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Kendra Shamley
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  • Laramie, WY
  • United States
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Relation to the Strength & Conditioning Industry?
College Coach, Personal Trainer, Other
Name of School, Team or Business
University of Wyoming
Job Title
Strength and Conditioning Coach- Intern
Current Job Description
Assisting strength coaching women’s soccer, swimming, and track athletes.
Practice writing and implementing sport specific strength programs.
Practice teaching and queuing power lifts; squats, cleans, etc.
Program specialization based on individual needs or injury.
Past Job Experience
Exercise is Medicine Program Intern, UW Wellness Center; Laramie, WY January 2017-May 2017
Develop Healthy Departments program for UW faculty and staff
Fill out and submit an IRB to UW ethics board
Plan and set up World Health Day launch event with Exercise is Medicine team

Northridge Discount Liquors; Laramie, WY May 2016-October 2016
Cashier
Half Acre Gym, University of Wyoming; Laramie, WY November 2014-December 2014
Intramural Referee
Education
University Of Wyoming August 2012-May 2017
College of Health Sciences- Kinesiology and Health Promotion

ACSM Personal Trainer Certification July 14, 2017

FMS Level 1 Certification June 22, 2017
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

My Coaching Philosophy

My philosophy is that a coach is a teacher, a leader, motivator, and role model to the athletes they work with. Training is multifaceted, so a coach needs to be educated and prepared to develop athletes in many skill sets. My primary goals working with athletes are injury prevention, and preparing the athlete for the challenges of practice and competitions through improvements in strength and conditioning. Strong teamwork, communication, and sportsmanship are vital to an athlete both on and off the field; these skills will be used through their lives. Encouraging desire to excel, and hard work in the athletes I train is important, as is helping them cope with the stresses of training. Overall, my goal is to help develop well rounded athletes prepare to the challenges of competition.

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