Webinar: A Guide to Shoulder Injury Prevention for the Busy Triathlete
Topic: A Guide to Shoulder Injury Prevention for the Busy Triathlete
Triathlon training is time intensive! A systematic, realistic, time-effective shoulder injury prevention program is key in keeping you in training and out of rehab. Learn practical individual and team applications for shoulder injury prevention, not only keeping you healthy, but helping you perform optimally at each workout.
This comprehensive webinar covers:
- Structural Shoulder Anatomy
- Rotator Cuff Muscle Myths
- Injury Prevention Techniques on Muscle Length, Strength, and Timing
- Consequences of Shoulder Pain
- Understanding the Different Types of Shoulder Pain
- Plan of Action during Shoulder Pain
- Return to Training Protocol
Make sure you, your team, and/or your athletes understand the necessities of the shoulder for triathlons!
Dr. G. John Mullen, DPTG. John Mullen received his Doctorate in Physical at University of Southern California (USC). At USC, he was a clinical research assistant performing research on adolescent diabetes, lung adaptations to swimming, and swimming biomechanics. G. John has been featured in Swimming World Magazine, Swimmer Magazine, Swimming Science, and the International Society of Swim Coaches Journal. He is currently the strength and conditioning coach at Santa Clara Swim Club, owner of the Center of Optimal Restoration, and creator of the Swimmer's Shoulder System.
Sanctioning Status: USAT SANCTIONED
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Apr. 30, 2013
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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