Category Archives: Becoming a Strength Coach

Michigan State University Strength & Conditioning Clinic

I had the great opportunity this past weekend to attend the annual Michigan State University Strength & Conditioning Clinic.  The MSU Strength & Conditioning Staff put together a heck of a clinic and it was an excellent experience.  The clinic … Continue reading

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Favorite Websites, Resources

http://www.strengthperformance.com/ – Strength Performance Network – social network for strength & conditioning coaches.  http://www.elitefts.com/ – Elite Fitness Systems – powerlifting website with many great articles, many written by strength & conditioning professionals. http://www.nsca-lift.org – The National Strength & Conditioning Association – Largest … Continue reading

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Internships From An Intern’s Perspective

This blog entry comes from Eddy Schumacher, one of our intern assistants here at Dixie State.  He has a very unique perspective having already earned a master’s in strength & conditioning to go along with his time as an intern … Continue reading

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Interview Questions

I thought something that might be helpful is to put together a list of questions that you could potentially hear during an interview for a strength & conditioning position so you can get yourself prepared.  Please email me any more … Continue reading

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How To Become A Strength & Conditioning Coach

Part 1 – The importance of experience    From all the research I’ve done, people I’ve talked to, and my personal experience, I feel like one of the most important things you can do is to get as much experience as … Continue reading

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