At GAIN we apply practice based evidence to make the athlete better. GAIN 2018’s focus will be “Connecting the Dots – Back to Basics”. Dates will be June 12 to 16 at Rice University, Houston Texas. Tuition is $2,050. Tuition includes breakfast, lunch and dinner each day and room. For more information please call Vern at 941-378-1778 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 104: Polarized training (with Stephen Seiler) February 15, 2018Since the turn of the century perhaps no researcher has been more influential in the endurance world than Stephen Seiler. His study of polarized training methods has framed a new discussion on training intensities thanks to an innovative research approach that started by looking at what elite athletes actually do. On this week's podcast Seiler […]
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What is GAIN?
Provide a global platform for education, innovation and motivation in athletic development with a focus on the possibilities for enhancing human movement through an emphasis on connections between all disciplines to enable adaptable athletes to perform at their optimum.
With a range of online services to continue the great discussions at home, GAIN offers learning opportunities year-round. These include an online library, forum, podcast hub, and more. Plus, GAIN members often are invited to Google Hangouts around the year to continue discussions at GAIN events.
People who come to GAIN events are professionals who are interested in learning and sharing to improve their abilities and enhance their professional development.
Our faculty are experienced professionals who combine their knowledge, experiences and passion for teaching to help guide you. They are leaders in their respective fields who are in the trenches working in the field of athletic development.
Members of GAIN are from all over the world. Everyone brings their own experiences and opinions. Here are just a few countries where GAINers are from.
The teachers of GAIN.