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Mike Zawilinski
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College Coach
Name of School, Team or Business
Northeastern University
Job Title
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Current Job Description
-Design and administer off season, preseason, and in season strength and conditioning programs
-Supervise strength training programs to ensure proper techniques
-Test and monitor progress of athletes in speed, agility and strength
-Schedule and plan weight room facility usage for 19 varsity teams and 40 club teams
-Recruited and mentored student interns from various schools
-Hire, trained and supervised student employees
-Purchased equipment and maintained department budget
-Train athletes in Olympic style lifts, power lifts, sports specific training, speed techniques, flexibility exercises, and balance/coordination/movements
-Specific sports: Baseball, Men’s & Women’s Track and Field, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball, Football, Men’s & Women’s Rowing and Women’s Basketball
-Designed a computer program in Microsoft Office to track and individualize workout cards for all varsity athletes, based on sports needs and injury prevention.
-Conducted Functional Movement Screens with athletes and prescribed corrective exercises.
Education
University of Massachusetts – Boston, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology

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Organization of Training

This week on AthleticPr.com I started another series, this one on the organization of training. Part 1 is an introduction on periodization that includes the basic components that are needed to structure a logical

progression of sets and reps.



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Posted on November 8, 2010 at 12:15am

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At 12:27am on November 29, 2010, Cyrus Peterson said…
Hi Mike, Thanks for the add on!
At 9:27am on November 25, 2010, john e. jones jr. said…
HEY BIG MIKE,
LITTLE BIT ABOUT MYSELF , I CAME TO THIS HIGH SCHOOL LITTLE OVER 3 YEARS AGO.
HAD ONE OF THE WORST FOOTBALL WIN LOST RECORDS IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN 3A. IN N.C. THEY ARE 4 CLASSES IN OUR STATE. IT HAS BEEN A NIGHTMARE THE LAST TWO YEARS, THIS YEAR WE FINALLY BROKE THROUGH, WE MADE SCHOOL HISTORY IN A LOT OF WAYS. WE BEAT SOME TEAMS WE HAD NOT BEAT IN 20 YEARS. CHANGING ATTITUDE AND WORK ETHIC, AND WEIGHT ROOM DID THIS FOR US.






















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OF FIRST FOR THE SCOOL. WE WENT 9-4 AND LOST IN THE SECOND ROUND. OF PLAYOFFS. WE BEAT SOME TEAMS THAT WE HADN;T BEAT IN 20 YEARS OR MORE. WE H
At 8:04pm on November 5, 2010, Shane O'Brien said…
Thanks for the invite Mike. Looking forward to this site.

Shane
At 7:58pm on November 5, 2010, Daniel Margritz said…
Thanks for the add Mike. Looks like you have one of the best jobs in the country!
At 5:34pm on October 8, 2010, Lakers46 said…
Hey Mike thanks for the add, looks like your from MA as well, looking forward to chattin with u.
At 10:43am on September 30, 2010, Chad Dorsey said…
Hey Mike nice resume, how it your program doing at Northwestern University? Thanks for the add.
 
 
 

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