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Taylor Jenkins @SCCoachJenkins🔁 @DerekMHansen showing a nice progression post-hamstring pull for return to play @NSCA #NatCon18
Danimal @i_am_irondan🔁Pumped to represent @UWMadison at another excellent @NSCA #NatCon18
Loren Landow @LorenLandow🔁 Had such an awesome time at @NSCA #NatCon18 learning from so many different speakers!
Nick Coker @NickCokerUCF🔁Another successful meeting @NSCA, and even got to go to Indy and talk about powerlifting! #NATCON18
Tigris Nutrition @TigrisNutrition🔁 You can’t sustain high intensity exercise on a #Ketogenicdiet @mariespano @NSCA #natcon18
Jan Redmond @JERED08🔁Great talk by Dr. Michelle Boland, CSCS #NATCON18 #NSCA #Springfield
Robert Butler @rjbutler_dptphd🔁 #bethehashtag a good heuristic for sprinting form. @DerekMHansen #natcon18
Joe Kenn @bighousepower🔁Is Periodization Dead? just knocked it out of the park in a jammed packed well organized 50 minute session. And in m twitter.com y opinion as his, no it’s not!
“Random Training = Random Results” Haff
Coach Smith @AHSStrength🔁 runningmechanics presenting at #natcon18 "sprinting makes everything better." instagram.com
Patrick McHenry @ptmchenry🔁High school sig showing off the new strength coach folder, big projects to come. How to get more hs coaches in rhe high school Weight room
Patrick McHenry @ptmchenry🔁. - a great event this week! Grateful to listen to others drop impactful knowledge to benefit our athletes and to spend time with great friends. Thank you for sponsoring the high school track!
Aaron Heishman @aheish11_🔁Friends, colleagues, & mentors motivate me to work harder & reach higher. Great time at
John Harry @johnharry76🔁Great presentation from strength coach on importance of workload monitoring.
Also, good to know that independent of the acute:chronic workload, being stronger, faster and more conditioned is associated w/ lower risk for injury!
Dan Ogborn, PT PhD @DanOgborn🔁On return to play, timeliness ignore the individuality of recovery - need for landmarks to help anchor the progression to the individual - establish & monitor KPIs -
Daniel Disney @CoachDanDisney🔁One of my favorite nuggets from was a quote that I'll paraphrase.
Thoughts come before emotions but emotions are se twitter.com en before thoughts.
Emotional control is a key component of being a great athlete. Feelings in the moment are rarely more important than your goals.
Guy Hornsby @CoachGuyton🔁 @Doc_Haff: Don’t let monitoring dictate training, let monitoring inform training #NatCon18 Music to @DrBradDeWeese’s ears!
Josh Lehman @JoshuaDLehman🔁If your massage therapist tells you they are breaking up muscle/fascial adhensions .. uhhh.. no.
"If you can't feel adhensions, don't worry your probably chasing a unicorn. At least according to the literature."
-Dr. Kenneth Cieslack
Kyle S. Beyer @KyleBeyerPhD🔁And so concludes another National Conference. I always enjoy coming and discussing all things strength and conditioning with some of the top minds in our and making new connections. Here’s to a great ! Looking forward to next year already!
alexquisan @alexquisan1🔁The 'Mike H. Stone' Sport Science Lecture: w/ Hormones responses to weight training.
BoonJiun @BoonJiunOoi🔁That is a wrap!!! Just a blink of an eye, not enough time to learn and to get connected! I'll definitely have to come twitter.com back next year!
Center of Excellence @sportscienceed🔁The man. The myth. The legend. Dr. Mike Stone discussing enhancing strength and power in the weightlifting SIG
Barry Horgan @BarryHorganSC🔁Greg, well done on your term serving as president. It was great to have been able to attend this years annual and se twitter.com e the culmination of the work you and others have done for the . Cheers
Flight Lab Hoops @flightlabhoops🔁Great presentation from strength coach on importance of workload monitoring.
Also, good to know that independent o twitter.com f the acute:chronic workload, being stronger, faster and more conditioned is associated w/ lower risk for injury!
Daniel Hicker @hickersgame🔁Had a great time in Indianapolis at the . Having the opportunity to meet, talk shop, and continue to build relation twitter.com ships with good coaches, and most importantly, good people, is always the best part.
Jamie Whitmer @drjamiewhitmer🔁Excited to hear discuss the effectiveness of sprinting as a return to play morality here at 's !
John McMahon @DrJJMcMahon🔁Outstanding work by PhD student and student during their abstract presentations at the National Conference
Seth Michael @sethfurm92🔁: Team sports typically do not operate at maximal velocity (pads, implements,etc), therefore, team activity alone is not enough to train speed
Frédéric Devos @fre_devos🔁Professor John Cronin from presenting a fantastic scientific argument for the use of wearable resistance to enhance transfer of training to Performance. Always great when the work from colleague gets a mention
Joseph Coyne @josephcoyne🔁👍👍 I actually used the last sentence of this quote along with my best impression straight after in my talk - 💯💯 twitter.com TRUE
Chad Odaffer @FitGolfChad🔁Thanks had a great time at in . Lots of knowledge out there and always good to meet and catch up with coaches, res twitter.com earchers and others pros!
Tim Suchomel @DrTSuchomel🔁And so concludes another National Conference. I always enjoy coming and discussing all things strength and condition twitter.com ing with some of the top minds in our and making new connections. Here’s to a great ! Looking forward to next year already!
Carnegie Sport Coaching @CarnegieSpCoach🔁Thinking about this since did his talk yesterday. I think in order for us to learn how to effectively use the data collect, there is a need for S&C / Sport Sci applied researchers to incorporate some qualitative methods into our work.
Zach Fox @FoxDPT🔁Regarding injury risk: it is "a percent of a percent"... and thus, let's keep it in perspective. May mean something, twitter.com may not mean much. Increased risk of injury by 25%, when initial risk may be 6%. is only a true 1-2% increase FROM BASELINE. 🤔
Think about it.
Marie Spano, MS, RD @mariespano🔁“It’s very difficult to predict injuries.” Ramsey Nijem #natcon18
Dr Paul Comfort @PaulComfort1975🔁Outstanding work by PhD student and student during their abstract presentations at the National Conference twitter.com
Margaret Jones @dr_mtjones8🔁Great job by PhD students and presenting a total of 4 research studies from our lab!@gmupeakperform twitter.com
Loren Landow @LorenLandow🔁Props to for featuring as a presenter for . I couldn't be there to see it, but regardless I'm proud to be a member of a professional organization that can…
Shyam Chavda @shy_2tweet🔁If you’re at the and are interested in vertical jump force-time characteristics and asymmetry then come and see my poster at board 4
Justin Merrigan @jmerrigan33🔁Final presentation at officially a wrap. The emotions of award recipients have me motivated. Next up, Spain. twitter.com
Mike Mincy @MikeMmincy66🔁Day 2 of presenting at the National Conference was great! I presented research our lab group is working on examining the effects of early morning training on sleep in college female cross country runners😴
Todd Smith @MUStrength🔁Dr. Mike Stone: is training power enough or do we also need to train strength? Answer: there are strong relationships between maximum strength, RFD, and power output, therefore, it is important to train both, fluctuating emphasis depending on timing in the plan.
Drew Robertson @EvolvedMX🔁"6 strides out you're at 70% of top speed and ground contact time. IPhone video apps can be used to monitor this with high levels of accuracy."
Chris Jarmon, CSCS @Chris_Jarmon🔁Props to for featuring as a presenter for . I couldn't be there to see it, but regardless I'm proud to be a member twitter.com of a professional organization that can…
Coach Bill Ackerman @CoachAckerman🔁 Stretching - most changes are neural driven. Nervous system sees it as “less threatening.” #NatCon18
Stephen Rossi @StephenRossi3🔁Great Health Science and Kinesiology representation at in Indy!
Sport Science Center TCU @SSCTCU🔁Great week! Leaders in Sport conference followed by in which Dr. Kraemer and Dr. Fry were both honored. is headin twitter.com g back motivated by all the great work.
ChrisGooden @ChrisGooden🔁Had a great time at the NSCA conference this year. Learned quite a bit and met some great people! See you next year twitter.com in DC @ Indiana Convention Center
Joe McAuliffe @Joemacpower🔁So happy for will play in such a nice town. Indy is a beautiful city with such friendly people and the love their Co twitter.com lts!! …
Kasey Zibton @kayzee_ATC🔁Last day in Indy. Good place to decompress during the lunch break. twitter.com
Marie Spano, MS, RD @mariespano🔁Can you really break up adhesions in fascial tissues? No. But you can stimulate mechanoreceptors which regulate muscl twitter.com e tone.
McKeevs @MasterATCSCS🔁Dr. Mike Stone: hypertrophy is not all the same. It's how you put it in a program in an order that will give the best twitter.com benefit.
Brian Unverferth @brianunverferth🔁If your massage therapist tells you they are breaking up muscle/fascial adhensions .. uhhh.. no.
"If you can't feel twitter.com adhensions, don't worry your probably chasing a unicorn. At least according to the literature."
-Dr. Kenneth Cieslack
Derek M. Hansen @DerekMHansen🔁At with listening to a great talk on sprinting. Good chart that's developed out of his shared experience here -
Derek M. Hansen @DerekMHansen🔁 @DerekMHansen: ground contact time tells us how we are influenced by gravity #NatCon18 @nsca
McKeevs @MasterATCSCS🔁Dr. Mike Stone: strength hangs in there pretty well, max strength doesn't fall substantially for 2-3 weeks. However, twitter.com speed, endurance, power will.
Derek M. Hansen @DerekMHansen🔁 highlighting the pioneering sprint research from and here this morning at
Derek M. Hansen @DerekMHansen🔁"Stride frequency is like a bed of nails. Too low and the force per step is an issue. Spread the load."
Derek M. Hansen @DerekMHansen🔁 @DerekMHansen: be the #! #NatCon18 @nsca
J. Derek Kingsley, PhD, FACSM @DocKingsley🔁Sydney sharing her knowledge on the effects of normobaric hypoxia on repeated power tests! twitter.com
McKeevs @MasterATCSCS🔁Dr. Mike Stone: we need to remember that there's a delayed training effect, sometimes up to months in delay. #NatCon18 @nsca
Scot Morrison @scotmorrsn🔁On return to play, timeliness ignore the individuality of recovery - need for landmarks to help anchor the progressio twitter.com n to the individual - establish & monitor KPIs -
McKeevs @MasterATCSCS🔁Dr. Mike Stone: if you want to get strong, you have to lift heavier loads! #NatCon18 @nsca
McKeevs @MasterATCSCS🔁Dr. Mike Stone: is training power enough or do we also need to train strength? Answer: there are strong relationships twitter.com between maximum strength, RFD, and power output, therefore, it is important to train both, fluctuating emphasis depending on timing in the plan.
Weldon @Rocker75W🔁Strengthening tendons?- 6-10 min of exercise at a time, 2x a day (separated by several hrs) is best
Zach Fox @FoxDPT🔁"We are all asymmetrical. It's our job to find the tipping point". -Dan Pfaff. #NatCon18
Marie Spano, MS, RD @mariespano🔁Stretching doesn’t reduce injury risk. Static stretching temporarily decreases performance (force output). Static str twitter.com etching followed by dynamic warmup- good, no perf ⬇️
Marie Spano, MS, RD @mariespano🔁Stretching - most changes are neural driven. Nervous system sees it as “less threatening.” #NatCon18
Scot Morrison @scotmorrsn🔁Cues have a shelf life. Much like a T shirt, changing them at times is necessary. @PfaffSC #natcon18