Exciting Announcement: Dynamic SC Winter Seminar

The last couple weeks have been a whirlwind. Things have been steadily picking up at Endeavor as we get more soccer and baseball players coming, which has been a lot of fun. On top of that, I’ve also had three classes per week wrapping up massage school, and have done 5 clinics in the same time span. Oh…and Emily and I also moved from Philadelphia to New Jersey! Needless to say, juggling all of this has been a lot and I haven’t had as much time to write as I’d like.

We’ll get back on track in the next week or so here, but in the meantime, I have an exciting announcement that I wanted to share with you. On February 23rd, Joel Jamieson and I will be doing a one-day seminar at Dynamic Strength and Conditioning in Nashua, NH. My talks will largely revolve around the process of assessing and restoring optimal movement in an effort to create a platform for maximum performance development. The importance of assessment has really come to the forefront over the last several years, but it seems that a lot of people still have questions on how to implement it within their system without it necessarily eating up all their training time. I’ll also be discussing how we integrate PRI into our paradigm, which is a question I’ve been getting A LOT recently as more people dig into their information.

Dynamic Strength and Conditioning

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Joel will be dissecting the process to developing an effective conditioning program based on the needs of the sport and individual. Joel is the go-to guy when it comes to understanding the interplay of the various energy systems and how to manipulate/develop them for peak performance. I’ve learned a great deal from him over the last year or so and am looking forward to hearing him speak again in February.


Joel’s BioForce HRV is an awesome tool to help monitor your recovery and readiness to train/perform. If you haven’t looked into it yet, check out the review I did a few months back: BioForce Heart Rate Variability

Given that I’ll be speaking more on assessments, movement patterns and exercise technique, regional interdependence, and injury considerations, and Joel will be diving deep into energy system development, the day will provide a really unique opportunity to learn about two of the most importance and frequently misunderstood components of performance enhancement. Early registration ends January 18th, so check out the link below for more information and register soon if you’re interested in going. It should be a fun day; hopefully I’ll see some of you there!

Click here for more information >> Dynamic SC Winter Seminar

To your success,

Kevin Neeld

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