Mobility and Technique for Strength Training: Olympic lifts and auxillary compound movements

10/9/2018

Sacred Heart University: College for Healthcare Education
4000 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
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Level 1 Foundations Course

Presented by Rick Stebbins PT, CSCS, USAW

5 – 8:30pm

$90 member / $110 non member

This course is designed to teach mobility assessment and correction as well as technique for the Olympic lifts and their auxiliary movements including Squats, Deadlifts, Clean/Jerk and Snatch. These lifts provide the foundation for rehabilitation for all injuries. The course will show the clinical relevance for incorporating these lifts into any rehabilitation treatment plan

1. Evaluate proper biomechanical squatting technique.

2. Learn corrective exercises for proper weightlifting.

3. Teach proper technique for weightlifting including squats, deadlift, clean and snatch.

4. Learn to integrate proper weightlifting into a physical therapy treatment plan.

Rick Stebbins PT, CSCS, USAW received his degree in Physical therapy fom the University of Connecticut in 1988 and has been a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist for 30 years. He has performed numerous seminars for Olympic Weightlifting technique over the last 10 years and has coached several  top Crossfit games athletes. Rick has owned a private orthopedic physical therapy facility since 1993 and 6 years ago started a sports performance and orthopedic longevity center to enhance human performance. He has been the strength coach at his local high school form 2013-2016. He was the physical therapist for the Mens and Womens U.S. Indoor Field Hockey teams from 2003-2005.

 


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