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Cadavers in Motion Video Bundle

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This package includes all 3 Cadavers in Motion videos and the price reflects a 10% savings off a la carte pricing.  ($270.00 Value)

Have you ever struggled to understand anatomy photos in textbooks and apply those images to real-life movement? Check out celebrated movement specialist Dr. Grove Higgins' lab demonstration from the 2019 Personal Trainers Virtual Conference.

Dr. Higgins guides the viewer through a true cadaver lab to offer a deeper look at how our bodies move, providing a better understanding of how anatomy can help improve movement competence.

Learn the essential muscles and joints every strength and conditioning professional should know.
Understand the connection between stabilizers and mobilizers, and how to mobilize and stabilize joints through mobility training in the weight room.
Gain clarity around the role our muscles and joints play when it comes to dealing with everyday injuries and other common client or athlete complaints.
But learning isn’t done in the lab alone. After talking through each body region, Dr. Higgins walks viewers through his go-to mobility and stability exercises to drive home the relationship between anatomy and functional movement.

If you’ve ever struggled to understand how anatomy works, these videos are for you.

Note: You will have access to these videos for 1 year from date of purchase.

$135 USD

EDUCATION VIDEOS

SCJ 43.1 Progressive Exercise Strategies to Mitigate Shoulder Injuries Among Weight-Training Participants

Quiz CATD 0.2

Nontraumatic shoulder disorders are prevalent among weight-training participants as a result of training patterns as well as adaptive shoulder joint and muscle characteristics. This article presents a progressive approach to exercises designed to mitigate well-known joint and muscle characteristics that have been associated with shoulder disorders. Using a progressive evidence based model, practical applications are presented that will guide sports medicine and strength training professionals in their ability to provide an evidence informed upper extremity weight-training program for both patients and clients.

Training the Pregnant and Postpartum Client

October 27, 2014

Video Members Only

While exercise and weight management can be critical for a healthy pregnancy and recovery, special care should be taken when training pregnant and postpartum clients. In this lecture from the 2014 Personal Trainers Conference, Annette Lang provides an overview of what it means to work with this specific population.

Personal trainers Exercise Science Program design Postpartum Client Training Pregnant Client Weight Management Special Care Recovery

Multi-Joint Training versus Isolated Training for Core Development

June 1, 2017

Article

Ground-based free weight lifts, especially the explosive Olympic-style lifts, are highly recommended for athletic conditioning for the core muscles. They can provide a moderately unstable stimulus to augment activation of the core and limb muscles, while still providing maximal or near maximal strength, velocity, and power output.

Coaches Exercise Science Exercise Technique core training olympic lifts isolated training multijoint exercises

Lessons Learned – “The Training Process”

June 5, 2020

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In this session from the NSCA Coaches Conference 2020, Bo Sandoval, Director of Strength and Conditioning for the UFC Performance Institute, discusses the processes in which they assess their athletes, provide individualized training programs to make weight or build performance, and the various ways they are collecting vital information and research pertaining to fighters.

Coaches Program design Testing and Evaluation MMA Energy Systems Development Surveys Weight Class

Trainer Tips: Resistance Training for Women

May 1, 2017

Article Members Only

Trainer Tips are infographics designed to help you, an NSCA professional, educate clients and promote your services. These member-only resources can be used for client education, motivation, and promotion.

Personal trainers Exercise Science trainer tips women infographics

Strength, Speed Strength, and Power Transfer from the Weight Room to the Field for Football

January 31, 2017

Video

Learn how to coach various weight room exercises and understand the differences of “intention” between the various levels of football. In this session from the NSCA’s 2017 Coaches Conference, Pete Bommarito dives into the details of building strength in the weight room for youth and early high school football players, how to maximize all aspects of speed-strength and power by heavy variable loading, and advanced techniques at the elite and professional levels.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design strength training Speed Training Football Training Variable Loading Strength and Power Football hs-coaching

Stability and Weightlifting: Training Stability—Part 3

July 1, 2016

Article Members Only

This article is the third installment of a four-part series on stabilization in weight training. It covers how to train trunk stability and how to decrease the dominance of the extension/compression stabilizing strategy (ECSS) that is often perpetuated during training.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design weight training stabilization ECSS Extension Compression Stabilizing Strategy

Strengthening Student-Athletes’ Leadership Skills in the Weight Room

August 8, 2020

Video CEU

Dr. Whitney Moore and Val Smith from Wayne State University use this session, from the 2019 NSCA National Conference, to provide evidence-based motivational strategies and leadership behaviors, strength coach tested relationship-building strategies, and explain different levels of informal leadership training opportunities.

Coaches Professional Development Leadership Motivation Relationship-Building Informal Leadership hs-coaching

Baseball and Softball Training

March 11, 2019

Video Members Only

This 2018 Coaches Conference video features Paul Chandler talking about his lessons learned as a strength and conditioning coach and how to develop positive characteristics from the weight room and the profession, as well as his work with collegiate baseball and softball players.

Coaches Exercise Technique Program design Baseball Softball Team Culture Strength and Conditioning

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