Sunday Dec. 6th 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Racine, WI – Horlick High School Fitness Center
2119 Rapids Drive 53404
Additional Details: Enter through the doors at the back south-east corner of the building. Once inside the building, walk down the hallway until you see a doorway on your right with a sign for the course.
$295 per person, not negotiable but worth it. Have your current USAPL number available when you register.
Its’ the only way to lock in your spot. No walk-ins or spectators.
Registration Deadline: 11/19/15
Instructor: Josh Rohr of Atlanta, GA
Earn 0.5 NSCA CEU’s! More details.
Club Coach (USAPL-CC): coaching novice to state level lifters, club team coach
- Basic human anatomy and physiology
- Biomechanical aspects of human movement
- Exercise descriptions and movement performance
- Rules of performance (squat, bench press, deadlift)
- Basic review of USAPL & IPF Technical Rules
- Methodology, principles, and theories of meet preparation and strength training
- Evaluation of performance
Senior National Coach (USAPL-SNC): coaching state to national level lifters, national team coach, and assistant coach at international events
- All topics listed for Club Coach
- More thorough review of USAPL & IPF Technical Rules
- National team and meet management & strategy
- Advanced meet preparation and training
- Roles and responsibilities of an assistant coach at international events
Senior International Coach (USAPL-SIC): coaching national to international level lifters and teams, international team assistant & head coach.
*In order to sit for the USAPL-SIC exam you must have served as an assistant coach on a national team competing abroad.*
- All topics listed for Club & Senior National Coach
- Intense examination and review of USAPL & IPF Technical Rules
- Drug testing parameters and protocol
- International team and meet management & strategy
- Roles and responsibilities of the head and assistant coaches at international events
Meal is not included. There will be a pre-order opportunity once the minimum of ten slots is filled. More details to come on this.