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Val Nasedkin and Roman Fomin present a two-day seminar on September 26th and 27th at Ranfone Training Systems.
Val Nasedkin, a former decathlete at the national level for the former Soviet Union, is the co-founder and vice president of business development for Omegawave, a pioneering company in the field of functional preparedness and readiness in athletes.
He has been a guest lecturer on the principles of training at numerous sport science and physical education universities around the world, and frequently acts as a consultant to Olympic committees, sports federations and national and professional teams for various sports including Dutch Olympic Committee, United States Track and Field Olympic Committee, EPL, Serie A and La Liga teams (Medical Staff), Autonoma University (Barcelona, Spain), Duke University (North Carolina, USA) and University of Calgary (Canadian National Sports Center).
Dr. Roman Fomin holds a PhD in Physiology and is also an Associate Professor of Physiology. Dr. Fomin is a highly regarded, innovative, and analytical senior scientist. His research and laboratory management experiences include 15 years of extensive multi-disciplinary work in areas of electrophysiological and biomechanical methods, surface and stimulation electromyography, transcranial magnetic stimulation of the brain and spinal cord, motion analysis, and electroencephalography.
Dr. Fomin has a track record in designing breakthrough physiological methods and technologies for elite-level coaching, sports science and sports medicine. He is a co-founder of the Windows of Trainability* and Readiness** concepts designed to optimize the training process of Olympic and professional athletes to achieve the best results while avoiding negative side effects. Dr. Fomin has gone further and developed an innovative, practical approach of Predictive Modeling and Biological Optimization that allows for the creation of an optimal roadmap to high performance and success in sports. Additionally, he possesses proven skills in authoring scientific and educational articles and papers. He is the author of numerous published works on the neurophysiological mechanisms controlling voluntary movements and neuronal adaptations during exercise.
It promises to be a great weekend full of paradigm breaking info–the kind of stuff that puts you ahead of the curve.
We’re keeping attendance low to ensure everyone enjoys an intimate setting full of interaction. In short, you get all of your questions answered.
This is a private and limited (30 attendees) occasion which will be determined on a first come first serve basis and once we hit our max attendance it will be closed. We hope you take this opportunity as we are confident it will not fall short of your expectations.
Mark McLaughlin, founder of Performance Training Center in Portland, Oregon, hosted his two-day seminar: Physical Preparedness, Readiness, and Monitoring on April 18th and 19th at Ranfone Training Systems.
Founder of Performance Training Center. Mark attended college at the College of Sante’Fe in New Mexico. He is a native Oregonian currently living in Portland. His passion of all athletics flourished throughout his teen years. He participated and competed on various teams and in a variety of sports. Through his years of participation in sports and later in his education, Mark developed a deep commitment not just to sport but also to the complete well-being of the athlete. This passion and commitment leads to continual self-education in the field of athletic performance enhancement.
Mark has been active in the field of athletic performance enhancement since 1997. Mark has trained over 700 athletes on every competitive level ranging from Olympic, professional (NFL, MLB, CFL), college, high school and grade school athletes. As well as working with individual athletes, Mark works and consults with professional organizations (NFL, MLB, and NBA), NCAA universities, high school, club, and youth sport organizations. In addition to Mark’s training and consulting services, he conducts speaking engagements with various organizations locally, nationally as well as internationally.
This seminar presented fresh views from the mind of Dr. Weingroff, including training methodologies that incorporate the 4 pillars of Human Performance:
4) Sensory Systems
> The 3 Perspectives of Movement (Biomechanical, Neuromuscular, and Neurodevelopmental)
> Updated views on the Joint By Joint Approach based on each Perspective
> Review of methodology claims and personal methodology
> Mobility Lab
> Hands-On and Neurodevelopmental Progressions of Breathing, Rolling, Crawling, Hinging, and Upper Body Diagonal Patterns
Nick’s scientific approach to speed development and coaching gives each attendee instantly applicable skills…bottom line…You get better and Your athletes get better.
Here’s the course break down:
Developed by world-renowned musculoskeletal expert Dr. Andreo Spina, Functional Range Conditioning, or FRC™, is a system of mobility training based in scientific principals and research. Mobility, defined as flexibility plus strength, refers to the amount of USABLE motion that one possesses across a particular articulation (joint). The more mobile a person is, the more they are able to maximize their movement potential safely, efficiently, and effectively.
FRC™ Seminars teach participants, ranging from manual therapists, to personal trainers and strength and conditioning specialists, how to improve mobility in both their clients, as well as themselves. More importantly, workshops explain the scientific basis behind this new and invaluable system. Participants come away not with a simple list of exercises, but a greater understanding of the musculoskeletal system, and the tools needed to implement FRC™ methodology in the training/ rehabilitation programs of patients, clients, or themselves.
Functional Range Release (F.R.C.)™ Certification Seminars offer advanced training in all aspects of the system including its utilization for:
The seminar also covered a variety of other concepts including (but not limited to):
This 2 day combination hands-on workshop/lecture series updated the participants on the newest research and developments in lumbar spine function, injury mechanisms and rehabilitation approaches. Optimizing patient healing and building the ultimate back for performance was the focus by applying this knowledge in the rehabilitation setting, workplace, and on the sports field.
Dr. Stuart McGill is a professor at the University of Waterloo. He is a renowned biomechanist, specializing in spine function, injury prevention and rehabilitation. His publications regarding lumbar function, low back injury mechanisms, tissue loading and rehabilitation programs are used in every day treatment and training for performance by every population by Allied Health Professionals. He is a consultant to many medical management groups, professional sports teams and athletes, governments, corporations and legal firms.
Dr. McGill covered the following subjects:
THIS 2-DAY SEMINAR ALSO FOCUSED ON:
DAN WILL ALSO ADDRESSED OTHER SUBJECTS, SUCH AS:
Dr. Nickelston is a practitioner of Functional Medicine, Performance Enhancement, Corrective Exercise, and Human Movement Assessment. An expert in myofascial, orthopedic, medical and trigger point soft tissue therapy. A Member of the Board of Directors and Medical Staff Advisor for AIMLA (American Institute for Medical Laser Application, a governing body for laser therapy education. The Director of Clinical Operations of LiteCure, LLC and owner of the Pain Laser Center, LLC. A Certified Instructor for Functional Movement Systems(FMS) and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and a Certified Instructor for Neurokinetic Therapy movement rehabilitation.
He is regular columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic Journal, Livestrong, To Your Health Magazine, StrengthCoach, and other health and fitness publications. A 1997 graduate from Palmer Chiropractic University and a master fitness trainer with over 20 years experience in the health industry. He is also the Creator of the Core4 Recovery and Regeneration System and founder of Stop Chasing Pain.
Dr. Nickelston covered the following subjects: