2014 Southern Florida State Clinic

  • Southern Florida State Clinic

    Date: September 27, 2014

    Barry University
    Andreas Rms 111 & 112
    11300 NE 2nd Ave
    Miami Shores, FL 33181

    Hosted by:
    Kevin Caldabaugh, CSCS,*D
    +1 772-453-8474

    Katelyn Foley, NSCA-CPT
    +1 207-650-3838

    CEUs: NSCA 0.5, BOC 5.0


    Topics and speakers subject to change without prior notification.

    This clinic may have hands on sessions. Participants are asked to dress comfortably and only participate within their physical limitations.

    Southern Florida State Clinic
    September 27, 2014

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    Cutoff days are by postmark
      Now thru Sept. 16
    After Sept. 16
    On-site Only
    NSCA Member Rate $50 $75
    NSCA Student Member Rate $25 $35
    Non-Member Rate $70 $95


    All refund requests must be submitted in WRITING and should include the reason for cancellation. NO refunds will be accepted via phone.

    A 50% refund will be granted to requests postmarked on or before Sept. 16, 2014.

    NO REFUNDS after Sept. 16, 2014.

    Event Itinerary

    Saturday, September 27

    8:00am-8:55amCheck-in and On-site Registration
    9:00am-9:55amDeveloping Athletes for Life – Strategies and Applications for Long Term Athletic Development
    10:00am-10:55amInternships: A Detailed Examination
    11:00am-11:55amOlympic Style Weightlifting: Application to Non-Weightlifting Athletes and Clientele
    12:00pm-12:55pmLunch (provided)
    1:00pm-1:55pmTreating the Athlete as a Whole: Perspectives on Training and Balance
    2:00pm-2:55pmRecovery and Regeneration: Where an Athlete Gets Better
    2:55pm-3:10pmInnovative Approaches to Improve Performance and the Personal Trainers Role in Training Youth

    Session Descriptions
    From the junior level through the professional ranks and beyond, this discussion will explore the LTAD model and its applications at various levels of sport. Instituted by organizations and communities around the world, the LTAD model is committed to not only producing the best athletes, but inspiring communities to keep all members engaged for a life-long affinity to sport and exercise. This lecture will also provide coaches at every level insight on where their athletes fall within the spectrum, the key components to the LTAD, and an open discussion on working strategies and implementation techniques.
    A look into strength and conditioning internships from the perspectives of both the strength coach and the intern.
    This presentation will address the rationale, justification and implementation of Olympic weightlifting movements and their variations into the training programs of non-competitive weightlifting athletes. Challenges and solutions will be addressed, as well as program design considerations, specialized teaching and coaching cues and specific adaptations that need to be taken into consideration.
    This panel discussion will focus on treating the athlete as a whole, not only the strength and conditioning needed for performance but also correcting and aiding in biomechanical coaching techniques and mental preparation by sport psychology professionals.
    Athletes are not stronger, faster or more explosive after a workout. It is the process of recovery and regeneration that allows for that development to occur. Unfortunately, this period is often neglected in programming and the athlete is often left on their own to create their environment of recovery. This presentation will include a practical review of the literature in addition to a systematic approach to developing a sound recovery and agility program and process of assessment. Specific drills, organization and methods of implementation will be discussed.
    Hands-on: Minimal equipment and the ability to train groups and teams with medicine balls and bands is the focus of this presentation, as well as unique ways that give you the ability to produce success with young high school and pre-college athletes.