(East Los Angeles, CA)[From The Editor’s Desk]: The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that they will be hosting their much-awaited and highly popular Strength & Conditioning Symposium presented by Gatorade in January. This will be the first time they are hosting the event at Dodger Stadium.
If you are presently involved in sports-based training programs, or you are a strength and conditioning coach, or a student, and want to learn more specific information about the athletic development and performance of athletes who have desires to compete at the Major League Baseball level, then this could be highly beneficial in expanding your knowledge, skills, and abilities base. The current uses of new and advanced technologies will also be covered for all who enroll in the 2-day event.
Learn more details and how you can register for this outstanding event in the press announcement found below.
DODGERS TO HOST 3rd STRENGTH & CONDITIONING SYMPOSIUM
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers will be hosting their third Strength and Conditioning Symposium on January 20 and 21 at Dodger Stadium. Strength, conditioning, and baseball coaches, as well as students in the field of Human Health & Performance, are invited to learn from the Dodgers’ award-winning Strength and Conditioning staff during the two-day event.
Participants will get an inside look at the Dodgers’ Philosophy of Athletic Development, training and continued development of the physical aspects needed to perform at the highest level of baseball. The symposium is led by Dodger Vice President of Player Performance Brandon McDaniel and his staff as they will provide insight into the Dodgers’ use movement analysis, technology, and performance. The event will be hosted at Dodger Stadium for the first year since its inception in 2020, as the Dodgers will have a mix of classroom, active participation, and access to unique Dodgers’ training facilities.
Additionally, Dr. Greg Rose, co-founder at Titleist Performance Institute, will serve as the keynote speaker for the event. A co-founder of TPI, Dr. Rose has helped pioneer the field of analyzing 3-dimensional motion capture models of the golf swing by combining an engineering background with an expertise on the human body.
“We are excited to be hosting our annual symposium,” said Dodger Director of Athletic Development and Performance Science Brandon McDaniel. “This gives a chance for our talented staff to be able to share their knowledge and passion with other talented members of our field. This year we are excited to welcome Dr. Greg Rose to present over the weekend as well.”
Registration and travel information, a list of presenters and the agenda can be found at Dodgers.com/Symposium.