ACL INJURY PREVENTION
Protect your athletes. As coaches, we have a duty of care to our athletes. And most ACL injuries are avoidable. Double down on that commitment with this course.
If you're a coach, mentor, medical professional or parent, you'll learn the tried and true methods behind injury prevention in these 13 lessons.
You'll get a playbook, strength accessory training, assessment protocols, risk reduction strategies and all of Power Athlete's knowledge to combat the threat of ACL injury.
"After years of working and studying in the field, this course has bridged a needed gap from knowledge to application. It provides very practical steps for the coach who wants to help identify areas an athlete needs to address to reduce ACL injury risk. I use principles from the course in every athlete assessment I do. Hands down a good investment."
- Alex Gibson, Owner & Head Coach, APG Strength and Power Athlete Coach
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Section 1 - Injury Risk Reduction
1.1: Injury Risk Reduction
1.2: Athlete Preparation VS Injury Prevention
Section 2 - ACL Injury Mechanisms
2.1: ACL Injury Mechanisms
2.2: Athlete Assessment
Section 3 - Neuromuscular Education
3.1: Coaching Intervention
3.2: Attacking Injury Mechanisms
3.3: Applying Neuromuscular Education
Section 4 - Dynamic Movement
4.1: Enhancing Athleticism Through Dynamic Movement
4.2: Dynamic Movement Prep Anatomy
4.3: Dynamic Movement Integration
Section 5 - Programming Athlete Protection
5.1: Train Mitigating Factors
5.2: Accessory Work Programming
5.3: ACL Injury Risk Reduction
DID YOU KNOW?
THE #1 INJURY MECHANISM FOR ACL TEARS IS A WEAK TRUNK & BACK
Weak trunks and back problems can put an end to athletic careers with injuries like ACL tears and other knee issues. Don't wait for the worst to happen or rely on outdated advice when it does.
Take control today with this course developed and delivered by Dr Matt Zanis: Back Health Course