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Sit in on my Cressey Performance Staff In-Service for Free

Written on January 11, 2012 at 3:04 pm, by Eric Cressey

I’m psyched to announce that today, we begin the “pre-launch” phase of a project – Elite Training Mentorship – that has me very excited.

I’m collaborating with Mike Robertson, Dave Schmitz, BJ Gaddour, and Pat Rigsby to create a virtual mentorship program for trainers and coaches.  We’ll be filming staff in-services on various topics, going over sample programs, providing coaching tutorials, and doing Q&A.  All of us come from different backgrounds and bring unique specialties to the table, so it’s excited to think about what we’ll be creating with this online resource.

We don’t officially launch the program for a few weeks, but in the meantime, as a little sample of what’s to come, I want to encourage you to check out a recent staff in-service I delivered at Cressey Performance on the topic of lower-extremity assessment.  You can get access to it HERE.

I’m confident that this collaboration will become a resource that really helps to advance the industry, and we’ll be using the next few days to highlight some of the expertise that will help it do just that.  So, stay tuned – but for now, don’t miss out on a chance to check out this lower-extremity assessment video at no charge.

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5 Responses to “Sit in on my Cressey Performance Staff In-Service for Free”

  1. david Says:

    very cool

  2. Tim Peirce Says:

    Excellent Eric. I’m not just saying this, but you are the most intelligent trainer I’ve ever heard. This program is going to be a true educational experience.

  3. F.A. Says:

    Just going through the first little bit of this. Eric, you are a FREAKIN BAWS. Thanks for this video

  4. Chris Says:

    They say the Adduction Lift Test is the most important PRI test. Do you use it? If no, why not?

  5. Lauren Says:

    Awesome video Eric. It was hard to hear you though, and you were talking a little fast, just fyi. Otherwise, great information, thanks for putting it up for us readers to enjoy.

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