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Register Now for the 8th Annual Cressey Sports Performance Fall Seminar!

Written on July 16, 2019 at 2:20 pm, by Eric Cressey

We’re very excited to announce that on Saturday-Sunday, September 21-22, we’ll be hosting our eighth annual fall seminar at Cressey Sports Performance. As was the case with our extremely popular fall event over the past seven years, this event will showcase the great staff we’re fortunate to have as part of our team. Also like last year, we want to make this an affordable event for everyone and create a great forum for industry professionals and fitness enthusiasts alike to interact, exchange ideas, and learn. We’re happy to have Perform Better as our official sponsor again this year as well.

Here are the presentation topics:

Guest Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Goodman — Online Training: The 3 Frameworks You Must Have to Get Started with this Massive Opportunity

If you think that you’re competing, then you’ve already lost. In this presentation, you will learn the core truths guaranteed to get you online fitness clients, and get them amazing results. Battle-tested over 6 years with 10,000+ coaches in 83 countries, you’ll be introduced to the 3 foundational frameworks every highly effective (and wealthy) online coach must have.

Eric Cressey — Spine-Sparing Training Strategies

Not all spines are the same, so not all programming and coaching strategies are universally applicable across all populations. Eric delves into the lessons he’s learned with training rotational sport athletes, strength sport competitors, and general fitness clients alike over the years – all while picking heavy stuff up off the floor over and over again himself over 15 years of powerlifting training.

Pete Dupuis — Fine-Tuning the Semi-Private Training Model

The semi-private training concept has gone mainstream in the fitness space since CSP first opened its doors in the summer of 2007. Now that this format has infiltrated a considerable chunk of the industry, it’s time to talk about how to clean up your delivery and execution of the model. In this presentation, Pete will highlight common misconceptions about semi-private training, potential pitfalls in the process, and how to best position the service in the minds of your consumers.

Andrew Lysy — Psychology of Coaching

The relationship between the coach and the athlete is a vital aspect of training. Without trust, understanding and learning can be a very bumpy road. In this discussion, Andrew will cover ways to gain your athlete/client’s trust, and, in turn, strategies for relationship building to help facilitate short- and long-term success for the athlete.

Andrew Millett — Making Sense of ACL Rehab

In his presentation, Cressey Sports Performance on-site physical therapist Andrew Millett will go into detail about what to do with the athlete recovering from an ACL reconstruction. He has worked with countless athletes who have recovered and returned to their respective sport following ACL reconstruction. Emphasis will be placed not only the early stages of rehab, but also the progression through the rehab, strength and conditioning, plyometrics and return to sport.

Cole Russo — Applied Principles of Plyometrics

Plyometrics are recognized for their ability to improve performance and decrease the risk for injury. Cole will talk about how to translate the principles into application; in other words, how to bring the stretch-shortening cycle to life! The presentation will feature a review of the literature, guidelines for prescription, and coaching plyometrics. The second portion of the presentation will be a practical, featuring live demonstrations.

Drew Cobin –Embracing the Basics: A Fundamental Approach to Strength Training

In this presentation, Drew will illustrate a clear and concise ground-up and task-related approach to coaching resistance training that can be found day in and day out on the gym floor of Cressey Sports Performance. He’ll then demonstrate how to communicate more effectively to deliver your message to clients of varying fitness levels and goals. Attendees can expect to walk away with a simple fundamental approach to coaching resistance training that can help make things easier on the client and the coach.

**Bonus 2:30-5:30PM Saturday Session**

John O’Neil and Kyle Driscoll — Inside CSP’s Programming Philosophy

In this presentation, John and Kyle take a deep dive into the most common overarching programming concepts used at CSP, with a specific focus on power training. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions and participate, as this will be an interactive, discussion-based portion of the seminar.


Cressey Sports Performance
577 Main St.
Suite 310
Hudson, MA 01749


Regular Rate $159.99

Student Rate $129.99


Sunday, September 22, 2019
Registration 8:30AM
Seminar 9AM-5PM

**Bonus session Saturday, September 21, 2:30-5:30pm

Continuing Education

We’ve been approved for 0.9 National Strength and Conditioning Association CEUs (9 contact hours).

Click Here to Sign-up (Regular)


Click Here to Sign-up (Students)

We’re really excited about this event, and would love to have you join us! However, space is limited and most seminars we’ve hosted in the past have sold out quickly, so don’t delay on signing up!

If you have additional questions, please direct them to cspmass@gmail.com. Looking forward to seeing you there!

PS – If you’re looking for hotel information, The Extended Stay America in Marlborough, MA offers our clients a heavily discounted nightly rate. Just mention “Cressey” during the booking process in order to secure the discount. Their booking phone number is 508-490-9911.

  • Avoid the most common deadlifting mistakes
  • 9 - minute instructional video
  • 3 part follow up series