Delaware State Clinic

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Delaware State Clinic

November 21 @ 7:30 am - 4:50 pm

$30 – $145

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.

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

SCHEDULE:

7:30 AM – 8:00 AM
Online Check-in
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
How to Coach ‘Pandemically’ – Using Technology to Enhance Your Client’s Potential
by Yaw Baidoo, EdS, CSCS
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
An Innovative Academic-ROTC Partnership: Enhanced Physical Readiness Education and Training Partnership
by Donna Wolf, PhD, CSCS, TSAC-F
A high level of fitness is required to be a successful military member. Developing an effective strategy to improve physical fitness training may help lower musculoskeletal injury rates and improve performance therefore, improving military readiness. Previous research has shown that the largest barrier to injury prevention is lack of trained personnel and time to educate the soldiers on proper form. Therefore, we designed an entry-level program to combat the barriers to implementation of a successful fitness program. The Army ROTC and Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science department of Norfolk State University 9NSU) collaborated to improve the educational, motivational, and physical readiness of cadets entering the program. This project will provide pilot data that will allow for a broader use of the intervention.

10:10 AM – 11:10 AM
Evidence-Based Guidelines in Implementing Supramaximal Eccentric Training
by Antonio Squillante, MS, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, RSCC
This presentation offers the most up-to-date evidence-based guidelines in implementing supramaximal eccentric training in strength and conditioning. Evidence is presented in a more dissected manner in order to draw guidelines and recommendations that can be easily and readily applied in destining strength and conditioning programs. The breath of the studies presented includes a wealth of international peer-reviewed journals.

11:10 AM – 12:10 PM
Implementing a Strength and Conditioning Program in the High School Setting
by Kerry Harbor, CSCS
This presentation will be a discussion about some of the most important factors you should consider while developing a high school strength and conditioning program.

12:10 PM – 12:40 PM
Lunch Break
12:40 PM – 1:40 PM
Practical Core Training Techniques for the Modern Athlete
by Michael Piercy, MS, CSCS
– Discuss the core’s central role in originating and transferring strength and power for athletic performance
– Discuss some of the most effective exercises for strength, stability and power
– Keys to designing an effective program utilizing athlete assessment and analysis

1:40 PM – 2:40 PM
Grit, Resilience, and Culture: Strategies for Tactical, Athletic, and General Populations
by Rick Howard, DSc, CSCS,*D, FNSCA and Julia Olsen, MS, CSCS,*D
Suboptimal fitness has been shown to be a risk factor for reduced performance, injury, lost time on task, and reduced quality of life. With all we know about the value of fitness, health, and wellness, why does this issue pervade society? This session helps answer how can strength and conditioning professionals can promote the construct of fitness to all populations (meet our audience where they are) integrating popular concepts such as grit, resilience, wellness, and long-term athletic development.

2:50 PM – 3:50 PM
The Fallacy of Exercise: Has the Pop Culture of Fitness Combined With a Lack of Regulation in Education and Certifications Created Barriers to Building Credible Industry Standards?
by Dana Jaconi, CSCS,*D
This presentation will explore the impact of social media, the recent shift to training at home, marketed fitness products, supplement claims, and aesthetics as each relates to the pop culture of fitness and what barriers might impede standardization of a formal pedagogy and licensing requirements for employment and ultimately recognition as allied health professionals.

3:50 PM – 4:50 PM
Socioeconomics in Strength and Conditioning: A Progressive Approach
by Terique Boyd, CSCS and Gordon Jeter, MS, CSCS
Learning Objectives:
– To discuss the socioeconomic factors of working in strength and conditioning
– Discuss how socioeconomics can impact young coaches
– Provide guided solutions to move towards a progressive future for the field of strength and conditioning

Details

Date:
November 21
Time:
7:30 am - 4:50 pm
Cost:
$30 – $145
Website:
https://www.nsca.com/events/state-and-regional/2020-delaware-state-clinic-nov/

Venue

Zoom