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ITP 701 Sports Science [clear filter]
Saturday, August 31
 

8:30am

Introduction to Sports Science ...Core: The Foundation of Movement- OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
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Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)

9:45am

Shaping and loading: Upper Body -OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
BS

Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)

11:00am

Shaping and loading: Lower Body- OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
BS

Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)

1:30pm

Stretching- OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
BS

Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)

2:45pm

Taping 101- OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
BS

Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)

4:00pm

Advanced Taping and Competition After Rehab- OPEN COURSE
ITP: 701 BULLET PROOFING YOUR ATHLETE
This course will address the many ways to use movement to BULLET PROOF YOUR ATHLETE. The interactive course will touch on the fundamentals of the core, upper and lower body shaping, stretching, taping techniques, and return to sport after rehab. There will be a hands-on taping lab portion, where you will get a chance to try out some of the most effective taping techniques with gymnasts. We will take a biomechanical approach to loading the upper and lower body in gymnastics and address ways, even with beginners, to bullet proof them early when teaching shapes and loading. We will touch on nuerodynamic or “kinesiological” stretching along with other stretching methods to improve flexibility. The course will include ideas of how to incorporate prevention in the gym based on motor learning to get the greatest effects and carry over of corrective exercises. We will discuss return to sport after rehab based on tissue healing and addressing skill selection for common injuries. You will go home with an extensive plan of how to bullet proof your athletes.

Speakers
BS

Brandi Smith

Physical Therapy, Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training
Brandi Smith has the distinguished honor of being a part of the USA Gymnastics National Health Care and Sport Science Referral Network. She is a former collegiate gymnast on the Texas Woman's University two time USAG Collegiate National Championship teams. upon completion of her bachelors... Read More →


Saturday August 31, 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Wedgewood (Upstairs Atrium Level)