Full 2012 Central Virginia Sport Perfromance Seminar
Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky – Shock Method and Plyometrics: updates and in-depth examination
Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky’s father, Dr. Yuri Verkhoshansky, has been deemed “The Father of Plyometrics”. Although his main “finding” was that of the shock method, also known as depth jumps. In her presentation Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky discusses the latest contribution and updates of this method, its implications in training the athlete and the taxonomy of Plyometric exercises with the rules of their progressing during the training process, the research behind them, and the progressions used to implement them..
Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky – General Adaptation Syndrome and its Application to the Sports Training
The General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) has been looked upon as the benchmark for understanding the stress response to training, thus determining the “adaptations” that will be seen in the athletes. Dr. Verkhoshansky will give her take on GAS, areas that coaches can observe, and how this theory has been adapted sense its inception.
Dr. Natalia Verkhoshansky – Dual Package of Dr. Verkhoshansky’s 2012 presentations
Purchase both presentations from the 2012 CVASPS!
Creation of Short and Long Term Training Goals Based on Biological Markers
Cal Dietz – Advanced Principles in Programming”, Landon Evans-“Physical Preparation in the NCAA: A Complementary Approach
Joel Jamieson – Managing the Training Process
Mike Robertson – Corrective Exercise: Fact vs. Fiction