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GWC 500-41 Design, Implementation, and Assessment of fundamental movements in is a Course

GWC 500-41 Design, Implementation, and Assessment of fundamental movements in

Jun 17 - Jun 22, 2019
2.0 credits

$90 Enroll

Full course description

Event Sponsor: *

Michael Silbernagel

Event Contact Email: *

Event Location: 

Scott Weight Room on the University of Mary Campus

Event Start Date: 

 June 17, 2019

Event End Date: *

June 21, 2019

Objective and Outcomes: *

The student will be evaluating current protocol screening tools for assessment and implementation of effective strength training and conditioning programs for high school and college athletes. Evaluation will include methods of data acquisition/assessment, workflow, pre, and post-testing, development of norm-referenced standards, and feedback to students. The ultimate goal will be the development of a battery of protocols to be used for assessment of success for high school and college athletes.

Resources/Course Materials: *

A variety of resources/materials will be referenced in the course however are not required for the course. Some of them include:
Title Author
Super Training Mel Siff
Science and Practice of Strength Training Vladamir Zatsiorsky
Core Performance Mark Verstegen
Every Day is Game Day
Path to Athletic Power Boyd Eply
Athletic Development Vern Gambetta
Nutrition for Serious Athletes Dan Benardot
Sport Speed George Dintiman
Strength training for sport William Kramer
Coaches Strength Training Playbook Joe Kenn

Amped Warm Up Joe Defrannco/Jim Smith
Extreme Insane
Power Explosive
Interval Training for Athletes and Clients Michael Boyle
Evolution of the Strength Coach - 25 mistakes in 25 years
Functional Strength Coach Series
Core Training
Plyometric Training
CNS Intensive Training
Advanced Program Design
Joint by Joint warmup and training
Exercise Index - Bench Press EliteFTS Videos
Exercise Index - Squat and Deadlift
Agility Training Parisi Speed School
Vertical Jump Method
40 yard dash training
Combine Training Methods
Warm Up Method