Webinar: Strength Training and Injury Prevention for Female Endurance Athletes
Topic: Strength Training and Injury Prevention for Female Endurance Athletes
Repetitive moments in the same plane of motion can cause muscular imbalances that lead to overuse injuries. Furthermore, females have anatomical differences that make them more prone to specific injuries than males.
This online webinar is designed to help coaches, female triathletes and other female endurance athletes understand causes of common endurance sports injuries and provide practical exercises to help prevent these injuries. This webinar is targeted to empower the female endurance sports athlete and the coaches who support them by improving performance and staying injury-free.
In this webinar, you will gain:
- An overview of how muscles function and strengthen and the myth that strength training will cause females to get too big
- Understanding of why injuries are common and what the typical causes are
- A review of proper exercise technique
- Specific exercises that require minimal equipment to address weak areas prior to injury
Exercise Physiologist Krista Schultz, MEd, CSCS interacts with hundreds athletes each year through coaching, personal training and performance testing. She regularly speaks at seminars and is founder of She Does Tri, triathlon clinics and coaching program with the goal to help females achieve confidence through health and fitness.
After running Division I track at the University of New Orleans, Krista became a triathlete. During 12 years of racing, she qualified and competed in the Ironman Hawaii World Championship; represented Maryland at the Best of the US Championship three times; and been a four-time USA Triathlon All-American. She also competed in Duathlon World Championship in 2006. She still competes.
Krista brings both formal education and applied experience into her training programs. Her experience working as an assistant physical therapist at Johns Hopkins, as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for Towson University and as an Assistant Track and X-Country Coach at Goucher College, gives her the background and diversity to develop targeted and effective strength programs.
Krista Schultz has her BS and MEd in Exercise Physiology from University of New Orleans and Goucher College (respectively) and is currently certified by: NSCA (CSCS, CPT), USA Weightlifting, USA Triathlon and USA Cycling.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members, Coaches and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Apr. 30, 2014
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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