Chad Landers, Pete McCall

“Stay Competitive for Life!” In this round table, performance training specialists Dr. Jay Dawes. Chad Landers, Pete McCall and Mark Roozen discuss staying competitive in sports and remaining active for life. Topics discussed, include: adjusting program design to optimize results, recovery from training, and strategies for maintaining performance as we age.

Learning Objectives:

  • Staying active and competitive
  • Making adjustments
  • Getting in better shape
  • Using technology





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