Sanford POWER Aberdeen is located at Aberdeen Central High School. We offer summer training sessions for middle school and high school student athletes in the Aberdeen area. In addition, we offer strength and conditioning support for Aberdeen Central High School athletes throughout the school year. The goal of the program is to prepare young athletes for safe competition by focusing on developing flexibility, coordination, balance, strength and speed. Training sessions mimic the sport’s specific demands.
- Strength & conditioning (both in-season and out-of-season)
- Return to performance
- Concussion testing and return to play services
- Running assessments
- Sports physical therapy
- Sports nutrition
Sanford POWER Summer Program
Aberdeen Central High School
4-week sessions for student athletes entering grades 6-7
8-week session for student athletes entering grades 8-12
Register by May 7, 2021 for an early bird discount.
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Download the registration form here.
Personalized Blood Flow Restriction Therapy
Restoration of muscle, tendon, and bone health is essential for successful physical rehabilitation following injury. High intensity, heavy weight resistance exercise is traditionally the best method for increasing muscle strength, endurance, and size, but some people may be unable to safely complete this type of training without pain or re-injury.
Blood flow restriction (BFR) resistance training uses a medically certified device designed to temporarily slow down blood flow to the arms or legs during low intensity, light weight resistance exercise. Research has demonstrated that this type of exercise may cause responses in the body that are similar to those experienced following high intensity, heavy weight resistance exercise, and may be used to effectively and safely reestablish muscle strength and size following some injuries.
Some of the conditions that have benefited the most from BFR include post-operative weakness, knee osteoarthritis, and shoulder pain.
Personalized blood flow restriction is safe to perform on the majority of patients. At Sanford Aberdeen, we use the Personalize Tourniquet System, manufactured by Delfi Medical Innovations, Inc, a world leader in tourniquet technology and safety. This device is specifically designed to safely regulate and control tourniquet pressure during the application of PBFR.
To learn more about Blood Flow Restriction or find providers near you, please visit the Owens Recovery Science website.
Mitch Webster is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Mitch attended Augustana University (SD) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Fitness & Sports Management, a Master of Arts in Sports Administration & Leadership, and played on the football team from 2015-2019. During his undergraduate experience, he spent two summers interning for Sanford POWER helping coach teams at Roosevelt High School. In 2022, he received his Master of Science in Education in Educational Studies and Teaching Certification from Northern State University. Originally from Longmont, CO, Mitch currently serves as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Aberdeen Central High School where he oversees the design and implementation of training programs for all student-athletes. He is also an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at Northern State University (NCAA DII), where he leads the Wolves Wrestling and Volleyball programs and assists with Football. Mitch currently resides in Aberdeen with his dog, Lee.
Tanner Wolf is a board certified Athletic Trainer. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from South Dakota State University and completed an internship at the University of Alabama working with the Crimson Tide football team. In 2016, Tanner received his Master’s degree in Health & Human Science from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. During his time at Washburn University he worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for men’s basketball and baseball. Originally from Pierre, Tanner enjoys the opportunity to help youth and high school athletes develop, while preventing sports-related injuries.
Jordan Shangreaux is a board certified Athletic Trainer and member of the National Athletic Training Association. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from South Dakota State University. He has worked with the Jackrabbits football, women’s basketball, and baseball teams, and completed local high school outreach. In 2015, Jordan earned his Master’s degree in Kinesiology & Sport Science from the University of South Dakota. During his time in Vermillion, Jordan worked with Coyote football, track & field, swim & dive and volleyball teams.