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Improving Coaching
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What certification would be better for a coach who already has a S&C position. (Meaning doesn't have to get CSCS to get the job). Little about me I currently mostly work with mostly High school…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Chase Gregory, CSCS Feb 24.

Starting Collegiate Sports Nutrition Program

Hello all, I am currently looking to establish a sports nutrition program for the athletes at our college and am seeking advice.Any pointers on starting a program for the athletes. Any keep aspects…Continue

Started Nov 21, 2013

Motivating Athletes
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I currently was asked to work with a male varsity Swimming and diving team. It has been my hardest challenge yet motivating athletes I work with.I am wondering if anyone has any advice/tricks to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by TJ Docherty Nov 21, 2013.

 

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Kevin Chase Gregory, CSCS replied to TJ Docherty's discussion Improving Coaching
"In my humble opinion, degrees trump certs, go for a Masters or higher level degree.  Also would recommend the CSCS over all!"
Feb 24
TJ Docherty posted a discussion

Improving Coaching

What certification would be better for a coach who already has a S&C position. (Meaning doesn't have to get CSCS to get the job). Little about me I currently mostly work with mostly High school athletes, a few college kids when they are back in town and a good amount of older population athletes.Which of the following would improve coaching the most?CSCSFMS level 1SFG level 1NASM-CESIYCAAny other suggestionsLooking add one more certification by summer. (Currently NSCA-PT and USAW)Any input…See More
Feb 15
TJ Docherty posted a discussion

Starting Collegiate Sports Nutrition Program

Hello all, I am currently looking to establish a sports nutrition program for the athletes at our college and am seeking advice.Any pointers on starting a program for the athletes. Any keep aspects to include or anything to avoid? Anything you have done within your college that would help us out?The program will start with our basketball team (our most successful) and if it works well we will start applying it to other sports. Right now it includes:EducationHydration protocolsDietary &…See More
Nov 21, 2013
TJ Docherty replied to TJ Docherty's discussion Motivating Athletes
"Thank you all for your responses this has helped a lot!"
Nov 21, 2013
Mike Muller replied to TJ Docherty's discussion Motivating Athletes
"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6z9wYrBVFg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3umguo-zKCs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5uAf3Te8Jc I think a logical and uncomplicated explanation of why weight training is beneficial is a solid place to start. Then,…"
Nov 20, 2013
Joey Guzzo replied to TJ Docherty's discussion Motivating Athletes
"Trick them into thinking they're not actually "lifting, perhaps some sort of competition or incentive?"
Nov 13, 2013
Matthew Mariani replied to TJ Docherty's discussion Motivating Athletes
"My entire Masters Thesis was on this topic - based on my experience at the D1 level S&C.  Message me for details"
Nov 13, 2013
TJ Docherty posted a discussion

Motivating Athletes

I currently was asked to work with a male varsity Swimming and diving team. It has been my hardest challenge yet motivating athletes I work with.I am wondering if anyone has any advice/tricks to motivating athletes especially hard to motivate type who don't understand the benefit of S&C and just want to swim. Any books or videos you might recommend? All help is greatly appreciated thanks!See More
Nov 13, 2013
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"Unconventional" Strength Training

This group is for training variations. Sandbags, sledgehammers, kegs, stones, tires, thick ropes etc is encouraged!See More
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Sport Science

Exercise physiology, biomechanics, strength & conditioning, sports dietetics, motor skills, sports medicine, physical therapy/rehabilitation: these fields, plus many more, are all brought together here to make athletes the best they can be.See More
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Jul 1, 2010
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Jun 11, 2010
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Personal Trainer, Nutrition consulting, Collegiate Strength and conditioning intern.
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B.S. Dietetics, NSCA-PT
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