MBSC Winter Seminar

Saturday Feb 14th from 12-5

Don’t miss the chance to see and hear what some of the best in the business are working on.

Training and Rehabilitation Strategies for the Pelvis and Hip: John Pallof RPT
John’s presentation will focus on the training and rehabilitation of athletes with hip and groin injuries with particular emphasis on the sports hernia issue.

Off-Season Baseball Training: From Assessment to Opening Day: Eric Cressey
Eric will demonstrate how to take a baseball player from the initial evaluation to the start of spring training.

Training Considerations for Basketball: Brijesh Patel
Basketball players are different than other athletes and these differences need to be reflected within their physical training. Learn what considerations need to be made for training basketball players as well as modes and progressions that can be implemented right away.

– Concussions and Sports: Chris Nowinski
Chris will give an in-depth overview of the sports concussion crisis. It will include his personal story about being forced to retire from World Wrestling Entertainment due to post-concussion syndrome and the information that inspired him to write Head Games: Football’s Concussion Crisis. He will cover the latest research coming out of Boston University’s new Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy, including post-mortem examinations of athletes’ brains. Finally, he will provide practical information and tools to help professional in any line of work with concussed athletes serve their clients better.

– Practical Strategies for Preventing Low Back Pains: Mike Robertson
In this presentation Mike will discuss: Typical causes of everyday low back pain; The role of the pelvis, surrounding musculature and force couples; Training Interventions (core training, flexibility/mobility, etc.); Behavior Modification

– Training for Ice Hockey: Michael Boyle
Michael’s presentation will focus on the concepts that have made him a world leader in the training of ice hockey players, both male and female. The presentation will move from the basics for young players to training the NHL player.

The Seminar begins at 12 on February 14. MBSC will open at 8am and registered participants are welcome to observe the group-based training.

Our lead sponsor, Perform Better, will have 2 tables on-site filled with the best equipment and instructional products. In addition, Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning is equipped exclusively by Perform Better so you can also get some hands on experience with Keiser, Pro Star, York and UCS equipment.

To register click below


Early participants, purchase here – $99 for the first 100 participants


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