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Curtis Schultz
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  • Odessa, TX
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Relation to the Strength & Conditioning Industry?
College Coach
Name of School, Team or Business
Power Athlete
Job Title
Director of Strength and Speed
Current Job Description
Strength coach. Football Strength coach. Camp Director. Management of the day-to-day operations for Power Athlete. Responsible for facilitating strength and speed training programs for high school and college football players.
Past Job Experience
20+ years experience as a collegiate and high school strength coach, college and HS football coach and personal trainer. I have experience as a head coach, coordinator and as a position coach with OL, DL, outside and inside linebackers, as well as football strength. The above experience is from over a decade of coaching at NCAA IA, IAA, II & III, NAIA, JUCO, High School, Canadian University, European Professional and Minor League. Founded Power Athlete: A Football Speed Strength Training program.
Volt. Assistant Strength Coach; University of the Pacific
Volt. Assistant Strength Coach; University of Colorado
Head Football Strength St. Peters College
Head Football Strength Mount Allison Univ.
Head Football strength Haskel Indian Nations University
Modesto High (CA)
St. Jon Newmenn (FL)
Randolf-Macon College (VA)
College of the Desert (CA)
And many other varioous small colleges and high schools
Education
Finishing BA, CSCS, SPARQ, CPT, and CPR/First aid certified
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

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GRIDIRON MACHINES

In today’s ultra-competitive sports arena, those who do not start strength training in high school for the very first time could very well be a step behind many of their peers.  Every athlete knows the value of a head start.  How to get one is the million-dollar question.

 

Football is probably the most physically demanding sport on the playing field today. It requires a combination of speed, strength, power, agility, and mental toughness. Let’s look at some of the facts of the…

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Posted on April 6, 2012 at 11:24am

TRAINING ROADS

There are many paths to the same road.  You’ve all heard this at one time or another.  And it still applies to allot of things, especially when it comes to developing a training program.  As an ex-collegiate football player, competitive powerlifter, and a strength coach you can bet the farm that I have walked down some long roads and driven the superhighway of training. While working as a strength coach, I have designed countless routines that involve weight training exercises, plyometric…

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Posted on April 6, 2012 at 11:16am

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