Fundamentals of Exercise Prescription: Lower Extremity & Trunk
Are you a personal trainer, strength coach or health care practitioner?
If so, it's certain that you work with people that have banged up knees or a cranky low back. It is time to learn the best coaching and programming strategies to help your clients fix those problems and develop high-performance muscle and power.
Professor Chris Powers and Dr. Chad Waterbury will be teaching an evidence-based course that covers the latest strategies for developing strength and power in key muscle groups within the lower extremity and trunk.
The information you'll learn will apply to both athletic and general populations. Emphasis will be placed on exercise prescription and progression to optimize lower extremity and trunk function. Key concepts will be reinforced with practical lab experiences at the world-renowned Movement Performance Institute.
Schedule on May 11, 2019
8:00-8:30am: Introduction and overview (Powers)
8:30-10:00am: The role of muscle performance in normal/abnormal function of the lower extremity (Powers)
10:15-12:00pm: Fundamentals of exercise prescription and progression: a biomechanical perspective (Powers)
1:00-2:00pm: Programming guidelines to improve strength and power (Waterbury)
2:00-3:00pm: Exercises to improve strength of the lower extremity (Waterbury)
3:15-4:00pm: Exercises to improve strength of the trunk/core (Waterbury)
4:00-4:30pm: How to program and coach plyometric training (Waterbury)
4:30-5:00pm: EMG analysis of various exercises for the lower extremity (Lab: Powers/Waterbury)
Will I receive CEUs for this seminar?
Yes, CEUs will be awarded to trainers/coaches by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and to physical therapists by the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA).
Will the seminar be primarly lecture or hands-on coaching techniques?
It will be a combination of both. Attendees will learn high-level programming as well as coaching and cueing of novel exercises to improve strength and power.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is a large parking lot with plenty of spaces in front of the entrance to the Movement Performance Institute, which is behind Starbucks on Sepulveda.
Which hotels are nearby for lodging?
The Movement Performance Institute (MPI) is 1/2 mile from the Los Angeles International (LAX) airport. There are numerous hotel options in that area. So any hotel in the LAX airport area will be very convenient.
What are the lunch options?
You can bring food to eat at MPI during the lunch break, or walk to one of many restaurants on the same block as the facility.
What can I bring into the event?
You can bring any food, beverages, laptops and cell phones.
What's the refund policy?
You can receive a 50% refund until April 11. After April 11 no refunds will be given.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?