Become A Better Coach And Master Your Craft At The First Annual NSPA National Conference

Learn From The Industry Leaders In Sports Performance

 

Join Us At the 2018 National Sports Performance Association’s First Ever National Conference.

The event will be held at McKinney High School in McKinney, TX on January 6th & 7th.

The NSPA’s National Conference will be packed with athlete development, training and coaching information with a Coach line-up unlike any you’ve ever seen.

The National Conference will be set-up like this:

Day 1: Saturday January 6th, will be all lectures, where the presenters will go in-depth with the methods that they are using and sharing their knowledge so that you can become a better coach. The end of Day 1, we will be hosting a Coaches Roundtable where you can ask any questions you have for any of the presenters, plus we will get the discussion going on latest trend, hot topics and what direction the presenters see our field going.

After your head is full, go grab a quick dinner and then meet us out for our NSPA Social. Interact and network with the presenters and all the other attendees. Drinks are on us!

Day 2: Sunday Jan. 7th, will be all hands-on. The McKinney High School facility is huge and perfectly set-up for the hands-on, using both the turf and weight room. The hands-on will be set-up with 3 coaches (presenters) going at once, splitting the attendees in 3 groups (where they would rotate around). We split the attendees in three small groups so we can keep the groups small enough where everyone can participate and ask questions. This is where the presenters will be able to show you the actual drills, exercises, cues and techniques that they are using with their athletes. 

I’m so excited as I don’t think there’s an event that can match the amazing level of presenters like this one. I want to thank all of you for being a part of our inaugural NSPA event! 

See you in Texas!

Weekend Agenda

2018 National Conference 

 

Saturday January 6th:

7:45-8:45am – Registration

8:45-9am – Opening Remarks

9-10:30am – Donnie Maib– “Plyometrics and Power Training: Preparation, Progressions and Programming”

10:45-11:45am – Chris Mohr– “The Best Diet for Performance”

12-1pm – Lunch

1-2:30pm – Anthony Glass– “Training the Olympic Sport Athlete – Putting the Athletic Development Program and Plan Together”

2:30-3:30pm – Toby Brooks– “Long-Term Athletic Development: Global Perspectives From Research to Reality”

3:45-5pm – Coaches Round Table

8pm-10pm – Social/Networking Event

 

Sunday January 7th: 

8:30-9am – Registration

9am-12pm – Hands-on Sessions with Robert dos Remedios, Chris Frankel and Lee Taft
Robert dos Remedios – “Movement Prep and Dynamic Warm-up”
Chris Frankel – “Foundational Strength Training Movements for Athletes”
Lee Taft“Core Speed”

12pm-1pm – Lunch

1pm-4pm – Hands-on Sessions with Wil Fleming, Josh Henkin, and Jimmy Radcliffe
Wil Fleming“Olympic Lifting Techniques”
Josh Henkin“Multi-Planar Strength Training: The Missing Component of Developing the Total Athlete”
Jimmy Radcliffe – “Acceleration Development and Increasing Team Speed”

4pm – Closing Remarks 

 

*sessions and presenters are subject to change

2018 National Conference Presenters

Robert dos Remedios

Director of Sports Performance, National Sports Performance Association

Donnie Maib

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Asst. Athletics Director for Athletic Performance, University of Texas

Anthony Glass

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Dir. Strength & Conditioning – Olympic Sports, Ohio State University

Jimmy Radcliffe

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Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Oregon

Kaitlin Janes

Strength & Conditioning Coach,  Mater Dei High School
NSPA Board Member

Lee Taft

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Director of Speed Development, National Sports Performance Association

Wil Fleming

Director of Weightlifting Performance, National Sports Performance Association

Dr. Chris Mohr

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Director of Sports Nutrition, National Sports Performance Association

Chris Frankel

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Director of Programming for TRX

David Padilla

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Strength & Conditioning Coach, Keiser University
NSPA Board Member

Josh Henkin

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Owner of DVRT, NSPA Board Member

Dr. Toby Brooks

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Director of Education, NSPA
Kinesiology Instructor, Texas Tech University

Price Increases December 18th

Register Now for only $499 $399

(split payments 30 days apart option available too when you click the Register Today button)

Everything You Need to Take Your Athletes to the Next Level!

Join Us For The National Sports Performance Association’s 1st Annual National Conference

Location: McKinney High School
McKinney, Texas

Date: January 6th & 7th

Cost: $499 $399

Limited to 200 Attendees

Continuing Education Credits – NSCA

 

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) has approved the National Sports Performance Association’s National Conference for 1.3 Continuing Education UnitsNSCA certified individuals are eligible to receive 1.3 CEUs or 13 contact hours for attending this event.

 

 

Continuing Education Credits – NASM

 

The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) has approved the National Sports Performance Association’s National Conference for 1.2 Continuing Education UnitsNASM certified individuals are eligible to receive 1.2 CEUs or 12 contact hours for attending this event.

 

Price Increases December 18th

Register Now for only $499 $399

(split payments 30 days apart option available too when you click the Register Today button)