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Tommy Lee Barnes Jr.
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Relation to the Strength & Conditioning Industry?
College Coach, Athlete
Name of School, Team or Business
University of Tennessee in Knoxville
Job Title
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for Football
Current Job Description
Serve as the Assistant Human Performance Coordinator for the Football at the University of Tennessee
Past Job Experience
2011 University of Tennessee, Associate Strength and
Conditioning Coach for Football
2010 University of North Florida, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach
• 2009 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Full-time Strength and Conditioning
Coach
• 2008 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Strength and Conditioning Graduate
Assistant
• 2007 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Strength and Conditioning Intern
• 2007 Jacksonville High School, Strength and Conditioning, Women’s Soccer Team
• 2006 Jacksonville State University, Volunteer Student Assistant Strength and
Conditioning
Education
• 2010 University of Alabama at Birmingham, Master of Arts, Health
Education
• 2008 California University of Pennsylvania, Master of Science, Exercise Physiology
• 2007 Jacksonville State University, Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science and
Wellness
• 2007 Jacksonville State University, Minor, Nutrition and Food Science

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At 1:26pm on April 30, 2009, Rob said…
Sure I do, I wanted you to work for me man...You're a good coach...Keep it up...Let's stay in touch...
At 11:19am on March 29, 2009, Brad Lambert said…
I also viewed my comment on belting. I apologize for the insulting remark I made with regards to that and will be more tasteful in the future with regards to my commentary.
At 1:17pm on January 1, 2009, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
Whenever he been in the field for awhile and he know alot of coaches. The name of the game is networking.
At 10:40am on January 1, 2009, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
My buddy from Grambling University want you to call him 865-805-5453. His a four-year member of the University of Tennessee football team, Stallworth played linebacker for the Volunteers and was on the 1998 National Championship Team. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management in 2001 before following with a master’s degree in Sports Administration from Tennessee in 2004. While pursuing his graduate degree at UT, Stallworth served as an academic advisor graduate assistant where he assisted in student-athlete registration and tutoring.

Stallworth, a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association, USA Weightlifting
At 10:21pm on December 30, 2008, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
I do have the book The Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning 2nd edition. The medical terms is where I have the problems so Im taking the class for free and taking the test on the internet. I meet Zach at the YMCA and we exchange info. He is on this network too. I been networking with alot of coaches from LSU, USF, Vanderbilt, San Deigo Chargers, New Orealns Saints, UNC, U of Virignia and more.
At 5:34pm on December 30, 2008, Jorge Garzafox said…
Hi Tommy, what courses related to sports do they have in University of Alabama At Birmingham
At 4:17pm on December 30, 2008, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
You have alot more certifications than what I have. I'm taking a class in january at Huntingdon College to help me for the CSCS exam. Now high schools are using real S&C coaches to take their programs to another level. You might have go down to the high school level to get back up to college level. You might go to a small college or a black college. I heard that alot of jobs offers be at the CSCCa conference. Don't get down your breakthrough will come. Here are some jobs I found you might want to check.

Baylor University Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Posted 11/25/08-1/25/08
http://www.baylor.edu/hr_services/staff_employment

University of Iowa
Asst Strength & Conditioning Coach-Olympic Sports
http://jobs.uiowa.edu and search for Requisition #56396

University of South Florida: is accepting resumes for a Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach position working primarily with Mens Basketball and Football. Minimum qualifications are 3 years of collegiate strength and conditioning experience, CSCS certification, and Bachelors degree. Preferred qualifications are head strength coach experience, masters degree, and former collegiate athlete No consideration will be given to those who do not meet the minimum requirements. Salary is a firm 30k. Please email resumes to Ron McKeefery, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach/Assistant Athletic Director at
At 10:47am on December 30, 2008, Bruce E. DeWalt Jr. said…
You at the at right place working under two Master S&C Martin and Torman. Start attending conferene and clincs to get your name there. S&C is just like coaching its about who you know. Join CSCCa and NSCA. Work on getting your certifications. I started late after I moved to Prattville. I garduated with a degree in Mechaincal Engeering. I started voutleering and learn everything I could then started my own business. Just keep working hard and things will work out. If you have any question call 334-318-6822.
 
 
 

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