We’re excited to sponsor the Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab’s Huskers Performance Symposium, scheduled for Dec. 9-10 at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
The two-day event will bring together coaches, trainers and athletic directors from across the country for discussions and presentations around athletic performance, analysis and injury prevention.
Presentations from collegiate and professional performance staff members – including representatives from the Seattle Sounders, Baylor University, Marquette University and US Naval Island SEAL Training – will cover a variety of topics, with keynotes from legendary track coach Joe Vigil and Nebraska strength and conditioning coach Boyd Epley.
In addition to sponsoring the event, we’ll also have two employees speaking on behalf of the company. Matt Mueller, GM of Coaching Tools, will present on Hudl’s growth from three graduate students with the Husker football program to an international company now providing video analysis tools to athletic programs at every level. Cliff Carlson, Hudl’s Senior Recruiter, will speak about building high-performance teams, what to look for when hiring personnel, and how to maintain a thriving culture.
This event is open to the public, but space is limited. RSVP here.
About the Nebraska Performance Lab
In 2013, a 50,000-square-foot expansion of Nebraska’s East Memorial Stadium brought together athletic and academic researchers in NAPL and CB3 under one roof to study human behavior and performance. The partnership is believed to be the nation’s only joint, on-campus athletic and academic research facility. The collaboration is a testament to Nebraska’s commitment to student-athletes’ performance, safety, and long-term health and well-being.
NAPL’s broad research agenda includes investigating the impact of training techniques, therapeutic interventions, and nutrition on performance and recovery, assessing the biomechanical impact of performance on the athlete’s body, harnessing biomarkers in saliva and blood to guide training, developing technologies to reduce injury and improve performance, and identifying and reducing factors that lead to injuries and chronic conditions later in an athlete’s life.