Coach Tim Morrill holds Performance Seminar-Workshop for CRS at UST

Internationally-renowned Sport performance coach Tim Morrill
conducted a Morrill Performance Seminar – Workshop on September 16
and 17, 2017 at the Badminton Court of the UST Quadricentennial Pavillion.

The seminar was organized by the Department of Sports Science of the UST College of Rehabilitation Sciences in partnership with Gatorade Philippines and Ensayo Gym Equipment, Inc.

As a Strength and Conditioning Coach-Educator, Coach Tim Morrill shared
his experience and knowledge focusing on training athletes and clients holistically.

He related it to the four pillars of peak performance, namely: Nutrition, Lifestyle, Sports Specific Training, and Functional Performance Training (FPT).

However, more emphasis was placed on the 4th Pillar which is FPT. Coach Morrill emphasized on understanding the “big picture” and the concept that “rehab is training and training is rehab.”

The two day seminar and workshop was attended by total of 29 professionals consisting of fitness professionals, strength and conditioning coaches and Sports Science alumni and 35 interns.

The participants were able to experience both theoretical and practical side of the eight constituents of the MP–FPT’s functional training model. This consisted of self-myofascial release, static stretching, mobility/corrective exercises, locomotion/ cone to cone patterning, linear speed,
agility, strength and power, and energy
systems development.

Coach Morrill worked as a Division 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach, as well as a lecturer and curriculum developer from 2009 to 2011. He then worked at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (MBSC) in
Boston, one of the top performance centers in the United States of America, from 2011 to 2013.

In April 2013, Morrill Performance published a book titled “The Foundation,” which is a comprehensive review of top strength and conditioning literature. He continued to have speaking engagements
in different places, and in his philosophy and training system was organized and made available to the community in 2014.

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