Charlie Weingroff Seminar - Oct 25-27th, 2013
"TRAINING = REHAB, REHAB = TRAINING" Seminar Series
Are you an athlete, strength coach, powerlifter, personal trainer, physical therapist, and interested in Developmental Kinesiology in Training and Rehabilitation? IF yes, this seminar is what we call a no-brainer.
This seminar is based off Charlie's highly acclaimed DVD that combines the roles of the health care provider and personal trainer/strength & conditioning coach into a brilliant level of management leaving the best interests of the patient or client. Charlie will deliver a combination of neuromuscular and sensorimotor training, bridging into lifting very heavy things.
- Evaluating Movement, Preparation, the Sensory System
- Understanding the Role, Programming, and Execution of Corrective Exercise
- Introduction to Principles of Joint Centration and Developmental Kinesiology
- Linking Neuromuscular Resets to Speed and Strength Training
- Manual Therapy Options for Licensed Health Care Professionals
Date: October 25-27th, 2013
Location: Boston MA.
Iron Body Studios Address:
67 Fourth Ave.
Needham, MA 02494
Guests can call 1-800-325-3535 or access the site below to book, modify, or cancel a reservation.
Deadline is September 27th, 2013 to receive special rate.
Training Still Equals Rehab, Boston Oct 2013
1:00-2:00 Introduction: What's Changed?
2:15-2:45 Joint By Joint & Core Pendulum Theory & Developmental Kinesiology
2:45-5:00 Cervical, Thoracic, Scapula
8:00-11:00 Hip, Knee, Ankle, Lumbar
12:00-1:00 Training Methodology: Movement - Power - Preparedness - Sensory
1:00-2:30 Movement Systematics: Systems vs. Methods
3:00-5:00 Regressions, Progressions, Lateralizations - Joint by Joint Hands On
8:00-9:00 The Basics and the FMS
9:30-11:00 Joint Centration in the Squat and DL
12:00-3:00 Joint Centration in Pushing and Pulling
*Note: Agenda is subject to change
Contact course administrators to be placed on our wait list at firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Weingroff - Bio
Charlie is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He was most recently the Director of Physical Performance and Resiliency and Lead Physical Therapist for the United States Marines Corps Special Operations Command in Camp Lejeune, NC. He is also Director of Clinical Education for the Vibraflex Whole-Body Vibration and Andante Medical, the makers of the SmartStep, mobile force plate. He graduated from Ursinus College with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science in 1996, and went on to earn an MSPT in 1999 and DPT in 2010 from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Prior to returning to his home state of New Jersey in the Fall of 2006 after 12 seasons of professional basketball, he was the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA. Among the highlights of his tenure in Philadelphia was being part of the medical staff that ranked 1st in the NBA in Player Missed Games in the 2005-06 season.
Through rehabbing patients, he subscribes to a movement-based approach popularized by the works of Dr. Vladimir Janda, Dr. Shirley Sahrmann, Dr. Stuart McGill, and Gray Cook. In training athletes and clients, he champions the principles of the Functional Movement Screen and sound, evidence-based training principles. Some of the methodologies Charlie is formally trained in include DNS, ART, Dry Needling, Graston, FMS/SFMA, and the RKC.
Aside from working with patients, athletes and clients, he is also under the bar himself. In 2007, he achieved AAPF Elite status in the 220 weight class with a total of 1915 pounds. His best powerlifting competition total is 800 squat, 510 bench press and 605 deadlift.
Currently Charlie is training and rehabbing clients of all types at Drive495 in Manhattan, NYC and Fit For Life in Marlboro, NJ. Charlie often teaches and speaks internationally and consults regularly with Nike, the Roddick-Lavalle Tennis Academy, Perform Better, and Equinox Fitness Clubs.
Charlie lives with his wife, Kristen, and dog, Rumble, in NJ. You’re welcome to email him at email@example.com with questions for the Q&A section, to offer a comment, or to discuss a potential workshop at your facility.
The Boston Sports Medicine and Performance Group is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. Certified Athletic Trainers are responsible for claiming only those hours actually spent participating in the CE activity.
This course will be awarded 13 hours of continuing education.
BOC Provider Number P8108
Provider Number J1000
13 Hours of Continuing Education awarded through the NSCA