Strength & Power Development for Gymnastsby Perfect 10.0 PT
STRENGTH and POWER are the key ingredient to a CHAMPION!
Without strength and power it is impossible to get optimal performance to execute and stick skills in gymnastics. This course will help you develop your strength and power and take your performance to the next level.
Learn how to:
- Produce, transfer, and absorb forces more efficiently
- Increase strength & power
- Increase amplitude
- Learn to consistently stick
- Increase performance
- Prevent injuries by learning how to take off and land efficiently
This video will help you empower and inspire your athletes to find their inner power, fly high, stick, and score big all while cultivating empowerment and joy!
Brandi is a biomechanics, functional, and sport movement specialist.
Brandi is changing the culture of gymnastics by giving coaches direction, athletes a voice, medical providers insight, and parents a choice. Creating a world of people full of dedication, desire, determination, perseverance, strength, inner will, physical abilities, health, wellness, awareness of their body and emotions, inner confidence and courage to speak up for themselves.
* USA Gymnastics Sports Science Educator and Medical Provider
* Two Time USAG Collegiate National Champion gymnast for Texas Woman's University
* B.S. in Kinesiology at Texas Women's University
* M.S. in Physical Therapy at Texas State University
* Fellowship trained orthopedic manual physical therapist
* Board certified orthopedic specialist
* Founder of Perfect 10.0 Physical Therapy & Performance Training since 2008
* Medical director at USA Gymnastics National Congress since 2012
* Lecturer: Gymnastics association of Texas since 2008
Michigan State Congress since 2018
Wisconsin State Gymnastics Education since 2018
National Congress since 2011
Regional Congress: Region 1, 3, 4, 5, and 8 since 2013
* Medical staff for P&G National Championships in 2017
* Clinical Expert Contributor - United States Elite Coaching Association Journal since 2015.
Internationally Published: Examination and Physical Therapy Management of a Young Gymnast with Bilateral Wrist Pain: A Case Report. - Physical Therapy in Sport September 2017 volume 27