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Strength Performance Network Turned 2 Years Old Today!

SPN turned 2 years old today (July 11, 2010).  What started out as a simple website created by two brothers has evolved into a social network with over 4,300 strength and conditioning professionals.  Thanks to everyone for contributing to this site.  Please continue to spread the word!

Have you enjoyed the site?  Let us know what you think.  We're always searching for ways to improve SPN.  Please respond to this post with any and all feedback.

We're celebrating by having a booth at this week's NSCA National Conference.  We'll be onsite interviewing strength and conditioning professionals as well as reviewing vendor products, etc.  Tune-in to Strength Performance Network all day Thursday through Friday to view our broadcast.

Thanks again!

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Happy BIrthday SPN!! Great work...can't wait to see all the new info from the NSCA Conference!
Congrats on 2 great years...keep it going!!!!
Congrats for the 2 years. A Great web site for the profession. We strength & conditioning coaches now have a site to post video, discuss , and show our work for the great job it is . Glad to see this being done and hope this will continue for many years to come. Keeping it as a free site is the best thing for helping to promote our profession and keep everyone involved. Ron Thomson, Purdue University.
Brian, Dave and SPN.... Congratulations. This is a great website that has connected Strength Coaches around the world. Thanks for your hard work and efforts as you provide new, and fresh ideas, photos and video daily. Continued Success and best wishes! Jon Jost
I want to say thank you for the great job done with this website , and for all information we share here. Keep going!
Grazie ( Thanks)

Davide
It's an awesome sight and I really appreciate how much people really share their knowledge openly and honestly!

Thanks,
Warren Wood
PE Teacher/Coach
Happy Birthday. Great idea and job! Now, if you could just find a few "sports scientists" to have on here once in a while and participate on the Sport Science Group, it would make it even better. Age two is one of exploration and investigation - and it may be a "daunting task" to find these "sports scientists," but I think you can be up to the challenge.

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