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College Coach
Name of School, Team or Business
OLE MISS
Job Title
Director of Football Strength & Conditioning
Past Job Experience
Head Strength Coach - University of Southern Mississippi
Director of Athletic Conditioning for Football - Miami (OH)
Assistant Strength Coach - LSU
Performance Enhancement Specialist - Parisi Speed School
Strength & Conditioning Intern - NY Giants
Education
Louisianna State University
M.S Kinesiology with concentration in Sport Pedagogy

Montclair State University
B.S. Exercise Science
"Character can not be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired and success achieved."

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The Relationship Between Overload and Specificity

Overload and Specificity are two of the building blocks of any effective strength and conditioning program. In simple terms Overload is an increase or change to the application of stress while Specificity is the applications and coordination of physical abilities to perform a specific sport task. The key to good program design is to understand the interplay between these principles.

Weight training is one of the best tools available to the strength coach when it comes to forcing…

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Posted on March 5, 2013 at 10:47pm

THOUGHTS ON RESISTED SPRINT TRAINING

Resisted Sprint Training (RST) is the addition of some form of external resistance during performance of a sprint workout. RST can take on many forms. Running into the wind, uphill running, and towing (sleds or parachutes) are the most common methods. While each of these methods brings something a little different to the table and each athlete/coach probably has developed a favorite, there are certain commonalities that must be considered whenever programming this type of…

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Posted on June 17, 2012 at 6:30pm — 5 Comments

QUARTER HORSES OR MULES

Conditioning is a term often used to describe the process of causing crushing fatigue by running your team. A lot. Running them until they’re tired, throwing up, sore and on the brink of quitting.  This is easy to program and implement for the coach, and hard work is obviously being carried out but are the athletes getting better?  Some of this type of conditioning is absolutely necessary for team building or for the development of “toughness”.  The S.A.I.D principle (specific adaptations to…

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Posted on March 24, 2012 at 7:33pm — 1 Comment

TOUGHNESS

Football is a game that is played right on the edge of sanity by men willing to sacrifice their bodies for victory. You will not be successful at football without a certain nastiness, an edge, an attitude that will not allow you to back down or bow down to your opponent. The psychological and physical strain that this sport puts on its competitors is just amazing. Coaches frequently preach about “toughness”, but how do we define or better yet, develop toughness? I believe it is something…

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Posted on March 10, 2012 at 4:16pm — 5 Comments

DEVELOPING SKILLS VS. DISPLAYING SKILLS

As coaches in charge of the physical preparation of athletes, we are in the business of helping our athletes DEVELOP abilities, which is not the same thing as simply having them repeatedly DISPLAY their abilities. Far too often a kid will hit a beautiful, smooth double with the prescribed intensity (which is what we want) and then be told to add inappropriate weight, causing the next set to fall apart. When a kid asks to go up in weight or to do a few extra reps, when I know he is not ready…

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Posted on March 3, 2012 at 3:20pm — 2 Comments

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At 11:03am on January 16, 2013, Louis Dobosenski said…

Hey Paul!  How have you been lately?  I haven't signed on this sight in a while and I found myself reading a lot of your old blogs.  Lots of good stuff in there man.  I really liked the "Quarter Horses or Mules" blog a lot and agree with the message it sends.  Anyway, I hope you are doing well over at Ole Miss and keep up the good work.

Louis Dobosenski

At 7:28pm on December 6, 2012, Jeremiah Lee Aiken said…

Coach Jackson,

I am currently looking for a GAship. I recently heard through Coach Pollard of Georgia State that you might have an opening down at Ole Miss. I was excited to find out that you trained around and had a great friendship with my girlfriend,  Mo Isom,  at LSU for a of couple years. She had great things to say about you personally and professionally. I graduated from Colorado State with a Bachelor's of Science in Health and Exercise Science and did my student internship with the Air Force Academy football team last season. I then worked with them this past off season as a volunteer coach to gain more experience since they do not offer GAships to non-military. I hope to hear back. Thanks.

Jeremiah Aiken, CSCS

jlaiken@gmail.com

719-659-0647

At 5:38am on September 20, 2012, Brandon Howard said…

Thanks for the reply Paul. I actually just accepted the Head Strength Coach Position at Southeastern Louisiana. Would love to be able to come by and talk with you once I finally get settled down. 

At 3:25pm on March 30, 2012, Dave Schall said…

Paul,

My cousin is Jim Wiseman, a new assistant in the football program. He came over from ASU with Coach Freeze. Hopefully, you guys have met and I hope to meet you sometime as well.

At 1:28am on January 2, 2012, Samuel L. Chatman II. said…

Congratulations on all of the success this previous season. I know you and your staff will have just as much success next year.

At 9:02am on December 25, 2011, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
Congratulations on the Bowl and 12 game wining season. A lot of credit goes to the coaching staff as it should. But strength coaches take great pride in that as well. You helped form that foundation well before the season started.
At 2:31pm on December 8, 2011, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…

Congrats on wining Conference USA.

 

Bruce DeWalt CSSE; CPR/AED/First Aid; MAC; USAW
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Prattville High School
Prattville, AL
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“There's difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something you do it only when circumsatnce permits. When you're committed to something you accept NO excuses, only RESULTS.”

At 7:54am on October 4, 2011, Jeffery Earls said…
Coach Jackson,
I hope all is well for you and your family. I wish you all the very best as you continue to grind during the season. Keep the guys going. I look forward to catching up with you very soon. GOD BLESS
At 12:34pm on September 29, 2011, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
I used some of your summer running program with the 9th grade football and they out playing every team we played so far. They 4-0. I know Lance Schuffert is working hard for you guys.
At 1:28pm on August 19, 2011, Samuel L. Chatman II. said…

Coach Jackson,

 

Thank you for the add. Would love to talk to you about some of your past experiences and philosophy whenever you have a free moment. Good luck and plenty of eventual success to you and your program.

 
 
 

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