shoulder to aide in the safe transition from rehabilitation to performance. As noted in NSCA’s Guide to Program Design, this collaboration will help prevent personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches from being pushed outside their area of expertise and will ultimately help safely return clients and athletes to their respective fitness pursuits and sports. A knowledge of shoulder exercise modifications and progressions can help reduce the risk of re-injury and maximize performance.

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