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CSCCa in Orlando 8 Replies

Is anyone attending the CSCCa annual conference in Orlando in May?  I will be attending and would enjoy meeting you face-to-face if you'll be there.

Started by Joel Brown. Last reply by Gregory S. Martin Feb 17, 2012.

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Comment by Drew Henley on June 6, 2012 at 7:29pm

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Comment by Drew Henley on May 29, 2012 at 2:52pm

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Comment by Drew Henley on May 25, 2012 at 4:02pm

New post up on HSP - Addressing Strengths & Weaknesses Let me know your thoughts. Part 2 coming next week

Comment by Jacob "Hollywood" Howell on August 17, 2011 at 1:47am
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Comment by Adam Plagens on May 1, 2010 at 10:30pm
As a new member and aspiring coach of tomorrow, I am very interested in some type of conference or presentation opportunity. Please keep me updated with ideas!
Comment by Darius Ducre' on February 25, 2010 at 11:43am
Blair, Thanks for the great sdvice-yes I do want to coach on the collegiate level and have been looking into Univs. where I could possibily Intern in and around my local area. I would also like to learn more so I can be as well rounded as possible but I would like my focus to be football,basketball, and baseball.
Hopefully this will help me be more marketable; these are sports that I love.
Comment by Blair Wagner on February 18, 2010 at 8:16am
Darius, first things first. Ask yourself, "with what sports and at what level do you want to pursue the strength and conditioning coaching profession?" After viewing your profile, it looks like you have some quality experience coaching baseball players, directing your own programs and other various experiences. Do you want to continue working with baseball players or do you want to take on a new challenge of working with collegiate athletics, professional football, or any other sports? Ask yourself another question, "Where do you want to be 3 years from now?" If you want to be working for a FBS football program, then you need to start taking steps in that direction. Wherever you want to be, map out a plan and then take the steps in order to reach your ultimate destination. You might have to take a small step backwards (volunteer) in order to complete your journey, but you will be better off building a network, and establishing relationships than simply submitting resumes to every job posting you see. Best of luck in your future endeavors!
Comment by Darius Ducre' on February 14, 2010 at 3:12pm
Thank you for the invite-I would like to ask other than applying to open positions to Universities,etc.; how does one go about getting hired. I have experience and am currently pursuing the final courses of a M.S. degree. All suggestions are welcomed.
Comment by Joseph Tronzo on February 13, 2010 at 3:45pm
I don't know if anyone has already seen this, but there is a virtual weight room designing program on the Hammer Strength website. If you have not, it is a very beneficial tool for anyone wanting to design a new, or re-configure their present facility. You can customize square footage, add equipment, get exact spacing, add walls, etc. Go to, click on the "Virtual Training Web SIte" then "Online Facility Planning."
Comment by Adam Feit on February 12, 2010 at 1:00pm
1) A conference is a great idea. I have spoken with Chuck Stiggins and Boyd Epley and we will be launching somewhat of a co-op force with getting more readers and contributors for this group. Both the CSCCa and the NSCA have agreed to post our newsletters on their website for direct download. I think the YSCCa would fair better with working with the CSCCa and possibly having a workshop during their national conference at some point in the near future to gather more members.

I appreciate all the support and please, if any of you feel we need additional methods of learning, communication, or flat out improvements in this endeavor, let me know. This is a group for all of us and the more feedback we receive, the more we will learn.

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