Stefan Underwood CSCS RSCC
Director of Continuous Improvement (Internal Education) EXOS
Application of a Movement Mindset – Practical for Position, Pattern and Power
In this hands-on session, Stefan will expand upon the topic of training within a movement mindset and demonstrate how context is key and once you know whether dysfunction in movement is a position fault, pattern fault, or power fault, you can program with purpose. We will look at a sample athletic movement and connect the dots all the way from mobility to motor control progressions through power.
Steel Mace Training for Pre-Hab/Practical
The steel mace is a an unconventional training tool which operates within the principles of off-set load. While not a tool for maximal strength, it is a natural RNT-based tool that EXOS has found success with in implementing into pillar preparation (pre-hab), complimentary exercises, and auxiliary components of training. In this hands-on clinic we will talk about what the steel mace is (and isn’t) inside the EXOS training system.
Introduction to the TEC model through the lens of Lower Body Pushing
To coach is to influence upgrade; upgrade in movement competency, upgrade in intent of execution, and ultimately execution of the training program. While the “art of coaching” often focuses on the interaction between coach and athlete, there is a second half of the art of coaching, which is internal facing. It is the systems in place to help the coach be prepared for the session ahead. The TEC model looks at technical requirements for movement, common compensations that may occur, and then corrective strategies to influence movement. Having a strategy going into a session will aid in the execution of the session. This hands-on session will look at the TEC model as it applies to coaching lower body pushing.