- November 12, 2016
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Attention Runners - Injury Prevention Workshop! Join the Athletic Trainers from Sports Conditioning and Rehabiliation (SCAR) to learn how to keep your body strong and healthy. Free and open to all!
Please join us for this hands-on clinic on sports injury prevention presented by the Athletic Training Staff from Sports Conditioning and Rehabilitation (SCAR) in Orange. The benefits of proper warm-up technique will be discussed, including SCAR’s functional strength & flexibility training methods to help athletes at any age or competitive level maximize their athletic potential and prevent injury.
- 9:00 am Check-in -please arrive early to park and get settled
- 9:30 am Clinic Begins
- 10:30 am Clinic Ends
This clinic is outdoors in a park. Dress appropriately for the weather and to participate in some dynamic warm-up and injury-prevention exercises.
- Overview of SCAR and services offered
- Ways to prevent injuries through proper warm-up
- Hands-on instruction on functional strength and flexibility training (the “Dynamic warm-up”)
- Mat and/or Towel for the strength and stretch
- Water to drink
- Running gear if you'd like to enjoy a run or walk into Peter's Canyon before or after the workshop.
There is limited parking at Cedar Grove, but a large lot at the Pioneer Middle School just up the street.
Sports Conditioning and Rehabilitation (SCAR) – the area’s leader in comprehensive, hands-on, results-oriented care.
SCAR was founded in 1973 and has become one of the most respected and innovative independently owned physical therapy practices in the Orange County-LA area. Whether you are injured or in chronic pain, physical therapy can relieve the pain, restore function and help you get back to your daily activities or sport. Jim Herkimer, Owner/Executive Director of SCAR and his team deliver individualized one-on-one care to patients who have a variety of orthopedic, sports and work injuries.
SCAR also offers sport-specific performance programs for athletes of all ages (youth to elite adults). These include unique programs and memberships such as Sports Conditioning & Injury Prevention (SCIP), Functional Strength Training (FST), Video Run Analysis, and Sports Performance Training by nationally certified fitness and sports medicine professionals.
Venue: Cedar Grove Park
Cedar Grove Park is located at the bottom entrance to Peter’s Canyon. There is a big grassy area, picnic tables and bathrooms. We use this location to run because it has a flat mile-run to warm-up before the canyon and it is free to park. Cedar Grove Park is also the site of the Summer Trail Race Series on Thursday nights hosted by Renegade Racing.