Strength Training Principles for the Athletic Trainer:
Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018
Donohue's Bar and Grille
87 Bigelow Street
Or ANYWHERE via Webinar!
CEUs Earned: 1 Category A CEU for ATs
Glenn De Kler, MS, ATC, CSCS, CES, CISSN
Glenn is a graduate of the Masters Athletic Training program at Long Island University: Brooklyn. He came to Athletic Training from the world of exercise and personal training, where he has worked for many years with clients of many populations. Additionally, he holds multiple certifications from organizations such as, FMS, The International Society of Sports Nutrition, USA Track & Field, and USA Weightlifting.
Summary of Lecture
This is the first of a series of lectures aimed at providing an in depth examination of strength training principles, with a specific view to the considerations of Athletic Trainers. The three main sections of this presentation are as follows: Physics, Law of Adaptation, and Approaches to Training. This ‘Foundations’ presentation will provide some definitions and concepts to better understand later entries in the series. Strength Training Principles for the AT seeks to both provide ATs with greater insights into the practice of strength training, and develop connections that can supplement their health care practice.
Review basic principles of Newtonian physics
Understand the principles of adaptation
Understand different approaches to training
Apply principles to Strength & Conditioning program design
Apply physics & training knowledge to AT Practice
Participants have until Wednesday May 9, 2018 to cancel participation with a full refund. Cancellations after this date will not be refunded. If you elect the webinar version, but do not log in to view it live, you will not be refunded.