NWC Performance Clinic

Saturday, May 4, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Juffer Fieldhouse, Northwestern College
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Cost: $50 early bird before April 15 | $75 after April 15 | $25 students
Lunch included    

The 3rd annual Performance Clinic features sports performance experts sharing cutting-edge information for professionals in strength and conditioning, athletic training, physical therapy, coaching, physical education and other professionals who work with performance athletes and active populations. Take away strategies to effectively motivate and enhance their performance. Clinic sessions will offer relevant topics in both presentation and hands-on training. 

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Continuing Education Credit 

National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) pending approval of 0.7 CEU(s) for certified individuals attending this event. 


Brett Bartholomew, NWC Performance Clinic

Brett Bartholomew, MS, CSCS*D, RSCC*D
Strength & Conditioning Coach, Author, Consultant, Founder, The Bridge Human Performance®

Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance®. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies.

Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports worldwide, at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. He’s supported numerous Super Bowl and World Series Champions, along with several professional fighters in both boxing and the UFC. His book, Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In (Amazon), achieved “Best Seller” status in the categories of “Sport Coaching” (#1), “Business/Money” (#8), and was ranked in the “Amazon Top 100 Books Overall” in 2017. It is currently being used by several universities as source material used to help guide future coaches and professionals.
Brett earned his bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Kansas State University and master's degree in Education, Exercise Science with an emphasis on motor behavior, cueing, and attentional focus in human performance from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.

julie-eibensteiner, NWC Performance Clinic

Julie Eibensteiner, DPT, MS, CSCS 
Physical Therapist, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Laurus Rehab & Performance

Julie is a doctor of physical therapy and strength & conditioning coach at Laurus Rehab & Performance in Minneapolis, MN. She specializes in ACL rehab and return to competition protocols. Additionally, Julie serves as the assistant women’s soccer coach for St. Thomas University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, master's degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports Psychology, and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Minnesota.

Tyler Janota

Tyler Janota, CSCS  
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for Men's Basketball, University of Texas 

Tyler Janota enters his second season as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men’s Basketball at The University of Texas. During his initial year with the Longhorns, Janota worked closely with Daniel Roose in the physical development of Mohamed Bamba, the No. 6 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic. Prior to coming to Texas, Janota worked as the assistant strength and conditioning coordinator at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. In that role, he programmed and designed all aspects of training for Lamar’s men’s basketball, women’s basketball and baseball teams. 

Janota spent the 2015-16 season as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Belmont University in Nashville. During his time at Belmont, he designed all aspects of the training program for the men’s soccer, women’s tennis and cheerleading squads. Janota also coordinated training sessions for the men’s basketball team under the supervision of the head strength and conditioning coordinator.
Janota received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Northwestern College (Orange City, Iowa) and a master’s degree in sports administration from Belmont University. He served as a volunteer assistant in the Northwestern College Athletics Department during his undergraduate career, where he designed all aspects of training for the men’s basketball program and worked with all 15 of the school’s varsity sports programs. He also completed an internship at Baylor University.

Tyler Yearby, NWC Performance Clinic

Education & Development Specialist, Sport Movement Coach, Life Time

Tyler is an Education & Development Specialist, Sport Movement Coach at Life Time in Minneapolis, MN. With more than 12 years' of experience, Tyler has taught over 150 training courses in over a dozen countries on various topics including movement, agility, and kettlebell training. He is a former strength and conditioning coach for the University of Minnesota football program where he earned a master’s degree in kinesiology. In his time between Minnesota and Life Time, Tyler was the Director of Performance for Inspire Movement and Inspired Athletx where he trained a wide variety of athletes from youth to professional, as well as anyone who wanted to enhance their daily performance.