LT 004 | Dr. Tyler Page – Building a Complete Program for the Junior Rower
Dr. Tyler Page is the owner and director of Page Chiropractic and Sports Rehab. His multi-disciplinary clinic emphasizes integrative care, functional rehabilitation and sports conditioning. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Syracuse University in 2006, Tyler went on to graduate from the New York Chiropractic College in 2010.
Dr. Page also holds a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification through the NSCA. Dr. Page blends a competitor’s and clinicians understanding of the sport of rowing and its biomechanical demands the body. He shares this knowledge as an Instructor at the Institute of Rowling Leadership at CRI where for the past 4 years he has taught Biomechanics and Applied Sports Medicine. He lives in Niantic, CT with his wife Erica, his daughter Isla and son Finn.
Here is what you will learn in this episode:
- Tyler’s background as a rower and how his experiences led him to becoming a doctor.
- Building a toolbox to help clients and athletes
- Taking an evidence based approach
- The gap between performance and injury prevention in rowing
- Tissue capacity vs. tissue tolerance
- Building a complete training program
- Biggest mistakes coaches make in regards to their training programs
- What is tissue?
- Posture & its role in endurance
- Junior rowing athlete considerations
- How the Central Nervous System effects training and adaptation
- Grooving the neuromuscular connection
- Improving quality of movement outside of the boat
- Dr. Page’s go to exercise on land to strength train
- and much more!
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