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Endurance Training for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete

Presented by Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA

Endurance Training for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete

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Endurance Training for the Recreational and Competitive GeriAthlete

Description

In this presentation, we will cover the latest information about improving your older athletes' competitive and recreational endurance in sport and avocation. We’ll debunk the myths of age-related performance and teach you to individualize the science of dosage, recovery, and prescription so you can
help these athletes achieve success in swimming, running, cycling, or other modalities.

Instructor

Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA

Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS, CEEAA, CWT, CSST, FAPTA, received his physical therapy degree from the University of Missouri–Columbia in 1991. He received his postprofessional MHS degree in physical therapy with neurologic emphasis from the University of Indianapolis. He has…

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Accreditation

Requirements

To receive CEU credit all disciplines must attend the webinar for the full duration, complete the quiz with a minimum score of 70%, and complete the participant survey.

"Live" CEUs

Even if this webinar is accredited for your discipline and location, it may not count as a “Live” CEU. View our list of governing bodies that count our accredited webinars as “Live” CEUs.

"Live" CEUs

Approved Status applies to “Live” requirement for:

PT/PTA

AR, DC, FL, IL, IN, KY, NE, NJ, NC, OK, TN, TX, VA

OT/OTA

DE, FL, KS, NY, TN, AOTA

AT

BOC, FL

SLP

CA, CT, ME, MS, ASHA

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How to Prepare

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify three myths regarding endurance in aging
  2. List three interventions with an evidence-backed basis for improving endurance in individuals over 50 years of age
  3. Determine references supporting physiologic rationales for the recent trends in endurance records for swimming and distance running
  4. Identify three of the most common injuries experienced in endurance GeriAthlete training
  5. Identify three age-specific considerations for the competitive GeriAthlete

Agenda

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5:00 PM5:25 PM
Myths of Competitive Endurance Training With Age
5:25 PM5:40 PM
The Physiology of Performance in Endurance With Aging
5:40 PM6:15 PM
Competitive Endurance Training Across Normal, Aging, and Pathologic Conditions
6:15 PM6:25 PM
Break
6:25 PM6:55 PM
Incorporating Strength With Aging Endurance Athletes
6:55 PM7:10 PM
Applications for the Recreational Athlete
7:10 PM7:25 PM
Considerations of Competition
7:25 PM7:40 PM
Injury Prevention With Endurance Training
7:40 PM7:45 PM
Break
7:45 PM8:15 PM
Question and Answer Session

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