The ASCA Strength and Conditioning
September 18th & 19th, LIVE in Orlando Florida
Created In Partnership With: Charlie Hoolihan
Swimming Strength and Conditioning: A Comprehensive Course in Dryland Training
Introduction - Swimming provides a unique set of athletic and fitness circumstances requiring a basic understanding of biomechanics, exercise science, force production and swimming technique. While there are principles of strength and conditioning universal to all fitness and athletic endeavors, swimming requires a special contextual application of those principles.
This course is designed to establish a unified research-based set of training principles and techniques which will enable swim programs to develop their athletes in a more systematic and scientific fashion.
Content consists of diverse topics covering the basic movement-based principles of strength and conditioning, successful dryland programming for any age and ability, strength training for older, more experienced swimmers and finally recovery, flexibility and mobility training.
Participants can also take part in the techniques of strength training in hands-on workshops to develop a practical understanding of instruction.
Program - The 8-hour program will be broken-down into four modules which can be taken as a comprehensive course on swimming strength and conditioning training
About the Instructor
With over 35 years experience Charlie helps individuals maximize their strength and conditioning potential in a wide variety of training situations regardless of age, ability or physical limitations. Charlie is not only a multifaceted trainer but a well creditable one too. Since 2005, he has presented a wide variety of topics for five national fitness and athletic training organizations and written numerous articles for three different national fitness trade journals.
Prior to his health and fitness career, Charlie was an accomplished swimming coach working with all age groups from beginner eight and unders to collegiate and nationally ranked swimmers. He attributes much of his coaching success to an extensive strength and conditioning program developed throughout his coaching career.