The ETSU Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education is proud to invite you to the 6th Annual Coaches & Sport Science College. The conference will take place October 21-22, 2011 and the UK Strength & Conditioning Accreditation will be held on October 23, 2010 at 9 am.
Friday October 21st, 2011
11-12:00pm – Registration
12-12:15pm – Introduction – Meg Stone
12:15-1:15pm – Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Training Process – Guy Hornsby
1:15-3:15pm – Acute Strategies to Improve Performances – Dr. Hugh Lamont
3:15-3:30pm – Break
3:30-6:00pm – Theory and Practical Aspects of Weightlifting Movements – Dr. Mike Stone
7:00pm – Banquet – Experiences in Developing an Olympic Venue – Mike Gattone
Saturday October 22nd, 2011
7-8:00am – Registration and Breakfast
8-8:15am – Introduction – Meg Stone
8:15-9:15am – Physiology of Sprint and Road Cycling – Dr. Mike Ramsey
9:15-10:45am – Training for Endurance and Sprint Cycling – John Graham
10:45-11:00am – Break
11-12:15pm – Overtraining – Dr. Andy Fry
12:15-1:15pm – Lunch – Sportably – Jeremy Gentles
1:15-2:15pm – Nutrition for Individual and Team Sports- Mike Israetel
2:15-5:15pm – Applying the Language of Movement - Steve Plisk
5:15-6pm – Round Table
Sunday October 23rd, 2011 9am – UKSCA Certification Exam
2011 Keynote Speakers
Meg Stone– Two-time Olympian and distinguished strength and conditioning coach. Director of the Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education.
Guy Hornsby– A second-year doctoral student at ETSU in the Sports Performance program. Guy is the strength and conditioning coach for ETSU baseball and is the co-lab supervisor for the ETSU Sport Science lab.
Dr. Hugh Lamont– Second-year faculty member in the department of KLSS and adjunct faculty in the CESSCE. His research interests are: whole body vibration to improve high performance, post activation potentiation in athletes and non-athletes and acute and chronic adaptations to resistance exercise.
Dr. Michael Stone– Professor Stone is the program coordinator for the PhD program in Sport Physiology and Performance. He is also the sports science lab coordinator. With a research interest in strength-power training and sports performance, Professor Stone was formerly the head of physiology for the USOC.
Mike Gattone– Current Manager of Team Sports for Gatorade Sports Marketing. Formerly the coaching manager for the United States Olympic Committee, Director for the Weightlifting event of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, and personal coach of Tara Nott, Olympic Gold Medalist.
Dr. Michael Ramsey– Associate Professor in the department of KLSS and adjunct faculty in the CESSCE. His interests are the cardiovascular adaptations to exercise and sport performance. Dr. Ramsey is the undergraduate coordinator in the exercise and sport science program.
John Graham– Presently the Director of community and corporate fitness with Lehigh Valley Hospital & Health Network in Allentown Penn. He is a fellow of the NSCA and President of Power Agility & Speed. Member of the NSCA certification board and an associate editor of the NSCA Journal.
Dr. Andy Fry– Chair and Professor in the department of Health, Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Kansas as well as the Director of Research for the Research and Coaching Performance team. NSCA 2005 outstanding Sport Scientist of the year award.
Michael Israetel –Originally from Moscow, Russia, received his bachelor’s in Movement Science from U of M and his master’s of Exercise Science at ASU. His doctoral studies are being done at ETSU in Sport Physiology.
Steve Plisk– The Director/ Proprietor of Excelsior Sports. Former Director of Sports Conditioning and worked and coordinated with football and all intercollegiate sports at Yale University, University of Memphis, U.S. Olympic Training Center and James Madison University.
The Center of Excellence for Sport Science and Coach Education (CESSCE) will be hosting posters for its Sixth Annual Coaches College. The subject matter must deal directly or indirectly with the enhancement of competitive athletes. Posters can deal with advances in coaching, coaching methods, or biomechanical, psychological, physiological or sports medicine aspects. The deadline for acceptance is September 23th, 2011, (no exceptions).
Awards will be given in the following categories:
1st place – $150
2nd place – $75
1st place – $150
2nd place – $75
Outstanding Student Poster- $150
For more information about the call for papers call (423) 439-5796 or (423) 439-4375.
The conference will be held at the Millennium Centre (http://www.millctr.com) which is located directly behind the Carnegie Hotel.