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Nathan Wong
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  • Lincoln, NE
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High School Coach
Name of School, Team or Business
The Xplosive Edge
Job Title
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Current Job Description
• Assist in design and implementation of programs for prepubescent through high school athletes.
• Received training in postural restoration and implemented techniques in programs.
• Test and evaluate performance.
• Create a safe and enjoyable environment for athletes.
• Maintain weight room facility.
Past Job Experience
Strength & Conditioning Intern; University of Nebraska Athletics, Husker Power, September 2015-December 2016
• Design and create workouts for seven varsity teams.
• Assisted in testing and evaluation of performance.
• Help Division-I athletes attain their strength and nutritional goals.
• Alleviate pain experience by athletes from injuries induced by training and competition.
• Maintain weight room facility.

Life Skills Volunteer Intern, University of Nebraska Athletics, Lincoln, NE; August 2015 - Present
• Develop materials for Athletic Department events.
• Advise athletes in developing professional skills.

SALT Internship, Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Summer 2015
• Received training in “transformational coaching”.
• Recruited and trained future leaders.
Education
Bachelor of Journalism, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012-2016
Double Major: Broadcasting and Advertising/Public Relations
GPA: 3.6
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

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