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High School STRENGTH & Conditioning


High School  STRENGTH & Conditioning

This group is for H.S coaches and College Coaches to talk and share whats important in High School strength & Conditioning

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Video Tour of the West Fargo High School Weight Room. High School is located in West Fargo, ND. Strength Coach Tim Urich.

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Comment by Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. on December 26, 2008 at 7:31pm
I voluteer at Prattville high school and own a speed company. We are 2006, 2007 and 2008 Alabama 6A state champion. We finished 2007 ranked #2 in the USA Today. We beat Hoover High school as they tried to take home their fifth straight State Championship from MTV Two-A-Days. Checkout the clips from MTV.

Bruce DeWalt CSSE, CPR/AED
Elite Speed Sports Performance
Prattville, AL
Comment by Steven Moorman on December 24, 2008 at 6:31pm
i help out in three sports once my after school lifting is over
Comment by James Burk on December 24, 2008 at 10:05am
How many of you coach other sports in addition to coordinating strength and conditioning?
Comment by Mark Garrett on December 21, 2008 at 7:43pm
Cool stuff. You should get some kids together and come over to Brownsburg next month. We're having a Schoolage/ Junior Qualifier. S/C coach at Brownsburg is Bryan Neese (of WSM fame)- look him up. I've been at Milan 10 years. I'll check out your site. BTW-My dad worked on the Guardhouse Renovation Project a few years ago. .
Comment by Steven Moorman on December 21, 2008 at 5:16pm
at tech i use alot periodization here at tech. i like to focus more in the olympic lift develoment, just stemming from my involment with collegiate track and field. two main goals in my philosohpy injury prevention and increasing genaral fitness through core lifts (bench,squat,power clean) and the olympics lifts(snatch,push and spit jerks. ect....) i have more detailed on our lifting web site
Comment by Mark Garrett on December 18, 2008 at 8:42pm
My dad is a Tech Grad. I'm the S/C coach at Milan HS. What's your training philosophy at Tech?
Mark Garrett- USAW Reg. Coach
Comment by Steven Moorman on November 14, 2008 at 1:25am
to expand a little bit about being "Different " than college is that we train student athletes who come in the weight room with NO knowledge at all on lifting and getting faster, i know some colleges have maybe a few athletes who come in with no weight training experiance. dealing 14-18 year old boys and girls and teaching them correctly how to lift and motivate them to strive to be better athletes, even though sometimes sports is not a major priority can be challenging at times, especially at my school (inner city )

i guess the biggest difference i see is college S&C jobs is to build on a foundation hopefully someone has already put in place before they get there. High school S&C are in place to create that good foundation.
Comment by David Harris on November 13, 2008 at 7:33pm

I'm glad you set up this group. You mentioned below that your weight room is "a little different from those in college". Can you expand on this a bit? Different equipment? Different layout? Different s&c philosophy?

Thanks - I look forward to hearing from you.

Comment by Steven Moorman on November 12, 2008 at 11:27pm
Hello, my name is Steve Moorman im out of indianapolis IN, im currently the head S&C coach at the largest inner city school in indy. just want to make some connections on what college S&C coaches look for when a kid enter his or her weight room, also make a connections to other H.S strength coaches, our weight room is a little differnt from those in college.
look foward to see some knowledge being passed around
Steven Moorman
Aresenal Tech. High school

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