Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by MaineSucks, Apr 20, 2006.
Sounds ill... shame its in bumfuck syracuse
I wonder if James Smith speaks how he writes
So... um... whats this all aboot?
if you have to ask......
it's near my hometown
I'd like to hear defranco speak actually
4hr drive. near turning stone. carosel mall.
damn, still only a maybe. i hate syracuse.
Come to Texas damnit.
mmmm defranco and charlie francis
......then I really don't know the answer?
Is this supposed to be a competition or just a giant circle jerk where everyone talks about their latest roid cycle and training routine?
x eleventy billion
perhaps, if you'd answer the question, I wouldn't have to invent assinine explainations. All I wanna know is whats going down that would make someone pay $225-275 per ticket.
i'll get right on that.
did this about 6 months ago... Dallas mind u
it says its a seminar/confrence in the title, and the fucking first post you dumb motherfucker
no they didn't
yes they did because i was there dick sock
How many of those speakers were there?
Elite had a seminar in texas....
Yeah, with none of those speakers. This isn't a seminar on how to bench squat and deadlift.
that seminar was not only about squat bench and deadlift.
verry little of it covered how to actually.
and regaurdless, there is goign to be alot of talk abotu those three things.
the topics covered at this seminar will be much different than at the seminar you went to....probably geared toward athletic development. And, i suspect the material will be more advanced.
yea, I get it 'sport training conference', whole fucking lot of details there... All I was asking is what happens and whats being covered that so special, but fuck it, don't care anymore.
"Remember when you were a little kid and you bought your parents a holiday gift so exciting to you that you could barely stand to keep it to yourself? That's exactly how I've felt for the past six months; this is without a doubt the most incredible speaking lineup of which I've ever been a part." -Eric Cressey
Presenters and Topics
Dave Tate – Taking Your Program to the Next Level
Keynote Presentation – Speaker Introductions
Variables that will take your programs to the next level
The break through factors
Jim Wendler – What I Learned
What I learned training for and playing D1 football
What I learned working as a strength and conditioning coach
What I learned as a personal trainer
What I learned training at Westside Barbell
What I have learned working for EliteFTS
How can all this help you design and develop better programs?
Buddy Morris – The Unveiling of X
Recovery planning for optimal performance and results
The proper use of de-loading for strength enhancement
Understanding and programming for fast twitch and slow twitch athletes
The difference between stimulation and annihilation – What are you using?
Managing fatigue for better results
Scales and measures to help you determine when enough is enough
Michael Hope – Shoulder and Lower Back Injuries
What to do at the onset of lower back problems
Exercise selection for lower back training
What exercises and programming will help and hurt your training
How to solve shoulder problems
Simple shoulder examinations that can prevent larger, bigger issues
Testing for muscular weakness that anyone can do
How to properly stretch for optimal shoulder mobility
Exercise selection guidelines for increased shoulder performance.
Joe Defranco – From D3 to the NFL – The Miles Austin Project
Practical evaluations anyone can use
The use and application of the needs analysis
Sprint analysis and economical training methods that will make you instantly faster
Developing speed in the weight room based on different sprint phases
Understanding realistic and optimal program guidelines utilizing the conjugate method
Nutritional and supplemental guidelines to maximize performance
Techniques and tricks to excelling in performance tests
Metal and physical peaking tips to use for outstanding results
Eric Cressey – Building to the basics: The Art of “Hardcore Corrective Training”
Understanding functional anatomy and why this is important.
Determining and understanding kinetic chain dysfunction
How dynamic flexibility can work for you
Muscle activation drills and why you need them
Manipulating your program for optimal results
James Smith – High / Low Training Methodology
How to use high/low sequencing in your program
CNS stressors and how to qualify them
PASM of acyclic
The physiological continuum of heightened preparedness
Transference effect of non-specific stimuli
The relationship of GPP and SPP
The complex structure of the development of sport form
sweet Jesus... I might have to go and rob a 7-11 now