Head AND Neck Training Specialist Certification

Head & Neck Training Specialist Certification
Preparing and Protecting Your Athletes During Competition
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Strengthening the head, neck and surrounding cervical structures is the ONLY organic contingency within our control to prepare individuals to withstand potentially injurious forces.

PRIORITY ONE
The most important goal of the strength and conditioning professional is to PRUDENTLY PREPARE the individuals for the rigors of the task. As such, given the catastrophic consequences of a cervical spine and traumatic brain injury, the strengthening of the head, neck and surrounding muscular structures of the cervical spine MUST be considered PRIORITY ONE in the prescription and design of exercise routines. Two Day Concussion Reduction Methodology Seminar – Learn the skills and knowledge to prepare and protect your athletes from concussive and sub concussive forces. Evidence based, proactive, hands-on instruction taught by experienced professionals and expert practitioners. NSCA Approved CEU’s.

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Dr. Ralph Cornwell Jr.                                                                                  Mark Asanovich MA Mark Asanovich

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http://www.concussionpreventionprotocol.com

Head & Neck Training Specialist Certification

Preparing and Protecting Your Athletes During Competition

CNSI-1

Strengthening the head, neck and surrounding cervical structures is the ONLY organic contingency within our control to prepare individuals to withstand potentially injurious forces.

PRIORITY ONE
The most important goal of the strength and conditioning professional is to PRUDENTLY PREPARE the individuals for the rigors of the task. As such, given the catastrophic consequences of a cervical spine and traumatic brain injury, the strengthening of the head, neck and surrounding muscular structures of the cervical spine MUST be considered PRIORITY ONE in the prescription and design of exercise routines.Day Concussion Reduction Methodology Seminar – Learn the skills and knowledge to prepare and protect your athletes from concussive and sub concussive forces. Evidence based, proactive, hands-on instruction taught by experienced professionals and expert practitioners. NSCA Approved CEU’s.

ralph 1 Dr Ralph Cornwell JrMark Asanovich MA

 

http://www.concussionpreventionprotocol.com

For more information visit us at http://www.concussionpreventionprotocol.com

– See more at: http://www.mycoachbook.com/profiles/blogs/head-neck-training-specialist-certification#sthash.VjDjiDsQ.dpuf

Head & Neck Training Specialist Certification

Preparing and Protecting Your Athletes During Competition

CNSI-1

Strengthening the head, neck and surrounding cervical structures is the ONLY organic contingency within our control to prepare individuals to withstand potentially injurious forces.

PRIORITY ONE
The most important goal of the strength and conditioning professional is to PRUDENTLY PREPARE the individuals for the rigors of the task. As such, given the catastrophic consequences of a cervical spine and traumatic brain injury, the strengthening of the head, neck and surrounding muscular structures of the cervical spine MUST be considered PRIORITY ONE in the prescription and design of exercise routines.Day Concussion Reduction Methodology Seminar – Learn the skills and knowledge to prepare and protect your athletes from concussive and sub concussive forces. Evidence based, proactive, hands-on instruction taught by experienced professionals and expert practitioners. NSCA Approved CEU’s.

ralph 1 Dr Ralph Cornwell JrMark Asanovich MA

 

http://www.concussionpreventionprotocol.com

For more information visit us at http://www.concussionpreventionprotocol.com

– See more at: http://www.mycoachbook.com/profiles/blogs/head-neck-training-specialist-certification#sthash.VjDjiDsQ.dpuf

Head & Neck Training Specialist Certification
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