Accelerate Your Coaching With These Hard Won Lessons From Industry Leaders
We know that being a Strength Coach is a selfless job: endless hours, tiny pay, tight budgets and limited resources are the norm.
But these common challenges didn't stop our industry leaders from impacting lives and growing into who they are today.
We connected with seven leading high school strength and conditioning coaches from around the country so we could share their hard won lessons and help you accelerate your growth as a strength and conditioning professional. Inside you'll learn:
- 8 proven ways to engage and build relationships with your athletes
- How networking and relationship can impact your professional development
- How to narrow your focus and identify the true opportunities within your program
- The value in building systems for efficiency and effectiveness
Micah Kurtz (AC Flora High School) - NHSSCA South Carolina State Director, 2016 NSCA Strength Coach of The Year
Kevin O'Neill (Nobles and Greenough School) - NHSSCA Massachusetts State Director
Travis Osborne (North Valley High School) - NHSSCA Oregon State Director
Doug Gle (Traverse City Central High School) - NHSSCA Michigan State Director
Lee Weber (Wamego High School) - NHSSCA Kansas State Director
Rob Brokow (North Bend Central High School) - NHSSCA Nebraska State Director
Dave Reynolds - 20-year coaching veteran and Head Strength Coach @ The Baylor School
Nick Garcia - 13-year coaching veteran and Head Strength Coach @ Notre Dame High School