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If you have a course that you would like to be approved for USAT CEUs, please complete the application and view this list of benefits. If you have any questions, please contact the Coaching Certification Coordinator.

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09/13/14  Cary, NC  OSB Powerstroke Freestyle Technique Clinic

Powerstroke® is our method for teaching effective competitive swimming to adult triathletes and open water racers. It is both a teaching method and a way of swimming. It is a concept developed to help athletes understand the integral relationship between good technique and the application of force when swimming. It is a drill that can be incorporated into daily practices as well as a stroke form that will help you torpedo your way to a PR finish. 

USAT Certified Coaches receive 6 USAT CEUs upon completion.

For more information and to register, click here. 
ONGOING  MULTIPLE  Healthy Running

After this course, the participant should be able to:

- Discuss the pathophysiological process behind running injuries and the new treatment concepts relating to these pathologies. 
- Improve his\her clinical efficiency through a better knowledge of objective diagnostic assessments and their place in the clinical exam of an injured runner. 
- Discuss the new theories behind tissue stress, adaptation and preventive stress.  
- Recognize the relationship between running biomechanics and the risk of injuries. 
- Build a program to help an injured runner return to running using the theoretical principles relating to different energy systems, cross-training and warm-up. 

And much more...

USAT Certified Coaches receive 10 USAT CEUs upon completion.

For more information and to register, click here. 
1/24/15  Richmond, VA  2nd Annual Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo

The 2nd annual Richmond Endurance Athlete Symposium and Expo will bring together athletes, coaches and medical professionals to inspire and educate participants who are passionate about endurance sports.

Attendees will head five presentations from national and local speakers targeted at motivating and educating endurance athletes and addressing some of their unique medical and training concerns.

Keynote speakers include Bob Seebohar, Andy Potts and Hunter Allen. Each presentation will last 45-60 minutes. Proceeds benefit Richmond 2015, site of the UCI World Cycling Championships and the Brain Injury Association of Virginia 

USAT Certified Coaches receive 5 USAT CEUs upon completion. 

For more information and to register, click here. 
2/7/15 - 2/8/15  Miami, FL  Post Injury Running Certification Program

Standard healthcare and coaching curriculums typically do not include training specific to managing injured runners despite the widespread participation and relatively high incidence of injury associated with the sport. Based on current evidence and nearly 50 years of combined clinical experience among the instructors, this course will provide healthcare professionals and coaches with critical information and skills necessary to evaluate, diagnose, and treat running injuries.

Healthcare professionals and coaches will be instructed on breaking down the task of running, treating impairments within the individual components of running, and integrating these components for the functional goal of improved running. The course will: identify risk factors for running injuries; list the incidence  of the most common running injuries; provide specific guidelines for staging the severity and type of running injury; provide criteria for examining and recommending appropriate shoes; and present an evidence-based model for treating functional running injuries. 

USAT Certified Coaches receive 10 USAT CEUs upon completion. 

For more information and to register, click here.


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