Use of Aquatics for Recovery and Regeneration

December 18, 2013 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

 

Presented By:  Lance Walker, Director of Performance at Michael Johnson Performance
and Brian Abadie, Performance Specialist at Michael Johnson Performance

Recovery and Regeneration

 


The session is designed to inform the participant of how the use of aquatic therapy during recovery periods can revitalize and amplify athletic performance.

 

According to the Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies, the use of contrasting temperatures – also known as contrast therapy – has been used as a healing tool for thousands of years.  The contrast between heat and cold is believed to exert a physiological effect on the body’s pain mechanism.


In this webinar Lance and Brian will share ways to reduce soreness and enhance muscle recovery in your athletes using water therapy.  They will demonstrate how water therapy has given their athletes at Michael Johnson Performance an edge by performing recovery exercises in the pool to actively flush the body, add additional caloric ‘burn’ to the weekly microcycle and incorporate joint motion in deloaded states.


Attendees will learn how they can see better outcomes by utilizing active recovery in the water rather than passive recovery during breaks from intense training sessions in order to keep the muscles moving as they heal from exercise-induced microscopic tears.

Following this presentation viewers will be able to:

  • Increase athletic performance using aquatic therapy during recovery periods.
  • Achieve better outcomes by using active recovery vs passive recovery in the water.
  • Successfully utilize contrast therapy to reduce pain.

 

*Continuing Education (you must attend the live webinar in it's entirety):

Athletic Trainers: One CEU available for Athletic Trainers through BOC (Course ID: P3003-2001)
All Others: Certificates will be available if you wish to petition your certification agency for CEUs.

how the use of aquatic therapy during recovery periods can revitalize and amplify athletic performance.
According to the Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies, the use of contrasting temperatures – also known as contrast therapy – has been used as a healing tool for thousands of years.  The contrast between heat and cold is believed to exert a physiological effect on the body’s pain mechanism.
In this webinar Lance and Lindsey will share ways to reduce soreness and enhance muscle recovery in your athletes using water therapy.  They will demonstrate how water therapy has given their athletes at Michael Johnson Performance an edge by performing  recovery exercises in the pool to actively flush the body, add additional caloric ‘burn’ to the weekly microcycle, and incorporate joint motion in deloaded states.
Attendees will learn how they can see better outcomes by utilizing active recovery in the water rather than passive recovery during breaks from intense training sessions in order to keep the muscles moving as they heal from exercise-induced microscopic tears.

*Continuing Education (you must attend the live webinar in it's entirety):

Athletic Trainers: One CEU available for Athletic Trainers through BOC (Course ID: P3003-2000)
All Others: Certificates will be available if you wish to petition your certification agency for CEUs.

P3003-2001

What Past Webinar Attendees are Saying:

 

The presenters did an excellent job of explaining the rationale for the exercises. This
was an interesting look at how to develop speed both on land and in the water.”

 - P.S. (webinar previously attended: "Use of Aquatics for Improving Linear Speed Mechanics", May 21,2013 presented by Lance Walker )

 

 

"Thank you for sharing this information.  It is "value added" to the use of our HydroWorx pool!"

- J.M. (webinar previously attended: "Use of Aquatics for Improving Linear Speed Mechanics", May 21,2013 presented by Lance Walker )

Thank you for sharing this information.  It is "value added" to the use of our Hydroworx pool!
(webinar previously attended: "Use of Aquatics for Improving Linear Speed Mechanics", May 21,2013 presented by Lance Walker )

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SPEAKER BIO:

Lance Walker is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) and a Registered Physical Therapist in the state of Texas. He previously served as Director of Performance Training at Integrated Athletic Development responsible for the training and/or physical rehabilitation needs of over 50 active professional athletes from the NBA, NFL, MLB, PGA, CBA, and CFL. Lance served three seasons as Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach with the Dallas Cowboys. Lance brings an extensive background in strength and conditioning and sports medicine at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels. Prior to joining the Dallas Cowboys, Lance held performance trainer positions at the University of Oklahoma and the Casady School (OK), where he worked directly with athletes across many sports, including football, basketball, track, golf, gymnastics, and wrestling, among others. A 1993 graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, Lance earned three varsity football letters and attained Academic All-Big 8 honors as a receiver. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma and a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Oklahoma. A well-recognized authority in his field, Lance has contributed to over 10 professional publications in sport science and presented at over 15 national conferences.

 

Brian Abadie is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) and a Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM). Prior to joining MJP, Brian served as a Performance Coach and the Director of Basketball training at Accelerated Performance Enhancement Center (APEC). At APEC, he implemented and helped design training programs for all athletes. While at APEC, Brian was also active in training and implementing workouts for the Trinity Valley Community College women's basketball team in Athens, TX. Brian spent one year at Montana State University where he started his Master's degree in Health and Human Development. He spent time working in the Montana State athletic weight room where he assisted with all sports, as well as individual skills work with the basketball team. Brian received his undergraduate degree in Communications from Texas Christian University, where he was also a part of the TCU men's basketball team for a year and a half.