McGill 3: High Performance Training – Progressing backs from pain to performance
Start: 23rd October 2022 @ 09:00am
End: 23rd October 2022 @ 18:00pm
Hotel van der Valk - Eindhoven
Aalsterweg 322, 5644 RL Eindhoven, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
EUROPEAN MCGILL METHOD SUMMIT 2022
IN-PERSON SUMMIT – LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!
After two years we are very excited to finally host all 3 McGill courses again!
From October 20-23 we will be hosting this great event in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
DATE AND HOURS
Registration 08:00 every day
We will have early registration available Wednesday evening at Hotel van der Valk Eindhoven at 20:00 – 20:30. Please send us a quick email if you wish to make use of this.
McGill 1 – Foundation for the Pain-Free Back
Thursday October 20 08:30-17:30
Friday October 21 08:30-17:30
McGill 2 – Assessment: Converging on a precise diagnosis
Saturday October 22 08:30-17:30
McGill 3 – High Performance Training: Progressing backs from pain to performance
Sunday October 23 08:30-17:30
McGill 1 + 2 + 3 (morning session)
Hotel van der Valk Eindhoven
5644 RL Eindhoven
McGill 3 (afternoon practical)
Sparck Sportsclub Eindhoven
Aalsterweg 283 A
5644 RE Eindhoven
MCGILL 3 – HIGH PERFORMANCE TRAINING: PROGRESSING BACKS FROM PAIN TO PERFORMANCE
McGill Method 3 is geared for clinicians, advanced trainers, coaches and performance specialists who wish to obtain advanced skills to enhance the performance of sport and occupational athletes alike. Mechanisms and training techniques used with world class athletes will be introduced and discussed. The development of movement/motor patterns, endurance, speed, and power within the principles that minimize back injury, or exacerbation of existing injury are work-shopped. Specific topics covered include: building resilience, training capacity, strength and speed techniques within pain-free progressions. Formalization of some of the performance “tricks” including how to get through “sticking points”, enhancing pulsing strength for more speed and optimization of elastic contributions, and developing “superstiffness” will be done in lecture and practical sessions.
The primary objective is for you enhance the resilience and performance of your clients given a broad spectrum of athletic demands.
You will learn:
- Mechanisms and training techniques used with world class athletes
- How to quantify the demands of specific occupational and sporting athletics, quantify the capabilities of the individual, and create targeted programs to ensure that athlete capabilities are able to meet the demands.
- How to develop movement/motor patterns, endurance, speed, and power within the principles that minimize spine stress
- Coaching cues to maximise effectiveness of injury resilience and performance that recognize differences in neurology, anatomy, learning style etc.
Course Contact Name
Designed 2 Move