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Howard, R., Eisenmann, J. and Moreno, A. (2019). NSCA Position Statement Brief Summary: The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Position Statement on Long-term Athletic Development. Strength & Conditioning Journal, 41(2), 124-126.
Moreno, A. (2019). Long Term Athletic Development and Sport as a Path toward Physical Literacy in the U.S. 2019 International Physical Literacy Conference,September 11-13th, Umea, Sweden.
Moreno, A. (2019). Long Term Athlete Development as a Pathway toward a Physically Literate and Active Youth Culture: Opportunities for Engagement and Enlightenment. Joint Commission on Sport Medicine and Science Annual Meeting, February 7-10th, Spokane, WA.
Moreno, A. (2018). Implementing Practical and Cost Effective Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) for a Recreational Community Youth Lacrosse League. 2018 Sport for Life Canadian Summit, January 23rd-25th.Gatineau, Quebec.
Moreno, A. (2017). Implementing Practical Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) Models in the School and Youth Sport Setting.National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) National Conference, July 12-15, 2017. Las Vegas, NV.
Dr. Moreno arrived at Eastern Michigan University in 2004. He has presented regionally, nationally and internationally in the areas of ACL injury prevention, adapted physical activity, and physical training. His areas of interest are in the area of youth sport and physical activity particularly with regard to motor skill acquisition, injury prevention, performance enhancement, and the role of motor ability on athlete development and fitness throughout the lifespan. In addition to his teaching and research pursuits, he has previous experience as an intercollegiate strength and conditioning coach and a fitness center owner/operator to help guide students seeking careers in the personal fitness training or sport performance specialist setting. Heavily involved in coaching education since 2000, Dr. Moreno consults with the Michigan High School Athletic Association to help create and disseminate materials for high school and youth club coaches throughout the State of Michigan in the areas of sport medicine, performance enhancement, and athlete development. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a Level-1 USA weightlifting sport performance coach, and currently develops physical training programs for high school and club lacrosse teams in the State of Michigan.