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New Jersey Clinic

Pingry School New Jersey Clinic

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Itinerary for 6th Annual SC/AD New Jersey Clinic on February 13, 2016:

7:45-8:00 Opening Remarks – Doug Scott/Robert Taylor, Jr.

8:00-8:50 “Using The Mental-Game To Help Your Athletes”
Stu Singer, Founder and Owner of Well Performance Coach

9:00-9:50 “Movement Prep: Speed And Agility Training”
Kevin Dunn, CEO of TEST Sports Clubs

10:00-10:50 “Year Round Programming”
Jake Cox, Football Strength Coach for Villanova University

11:00-11:50 “The Truth About Strength Training”
Mike Gittleson, Former Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the University of Michigan

11:50-1:00 Lunch Break

12:00-12:50 “Round Table” for Q&A – Presenters will field questions, provide advice, suggestions, and guidance where applicable.

1:00-1:50 “Supplement Industry Insights”
Mark Glazier, CEO of NutraBio

2:00-2:50 “Sport Science And Soccer: Gaining Your Edge”
Garrison Draper, Director of Sports Science for the Philadelphia Union

3:00-3:50 “Team Training From Freshman To Seniors”
Doug Scott, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for The Pingry School

4:00 Closing comments – Doug Scott/Robert Taylor, Jr.

You can pick up your CEU’s at the completion of the clinic where you registered by handing in your evaluation sheets of the sessions you attended. CEU’s will not be handed out prior to the end of the conference as directed by the NSCA and BOC.


Arkansas Baseball Weight Room
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arkansas weight room
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2-for-2 Method

Some trainers, coaches and athletes use what is called the 2-for-2 Method for increasing training load. The rule is if the trainee can perform two or more repetitions over one’s ‘repetition goal’ in the last set of an exercise, for two consecutive workouts, the weight is added for that particular exercise the next training session.

Bench Rep
St. Thomas Aquinas Weight Room Installation

Rack bridge bars at St. Thomas Aquinas High School

Custom logo head wrap on the utility bench at St. Thomas Aquinas High School