2014 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar

It’s that time of year again! My friend Joe Heiler from Sports Rehab Expert puts together a yearly teleseminar series with some of the world’s top professionals in sports rehabilitation and performance training known as the Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar. As I’ve mentioned to you in the past, this quickly became one of my favorite resources because:

  1. The speakers are amazing every year
  2. It’s completely free to listen

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My commute to work is significantly shorter than it used to be (commuting to South Jersey from Baltimore was a grind), but I still spend about 6 hours per week in the car. I was convinced very early in my career that if I was going to spend any appreciable amount of time in the car (in this case, ~300 hours/year…on work commuting alone), I would make the most of this time by listening to interviews, audio books, etc. so I could continue learning even while sitting in traffic. This teleseminar series features many of the world’s foremost experts in the full spectrum of performance enhancement. In past years I’ve picked up great tips about assessments, corrective exercise, exercise selection, and programming considerations in general. Maybe more importantly, there is inherent value in listening to how successful professionals approach their work. I’ve gone back to several of the interviews from years past and listened to them multiple times.

I don’t know if this series really gets better and better every year or if Joe just happens to pick a speaker line-up that closely follows my current interests, but the group he has for this year is unbelievable. Check out who will be on the calls:

  1. Ron Hruska – PRI philosophy, goals, and teaching/training the squat pattern
  2. Val Nasedkin – Omegawave technology and the sciences of recovery and readiness
  3. Andreo Spina – Functional Anatomy Seminars, Functional Range Conditioning, BioFlow Anatomy, and more
  4. Phil Plisky – Injury prediction and prevention, the Y Balance Test, and when to return to play?
  5. Mark Comerford – Kinetic Control system, understanding the biomechanics of normal and abnormal function, and motor control retraining of uncontrolled movement
  6. Gray Cook – the history of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), research and injury prediction, and developing effective training programs
  7. Linda Joy Lee – the Thoracic Rings Approach and the Integrated Systems Model, finding the meaningful task and primary driver
  8. Kyle Kiesel – the evolution of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and the importance of a movement model to guide assessment and treatment.
  9. Kevin Wilk – Shoulder evaluation and treatment strategies, dynamic stabilization for the shoulder, and what does the research and clinical experience say about treating scapular dyskinesis and GIRD.
  10. Charlie Weingroff, Patrick Ward, and Nick Winkelman – Strength and Conditioning Roundtable: Advances in training and performance.

Typically there are a few talks that I’m especially interested in, but this year i can honestly say I’m looking forward to all of them. If you’re at all involved in rehabilitation, training, or coaching industries, I would encourage you to sign up for this series. You will absorb a ton of incredibly valuable information, and it’s 100% free!

Click here to register >> 2014 Sports Rehab to Sports Performance Teleseminar

The series starts next week (January 28th) so make sure you register today!

To your success,

Kevin Neeld

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