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Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW commented on Jim Kielbaso's blog post How to Become a Strength & Conditioning Coach
"Good Read for a young coach like myself."
Mar 30, 2016
Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW replied to Brian Harris's discussion Post Resume in the group Job Zone
"I am looking for an entry position anywhere! Resume' along with a sample work porfolio is attached below. Looking for the opportunity to utilize my experience and knowledge in athletic performance. If anything else is required email me at…"
Mar 27, 2016
Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW posted a blog post

Performance Monitoring

Supercompensation is a theory that drives S&C principles,yet its biggest assumption is that the rate it occurs is in uniform w/ all athletes.
Mar 24, 2016
Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW replied to George Greene's discussion Assistant strength and conditioning coach, University of Mary Washington in the group Job Zone
"is this an Assistant position or a grad assistant position?"
Mar 22, 2016
Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW posted a status
"Will be attending the NSCA Coaches aconference in Jan at San Antonio!"
Nov 6, 2015
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Apr 7, 2015
Ryan Goochey, CSCS, USAW replied to Brian Harris's discussion Post Resume in the group Job Zone
"I am currently looking for an entry level position. I have a well rounded experience working with a variety of sports including nine Big 10 Conference varsity teams. Adjacent to that I also have experience working in the private sector working with…"
Feb 19, 2015

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High School Coach, College Coach, Athlete, Student, Other
Name of School, Team or Business
Aurora University
Job Title
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach/ Research Assistant
Current Job Description
Graduate Student at Concordia University-Chicago
Past Job Experience
Director of Sports Performance at Acceleration Sports Performance

University of Iowa Hawkeye Olympic Strength and Conditioning Program'

Wheaton Warrenville South High School, Wheaton,IL Football Strength and Conditioning Coach

Sports Performance Specialit at Acceleration Sports Performance-Naperville,IL

Football Performance Coach at Elite Sports Performance-Oswego, IL

Intern Sports Performance Trainer at Acceleration Sports Performance

Division III Student Athlete 2011-2013 at Aurora University Football
Education
Aurora University- BA Coaching and Sport Development
NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
USA Weightlifting Certification Level 1 Sport Performance
IHSA ASEP Coaching By-law Certification
IHSA ASEP Injury Aid Certification
NIH Certified
+600 Practical hours under a Master Strength coach (Bill Maxwell) of the CSCCa
Job Status
I am seeking a new job

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Performance Monitoring

Supercompensation is a theory that drives S&C principles,yet its biggest assumption is that the rate it occurs is in uniform w/ all athletes.

Posted on March 23, 2016 at 11:55pm

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