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Why do we still even run the 40 for all positions???
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Coach28 Apr 3, 2011.

Timing football athletes on THE TRACK WITH SPIKES is not a valid test for football!
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Out of bounds: College athletes and crime
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Professional Coach, Athlete, Personal Trainer
Name of School, Team or Business
Elite Speed Sports Peformance
Job Title
Owner/Speed Performance Specialist
Current Job Description
1Speed Enhancement Program to help athletes increase their speed potential. Athletes will be provided with a systematic program that takes athletes through the various phases of training: Running Warm-up, Acceleration Training, Max Velocity Training, Recovery Sprints, Plyometrics, Core Training, Conditioning, Cooldown Exercises

2Focuses on proper biomechanics to significantly reduce the risk of injury and to help in the athlete's overall performance.

3Understand sport nutrition as well as how to evaluate an athletes’ nutritional evaluation
Past Job Experience
Prattville High School
Alabama State University-Intern
Marbury High School Marbury, AL-Head
University of Texas summer strength camp
Education
Tuskegee University Mechanical Engineering
NASE
CPR/AED/First Aid
USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance
Working toward certified through National Strength and Conditioning Association (CSCS)
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I am seeking a new job

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EXAM PREPARATION 2016 LAGRANGE COLLEGE CSCS EXAM PREP LIVE CLINIC 2016 LaGrange College CSCS Exam Prep Live at LaGrange College

December 3, 2016 at 8am to December 4, 2016 at 5pm
 This clinic will include hands-on activities during the practical/applied sessions. Participants are asked to dress appropriately and to participate within their physical limitations.See More
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Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association 2015 National Conference at Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center

May 6, 2015 at 6pm to May 8, 2015 at 1:30pm
Providing opportunities for professional development for all collegiate strength & conditioning coaches (knowledge, research, skills, techniques, philosophies, etc.) in educational settings (clinics, symposiums, seminars, National Conferences, newsletters, internet, etc.), as well as through the sharing of experience and expertise among the strength & conditioning coaches themselves. The association will do everything possible to keep collegiate strength & conditioning coaches…See More
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Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. posted an event

Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association 2015 National Conference at Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center

May 6, 2015 at 6pm to May 8, 2015 at 1:30pm
Providing opportunities for professional development for all collegiate strength & conditioning coaches (knowledge, research, skills, techniques, philosophies, etc.) in educational settings (clinics, symposiums, seminars, National Conferences, newsletters, internet, etc.), as well as through the sharing of experience and expertise among the strength & conditioning coaches themselves. The association will do everything possible to keep collegiate strength & conditioning coaches…See More
Mar 27, 2015
Taylor Carlson commented on Bruce E. DeWalt Jr.'s blog post Trainers
"See more Crossfit training everyday too.  Lots of busy DC's and PT's because of it.  But trends impress and sell. Sadly, it seems the goal of finding the safest methods that address the individual's needs/goals has been…"
Jan 4, 2015
John Mikula commented on Bruce E. DeWalt Jr.'s blog post Trainers
"Well stated."
Dec 31, 2014
Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. posted a blog post

Trainers

In the 70's trainers were trying to turn people into bodybuilders.In the 80's trainers were trying to turn people into aerobics junkies.In the 90's trainers were trying to turn their clients into trained seals on unstable surfaces.In the 2000's trainers were trying to turn their clients into rehab (i.e., corrective exercise) patients. Now, in the 2010's trainers are trying to turn their clients into powerlifters.I wonder what the next decade's "best" training method will be?I also wonder if it…See More
Dec 30, 2014

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Trainers

In the 70's trainers were trying to turn people into bodybuilders.



In the 80's trainers were trying to turn people into aerobics junkies.



In the 90's trainers were trying to turn their clients into trained seals on unstable surfaces.



In the 2000's trainers were trying to turn their clients into rehab (i.e., corrective exercise) patients. 



Now, in the 2010's trainers are trying to turn their clients into powerlifters.



I wonder what the next… Continue

Posted on December 30, 2014 at 12:52pm — 2 Comments

S&C coaches or the Athletes

It is interesting to see the workout plans from different schools, because it just supports my coaches philosophy that "it ain't about the X's & O's, it is about the Jimmy & Joes!!" Basically, regardless of how good of a coach that you think that you are, it still boils down to having the right/talented players. It also further supports my idea about the strength & conditioning field, that the exercises are universal/basic, but it is just a matter of how you develop/design your… Continue

Posted on February 20, 2009 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

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At 11:21am on April 20, 2012, patrick estes said…

thanks*

At 11:21am on April 20, 2012, patrick estes said…

Thats alot coach

At 12:29pm on April 5, 2012, Paul Norton said…
Got it. Thanks so much!
At 11:37am on April 5, 2012, Paul Norton said…
paul.g.norton@gmail.com

Thanks!
At 9:17pm on February 21, 2012, Cedric Scott said…

Jaguars

At 1:41pm on February 17, 2012, Cedric Scott said…

Man I'm not at UNC anymore.  I had an opportuity to take a strength and conditioning position down in Jacksonville, Florida.

At 8:47pm on February 8, 2012, Dan Gorman said…
Register for the 29th Annual Strength and Conditioning Clinic for Coaches and Athletes at www.tennesseesportcamps.com. Two day Coaches Clinic and One Day Athletes Camp.
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At 8:03pm on January 23, 2012, Cedric Scott said…

Thanks.I appreciate it...

At 2:25pm on December 8, 2011, Val Ford said…

Sorry for the delay. Things are going pretty good here in Houston. Just trying to get back into the Sports Performance Training industry and just take off from there.

At 10:27am on October 13, 2011, Douglas Stamper said…
Thanks for the link Mr.Dewalt Absolutely loved it!!
 
 
 

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