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Clinics

DEER PARK HIGH SCHOOL
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACHES CLINIC
PRESENTED BY
Hammer Strength

When:

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Costs:

  • Early Registration - Ends January 12th: $55/$30 each additional staff member
  • Regular Registration - After January 12th: $65/$40 each additional staff member

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Where:

Deer Park High School
710 W. San Augustine
Deer Park, TX 77536

Hotel Accommodations:

Hampton Inn
1450 Center Street
Deer Park, TX 77536
(281) 930-9091
Special Clinic Rate TBA

Tentative Schedule:

7:00 Registration Opens
7:55 Welcome / Opening Remarks
8:00 Bryan Kegans - Fulshear Movement School - Fulshear High School
9:00 Ryan Tedford - Rice University: Training with a Purpose
10:00 Loren Landow - Landow Performance Movement Mastery: Getting from Point A to Point B
11:00 Jame Krumpos - Strategies for Effectively Training Female Athletes - University of Arizona
12:00 Lunch (Provided)
1:00 From the Floor Presentations
1:00 – 1:15 - Bryan Kegans
1:15 – 1:30 - TBA
1:30 – 1:45 - Loren Landow
1:45 – 2:00 - James Krumpos
2:00 Closing Remarks

2018 Speakers

Bryan Kegans

Bryan Kegans is currently the Assistant Head Football Coach and Director of Strength and Conditioning at Fulshear High School in Fulshear, TX. His career started in Denton, TX where he was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at John H. Guyer High School from 2008-2013. While also in Denton, Coach Kegans was the first Strength and Conditioning Coach for Texas Women's University Basketball Team from 2011-2013. After one season as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Texas he return to Guyer High School before ultimately making the move to Fulshear, TX. He currently holds certifications with the NSCA, USAW, and NASM.

Through 12 years of coaching High School, College, and Professional athletes Coach Kegans firmly believes that coaches at the high school level are critical to an athlete's growth and development.

Coach Kegans played Offensive Line at Texas Tech University from 2001-2005 and graduated in 2005 with a degree in Spanish. In 2010 he graduated from A.T. Still University with a Masters Degree in Human Movement and a Specialized in Sports Performance. Throughout his playing and coaching career he has had the honor winning 4 Texas Football State Championships and 3 consecutive bowl games while at Texas Tech University.

Coach Kegans is married to JoAnna Kegans and they are the proud parents of their son Kelly Kegans.

To keep up with Coach Kegans and Fulshear Football you can follow him on Twitter @kegans2 or email him at bryan.kegans@lcisd.org.

Loren Landow

Coach Landow is highly sought after for his ability to analyze and correct biomechanics. His goal is to maximize human performance, while decreasing the likelihood of injury. He has trained thousands of athletes of all ages and abilities, including over 700 professional athletes in the NFL, NHL, MLB, UFC, WNBA and Olympic medalist.

Coach Landow has worked with over 70 NFL All-Pro's and over 20 first round draft selections in the NFL. He has been a National and International presenter for the leading organizations in the performance field, and also serves as a consultant for many professional and collegiate teams across the country. Coach Landow developed the ACL prevention program and the ACL return to sport protocols for the world-renowned Steadman Hawkins Clinic-Denver. He currently is the owner and director of Landow Performance.

Coach Landow serves on the Board of Directors for the Exercise Science Program at Metro State University and also the Board for the Master's program for Setanta College in Ireland. He also serves as the Sports Performance Director for Elite Sports University, an online education website.

Coach Landow is the author of two books, My Off-Season with the Denver Broncos: Building a Championship Team (While Nobody's Watching) and also Ultimate Conditioning for Martial Arts.

James Krumpos

Jim Krumpos is in his third stint with the strength and conditioning staff at Arizona and currently serves as the Assistant Athletic Director for Performance Enhancement/Director of Olympic Sports. He works with the Wildcats baseball, volleyball, soccer and diving programs. In his role, Krumpos designs and implements year-round workouts, focusing on strength, speed, agility, explosiveness, balance and conditioning. He produces sport-specific programs that include technique instruction, testing and evaluating, in addition to reconditioning injured student-athletes in conjunction with the sports medicine staff. In addition to his time at the University of Arizona Jim has also worked at the University of Miami and was the head strength coach at Cal State Fullerton. His current certifications include P.I.C.P. strength and conditioning specialist level two, N.S.C.A. certified strength and conditioning specialist, USAW club coach, N.A.S.M performance enhancement specialist, N.A.S.M corrective exercise specialist, N.A.S.E specialist in speed and explosion, a level three fascial stretch specialist, fascial distortion therapist and is SCCC certified

Ryan Tedford

Ryan Tedford is in his second year with the Owls as their Strength & Conditioning Coach.

Tedford came to Rice in the summer of 2016 after spending the last four years at the University of Virginia, including the last two as the Cavaliers Director of Football Training and Player Development.

A four-year letterman in football at Sam Houston State in Huntsville, Tedford graduated from the school in 1995 and began his career as a graduate assistant at Texas from 1995-97, earning his master's degree in kinesiology in 1998. While in Austin, he also served an internship with the NFL's Los Angeles Rams.

He directed strength and conditioning efforts for all 16 sports at Kent State from 1996-2006 and then returned home in 2006, serving as the head strength and conditioning coach at McKinney (TX) North High School.

Tedford returned to the collegiate ranks in 2011 when he joined the Virginia football strength and conditioning staff and was promoted to Director in 2014.

He is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a sports performance coach certified through USA Weightlifting.


NSCA CEU Approved

NSCA CEU’s: TBD

cscc

CSCCA CEU’s: TBD


Download:


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  • Image Maker
  • Perform
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  • SILVER LEVEL
    PARTNERS

  • Riddell
  • Strength Tracker
  • Rocken Refuel

The Summer Training Program is voluntary and does not guarantee a position or place on a team.
Refunds will not be granted for failure to attend.

Doug Bull - Strength and Conditioning Coordinator

710 W. San Augustine
Deer Park, TX 77536

Phone: (832)-668-7243

Email: dbull@dpisd.org

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