2016 Conference On-Demand Videos

Full Video Set: The 2016 NASE Conference Bundle

The NASE Conference Bundle includes the following videos:

  • Neuromechanics and Physical Capacities of Speed
  • The External Stimuli for Improving Speed in Soccer
  • Using Analytics to Guide Programming
  • The Relevancy of Devices and Training Equipment
  • The Reality of Training Speed in Division I
  • Practical Acceleration Solutions for Coaches
  • The Role of Force in Speed and Agility

Neuromechanics and Physical Capacities of Speed

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About Mike

Mike Young is the founder & owner of Athletic Lab. Mike is the guiding force behind Athletic Lab’s training philosophy & methodology. He oversees all training, instructor quality & staff education. A world-renowned expert in the field of speed development and conditioning for sport where he is recognized for his work in coaching the Olympic Lifts and creating specialized strength, speed and conditioning programs to help maximize the performance of any athlete. Mike has a BS in Exercise Physiology from Ohio University, an MSS in Coaching Science from Ohio University & a PhD in Biomechanics from LSU. Additionally, he has been recognized as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength & Conditioning Association, a Level 3 coach by USA Track & Field, a Level 2 coach by USA Weightlifting & a CrossFit Level 1 coach. He is on the advisory board for the Korean Weightlifting Federation and has been featured in publications ranging from the New York Times to ESPN Insider

Practical Acceleration Solutions for Coaches

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About Carl

Carl Valle has coached Track and Field at every level, from high school to the Olympic level in the sprints and hurdles. He has had the privilege of working with great athletes that have been All-American and school record holders. A technology professional, Coach Valle has expertise in performance data as well as an understanding for practical application of equipment and software. Carl is currently the director of innovation for InsideTracker, and focuses his time on testing elite athletes and using technology to help everyone on any level of human performance reach their goals.

The External Stimuli for Improving Speed in Soccer

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About Brian

Brian Shrum who has been coaching in Western Pennsylvania since 1995, comes to the Bluff from California University of Pennsylvania where he was the assistant strength and conditioning coach the past two seasons. He also was a volunteer assistant coach at St. Vincent’s University for the past two seasons. In addition to experience at the collegiate level, Shrum has served as assistant director of coaching and girl’s ODP director at PA West Soccer Association and Olympic developmental coach at USYSA Region One.

Additionally, Shrum led Southmoreland High School to a 107-43-8 record from 2001-09. The Scotties appeared in the WPIAL Playoffs seven times and qualified for the PIAA Championship once. Shrum graduated from California University of Pennsylvania in 2009 with a degree in sports management. He earned a master’s degree from CalU the following year in exercise science with an emphasis in sports enhancement and injury prevention. In addition to holding a USSF “A” license from the US Soccer Federation and a National Youth License from the United States Youth Soccer Association,

Shrum holds numerous exercise certifications: Performance Enhancement Specialist from National Academy of Sports Medicine, Certified Speed and Explosion Specialist from National Academy Speed and Explosion and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Using Analytics to Guide Programming

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About Josh

Josh Miller is the assistant strength and conditioning coach at The College of William and Mary. He works with the Tribe’s field hockey, lacrosse, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, track & field and cross country teams. Additionally, he serves as the first assistant to football. He possesses USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach certification, while also owning NASM – Performance Enhancement Specialist and NASE – Speed and Explosion Specialist certifications.

He is currently working towards his CSCCa – SCCC. During his time with the Tribe, he has helped W&M programs earn three CAA Championships, including the first men’s swimming title in school history. Miller was a scholarship baseball player at California University of Pennsylvania, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in sports management in 2010. He earned his master’s degree in performance enhancement and injury prevention from California (Pa.) as well.

While earning his master’s degree, he worked as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at California (Pa.) in 2011. Miller served as the head performance coach at Tidewater Physical Therapy in 2012 and 2013, while also serving as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at W&M in 2013.

The Relevancy of Devices and Training Equipment

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About Tudor

Tudor Bompa is often regarded as the father of periodization theory, a training system developed by the Soviets that emphasised on variable loads for optimal performance throughout the year rather than maintaining a constant training focus. Bompa’s training theory was a summary of periodization basics laid out by L.P. Matveev and others in his early (and unfortunately only) English published Theory and Methodology of Training. Bompa’s understanding of periodization has been passed from the Eastern Bloc to the Americas in a bit incomplete and sometimes inaccurate interpretation.

As a coach, Dr. Bompa trained 11 medalists in various Olympics (2 gold medals) and World championships in 2 sport disciplines: track and field and rowing. He was himself an Olympic rower, and he later revolutionized the training concepts in cross country skiing. Currently, Bompa is a Professor Emeritus at York University in Toronto.

The Reality of Training Speed in Division I

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About Todd

Todd Hamer is the head strength and conditioning coach at Robert Morris. Hamer is responsible for designing and implementing programs for each of RMU’s 16 Division I intercollegiate sports. Named head strength and conditioning coach in May of 2007, Hamer came to RMU from George Mason University, where he served in the same capacity since 2004. At George Mason, Hamer was responsible for the women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, baseball, women’s soccer, softball and women’s track and field teams. A graduate of Penn State with a Bachelor of Science degree, Hamer received a master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to George Mason, Hamer was the head strength and conditioning coach at Marist College from 2002 to 2004.

He worked with each of the 23 intercollegiate programs for the Red Foxes and was also responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Marist College Fitness Center. Before taking the position at Marist, Hamer was an assistant strength & conditioning coach at The Citadel in Charlestown, South Carolina. In August of 2001, Hamer worked as a graduate assistant for Virginia Commonwealth University. At VCU, he worked with soccer, field hockey, track and field and volleyball in all aspects of strength and conditioning. He also assisted in the design of a new 5,500-square foot weight room at VCU.

A native of Moon Township, Pa., Hamer is a competitive powerlifter and competed in the International Powerlifting Association National Championships in 2002. He continues to compete and won the 2001 USAPL Virginia State Championship. In addition, he is a competitive member of the International Power Lifting Association. His best lifts are 545 pounds for squat, 425 pounds for bench and 540 pounds for deadlift. He is a regular presenter for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

The Role of Force in Speed and Agility

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About Tudor

Tudor Bompa is often regarded as the father of periodization theory, a training system developed by the Soviets that emphasised on variable loads for optimal performance throughout the year rather than maintaining a constant training focus. Bompa’s training theory was a summary of periodization basics laid out by L.P. Matveev and others in his early (and unfortunately only) English published Theory and Methodology of Training. Bompa’s understanding of periodization has been passed from the Eastern Bloc to the Americas in a bit incomplete and sometimes inaccurate interpretation.

As a coach, Dr. Bompa trained 11 medalists in various Olympics (2 gold medals) and World championships in 2 sport disciplines: track and field and rowing. He was himself an Olympic rower, and he later revolutionized the training concepts in cross country skiing. Currently, Bompa is a Professor Emeritus at York University in Toronto.