Webinar: Warming up for Peak Performance
Topic: Warming up for Peak Performance
This presentation will discuss the fundamentals and importance of why warming up needs to be a main focus during training. As the main part of a training session is important, the overall workout will be low level without a proper and thorough warm up. The warm up starts the flow of a training session. If you learn to have high level and high energy warm ups you automatically take your performance to ultimate levels. During the warm up you can improve functional movement through mobility, flexibility and movement preparation drills. The warm up is a time to activate the nervous system, prepare the body for the work ahead and decrease injury throughout the rest of the training time. Athletes need to be focused and in tune during the warm up and understand the importance of this aspect.
Justin Levine has a reputation as one of the top fitness professionals in California. He owns and operates California Fitness Academy in Visalia, CA, built in 2006. Levine prides himself with keeping up with the science, education and research in the strength and conditioning industry. He attends national seminars and workshops throughout the year and reads and watches educational DVD’s and literature constantly. From professional athletes, college and high school athletes, endurance athletes, youth athletes and the general fitness population, Justin’s approach is to increase an individual’s vitality of life through proper exercise and nutrition prescription.
Additionally, Justin is the President of The Visalia Triathlon Club, which he started in 2007 and has grown to over 65 members in the local area. Justin coaches and guides his endurance athletes to smart and efficient training protocols and healthy lifestyle habits. Justin, himself, has completed over 40 endurance events including 6 Half Ironmans, 5 Half Marathons and numerous sprint and Olympic triathlons. Justin has written an ebook titled, “The Complete Triathlete” and he also released a DVD titled, “The Ultimate Dynamic Warm-up”. His writings and work can also be seen at www.strengthcoach.com, www.trifuel.com, www.usatriathlon.org, and www.scwebinars.com.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members or Coaches; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Feb. 9, 2012
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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