Strength and Conditioning Professionals Gather at Winthrop
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Strength and Conditioning Professionals Gather at Winthrop

September 12, 2019

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Eleven sessions will be offered during the Sept. 14 event, including presentations by two Winthrop faculty members – Winthrop alumna Joni Boyd and David Schary.
  • Organizers said attendees will earn continuing education credits while expanding their network and increasing their professional know-how with the latest industry research and practical application.

ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA – More than 300 professionals will attend the Southeast Regional Conference for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) meeting Sept. 14 at the Lois Rhame West Health, Physical Education and Wellness Center on the Winthrop University campus.

Eleven sessions will be offered during the day, including presentations by two Winthrop faculty members – Winthrop alumna Joni Boyd and David Schary. Organizers said attendees will earn continuing education credits while expanding their network and increasing their professional know-how with the latest industry research and practical application.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to be able to showcase our beautiful city and campus, engaging programs, and energetic students, alumni, faculty and staff,” said Boyd, who is the NSCA state director for South Carolina.  “We look forward to bringing current and future professionals together in an amazing conference.”

The sessions, beginning at 8 a.m. and lasting to 4 p.m., are:

·       Return to Play: The Role of the Strength and Conditioning Professional, Kati Fowler

·       Critical Corrections for All Populations: Corrective Exercise Prescription via Postural and Overhead Squat Assessments, Joni Boyd

·       Lakers Strength Differentiated Training for Multi-Sport 7th-12th Grade Student-Athletes, Micah Kurtz

·       Development of the Tactical Athlete: The Local Model, Ron Doiron

·       System Based Thinking: A New Paradigm to Create Systemic Change in the Performance Profession, Angelo James

·       A Barracuda, Expectations, and a Barbell, Jeremy Boone

·       The Missing Element: Integrating Self-Awareness Mental Skills into Tactical Training Programs, David Schary

·       Hormonal Changes During Training: What Do They Really Mean for Training Adaptations?, Travis Triplett

·       Developing a Comprehensive Dynamic Warm-up: Reduce Injuries, Increase Speed, and Prepare Your Athletes for Competition, Micah Kurtz

·       A Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) Approach to Plyometric Training for Individuals, Groups, or Teams, Darnell Clark

·       101 Fundamentals for Speed, Mike Srock

For more information, email Boyd of Winthrop’s Department of Physical Education, Sport, and Human Performance at boydj@winthrop.edu.

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