Daman Strength Training will be hosting the DS/GS (Daman Strength/Game Speed) Health Festival at their facility in Beaver, something that hasn’t been done on this scale in Beaver County, April 27-29.

All of this is in conjunction with the International Institute of Sport and Movement, based in Boston, MA. Who is IISM? Click here to learn more: https://www.iism.life

The 3rd and final session on Saturday begins at 11 am. This is the MsE (musculosystematic engineering) Speedz Session with world-renowned speed and performance coach, Seth Minter.

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You will learn how to apply MsE (musculosystematic engineering) to your training. This is a rare opportunity to not only gain knowledge and learn more about musculosystematics, but also to train under the watchful eyes of IISM and the aforementioned Seth Minter, who currently trains several professional athletes, including the NFL’s Tavon Austin, Melvin Ingram, and Mohammed Sanu.

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The NFL’s Melvin Ingram sitting on the ground while Seth Minter looks on

How do you sign up? Keep reading.

11 AM MsE Speedz Session:

The 11 AM session promises to be an action-packed hour of hands-on instruction and guidance from Seth Minter himself. This session is all about speed and agility using MsE technology. It will also focus on perfecting your technique so you can avoid injury when training. Athletes must be at least 14 years old. This is the same type of training that NFL and other professional athletes receive from Minter himself.

To sign up for the 11 AM session, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dsgs-health-festival-1100-am-mse-speedz-tickets-44138640863

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More information on the International Institute for Sport and Movement can be found at https://www.iism.life/.

DST Saturday

Marc is a lifelong resident of Beaver County. A 2001 graduate of Center High School and 2005 graduate of Point Park University, Marc is employed by the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and officiates high school and college football. Follow Marc on Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram @marcgrando