February Conference at Pure Performance: The Revolution

THE REVOLUTION

February Conference at Pure Performance: The Revolution

Pure Performance will be hosting an exciting course this winter featuring some of the health and fitness industry’s most forward-thinking leaders. “The Revolution” conference will take a deep dive into anti-fragility from three separate realms: chronic stress, movement pliability, and strength and conditioning.

The featured speakers for this course are Dr. Pat Davidson, Seth Oberst, and Zac Cupples.

Pat Davidson

Pat Davidson, Ph.D, is an exercise physiologist, strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and traveling lecturer. Pat started out in the fitness world as an athlete who was looking to find any training and nutrition tool possible to make him the best he could possibly be at sports. This passion for training knowledge ultimately led Pat to pursuing a Master’s in Science in Strength and Conditioning, and a Ph.D in Exercise Physiology. Pat has worked as a Professor of Exercise Science at Springfield College and Brooklyn College, along with being the Director of Continuing Education and Training Methodology at Peak Performance in NYC.

What’s next for Pat is never a question that has an answer. He keeps his eyes and ears open to see what others are excited about. When something catches his eye, he dives in on that topic. The last few topics that have really drawn Pat’s attention have been the biomechanics principles of the Postural Restoration Institute, the findings of the Human Genome Project, the inner workings of the different regions of the brain, and the history of the anatomical changes in the evolutionary lineage of homo sapien. These topics are all amazing rabbit holes that seem to have the possibility of sending you into a limitless number of directions on related topics, and all of them continue to stoke the fire of creative drive that Pat hopes will never burn out.

At the Revolution Pat will be discussing weightroom programming specifically as it relates to building anti-fragility of the human organism.

Seth Oberst, DPT

Seth teaches people how to regulate their bodily systems. To re-take control of their own function and become more self-aware. Humans are walking ecosystems and in order to function properly we must learn how to integrate the body and the mind, something often lost in modern-day culture.

When our systems become dysregulated due to stress, our perceptions of ourselves are altered and self-regulation is lost – we no longer feel in control of our behavioral responses. Seth works with people who are experiencing symptoms such as persistent pain, fatigue, rigid movements, psychological and muscular tension, worry, poor decisions, insecurities, the list goes on and on…all due in large part to a disconnect between body and mind. Many times this disconnect occurs because of trauma and or chronic stress (whether emotional or physical).

​But with proper teaching and learning, we discover new ways of moving, doing, and being.

At the Revolution Seth will be discussing where his model fills the role of regulating the self, becoming aware and managing chronic stress to improve anti-fragility of the human organism.

Zac Cupples, DPT

Zac graduated from St. Ambrose University Doctor of Physical therapy program in 2011, completed an orthopedic residency in 2013 to attain his OCS, became a certified strength and conditioning coach that same year (CSCS), and has spent a bulk of his career studying and becoming certified in various lines of thought (Postural Restoration, FMS, SFMA, Dry Needling, Precision Nutrition, Certified Speed and Agility Coach, and many more).

Zac constantly seeks to develop a thorough understanding of how to systemically view movement, speed up your warmup time by choosing exercises that precisely attack movement limitations, and coaches exercises to perfection to enhance client and patient goals.

At the Revolution Zac will use principles of his model and context including: biomechanics, pressure regulation, and load management to improve anti-fragility of the human organism.

Course Outline:

Saturday February 9

8:00-9:00AM: Local farm-to-table breakfast provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

9:00-10:15AM: Seth Oberst

10:15-10:30AM: Break

10:30-11:45AM: Zac Cupples

11:45-1:00PM: Local farm-to-table lunch provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

1:00-2:15PM: Pat Davidson

2:15-2:30PM: Break

2:30-5:00PM: Round table Q&A

Sunday February 10

8:00-9:00AM: Local farm-to-table breakfast provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

9:00-10:15AM: Pat Davidson

10:15-10:30AM: Break

10:30-11:45AM: Zac Cupples

11:45-1:00PM: Local far- to-table lunch provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

1:00-2:15PM: Seth Oberst

2:15-2:30PM: Break

2:30-5:00PM: Round table Q&A

Get Your Tickets

For tickets, follow this link to purchase: Buy My Tickets 

This course will be a phenomenal learning experience for clinicians, coaches, athletes, and those interested in the health sciences.

We can’t wait to see you there.

THE REVOLUTION

February Conference at Pure Performance: The Revolution

Pure Performance will be hosting an exciting course this winter featuring some of the health and fitness industry’s most forward-thinking leaders. “The Revolution” conference will take a deep dive into anti-fragility from three separate realms: chronic stress, movement pliability, and strength and conditioning.

The featured speakers for this course are Dr. Pat Davidson, Seth Oberst, and Zac Cupples.

Pat Davidson

Pat Davidson, Ph.D, is an exercise physiologist, strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and traveling lecturer. Pat started out in the fitness world as an athlete who was looking to find any training and nutrition tool possible to make him the best he could possibly be at sports. This passion for training knowledge ultimately led Pat to pursuing a Master’s in Science in Strength and Conditioning, and a Ph.D in Exercise Physiology. Pat has worked as a Professor of Exercise Science at Springfield College and Brooklyn College, along with being the Director of Continuing Education and Training Methodology at Peak Performance in NYC.

What’s next for Pat is never a question that has an answer. He keeps his eyes and ears open to see what others are excited about. When something catches his eye, he dives in on that topic. The last few topics that have really drawn Pat’s attention have been the biomechanics principles of the Postural Restoration Institute, the findings of the Human Genome Project, the inner workings of the different regions of the brain, and the history of the anatomical changes in the evolutionary lineage of homo sapien. These topics are all amazing rabbit holes that seem to have the possibility of sending you into a limitless number of directions on related topics, and all of them continue to stoke the fire of creative drive that Pat hopes will never burn out.

At the Revolution Pat will be discussing weightroom programming specifically as it relates to building anti-fragility of the human organism.

Seth Oberst, DPT

Seth teaches people how to regulate their bodily systems. To re-take control of their own function and become more self-aware. Humans are walking ecosystems and in order to function properly we must learn how to integrate the body and the mind, something often lost in modern-day culture.

When our systems become dysregulated due to stress, our perceptions of ourselves are altered and self-regulation is lost – we no longer feel in control of our behavioral responses. Seth works with people who are experiencing symptoms such as persistent pain, fatigue, rigid movements, psychological and muscular tension, worry, poor decisions, insecurities, the list goes on and on…all due in large part to a disconnect between body and mind. Many times this disconnect occurs because of trauma and or chronic stress (whether emotional or physical).

​But with proper teaching and learning, we discover new ways of moving, doing, and being.

At the Revolution Seth will be discussing where his model fills the role of regulating the self, becoming aware and managing chronic stress to improve anti-fragility of the human organism.

Zac Cupples, DPT

Zac graduated from St. Ambrose University Doctor of Physical therapy program in 2011, completed an orthopedic residency in 2013 to attain his OCS, became a certified strength and conditioning coach that same year (CSCS), and has spent a bulk of his career studying and becoming certified in various lines of thought (Postural Restoration, FMS, SFMA, Dry Needling, Precision Nutrition, Certified Speed and Agility Coach, and many more).

Zac constantly seeks to develop a thorough understanding of how to systemically view movement, speed up your warmup time by choosing exercises that precisely attack movement limitations, and coaches exercises to perfection to enhance client and patient goals.

At the Revolution Zac will use principles of his model and context including: biomechanics, pressure regulation, and load management to improve anti-fragility of the human organism.

Course Outline:

Saturday February 9

8:00-9:00AM: Local farm-to-table breakfast provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

9:00-10:15AM: Seth Oberst

10:15-10:30AM: Break

10:30-11:45AM: Zac Cupples

11:45-1:00PM: Local farm-to-table lunch provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

1:00-2:15PM: Pat Davidson

2:15-2:30PM: Break

2:30-5:00PM: Round table Q&A

Sunday February 10

8:00-9:00AM: Local farm-to-table breakfast provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

9:00-10:15AM: Pat Davidson

10:15-10:30AM: Break

10:30-11:45AM: Zac Cupples

11:45-1:00PM: Local far- to-table lunch provided by the Farmhouse in Needham, MA.

1:00-2:15PM: Seth Oberst

2:15-2:30PM: Break

2:30-5:00PM: Round table Q&A

Get Your Tickets

For tickets, follow this link to purchase: Buy My Tickets 

This course will be a phenomenal learning experience for clinicians, coaches, athletes, and those interested in the health sciences.

We can’t wait to see you there.

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About the Author:

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Erin is a graduate student working toward a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Health Promotion, as well as completing the Didactic Program in Dietetics to become a Registered Dietitian. She’s also a Precision Nutrition Certified Nutrition Coach and Certified Sports Nutritionist.