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Dodgers to host inaugural strength & conditioning symposium Dec. 14-15

September 30, 2019

LOS ANGELES – Strength, Conditioning and Baseball coaches, as well as students in the field of Human Health & Performance are invited to learn from the Dodgers’ award-winning Strength and Conditioning staff at the club’s inaugural Strength and Conditioning Symposium to be held Dec. 14-15 at Dodger Stadium, the team

LOS ANGELES – Strength, Conditioning and Baseball coaches, as well as students in the field of Human Health & Performance are invited to learn from the Dodgers’ award-winning Strength and Conditioning staff at the club’s inaugural Strength and Conditioning Symposium to be held Dec. 14-15 at Dodger Stadium, the team announced today. Registration and travel information, a list of presenters and the agenda can be found at Dodgers.com/Symposium.

The two-day event will give participants an inside look into how the Dodgers’ Philosophy of Athletic Development has helped identify, train and continue to develop the physical aspects needed to perform at the highest level of baseball over a sustained period of time. Led by Dodger Director of Athletic Development and Performance Science Brandon McDaniel and his staff, the event will provide insight into the Dodgers’ use movement analysis, technology, performance and skill metrics to develop and train athletes from teenagers all the way to the Majors.

“We are excited to share the ideas and experience that have helped shape our philosophy of how we prepare our players to perform at a high level, day in and day out, over a 162+ game season” said Dodger Director of Athletic Development and Performance Science Brandon McDaniel.

The symposium is approved as Continuing Education Units by the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and will include presentations and practical learning sessions in the Dodgers’ weight room, batting cage, bullpen and on the field. All of the material covered will be relevant for training baseball players in the high school, college or professional ranks.