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What It Takes To Be A Successful High School Strength & Conditioning Coach

Training high school athletes has now become a multi-billion dollar business. In fact, it is now uncommon if a high school DOES NOT have a dedicated strength and conditioning coach working with their athletes.

However, this job is not as simple as it may seem and requires a unique approach to designing and implementing training programs for high school athletes.

In this episode Coach Gary Schofield and I discuss the unique demands of being a High School Strength & Conditioning Coach including:

  • What are the demands of being a High School S & C Coach?
  • What is the overall goal for a HS S&C Coach?
  • Sports technology and the HS S&C Coach
  • Coaching both male and female athletes at the same time
  • A simple truth about high school male athletes
  • Why HS S&C Coaches so easily blow through equipment
  • What to do if you have little to no budget
  • Plus more!

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