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At 3:35am on March 10, 2014, Marco Sist said…

Thank you David! Really hope to have a big opportunity to exchange opinions about strength and conditioning  with all you guys!

At 10:44am on February 18, 2012, Dan Gorman said…
Register for the 29th Annual Strength and Conditioning Clinic for Coaches and Athletes at www.tennesseesportcamps.com. Two day Coaches Clinic and One Day Athletes Camp.
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At 1:09pm on September 4, 2009, Nick Horton said…
Thanks David for a great site. It's a fantastic thing to have a central place for strength coaches of all varieties to congregate and keep each other up to date on the current state of the game.

I'm an Olympic Weigthtlifting coach primarily, but I also strength-coach a lot of kids who play football, baseball, and club sports. I'm always on the lookout for advice on training, nutrition, etc from other coaches who have different experience bases. You can never stop learning, and learning from each other is one of the best ways do it.

Thanks again.
At 7:19am on September 4, 2009, Tyler Warren said…
Thanks for the add. I am currently an Assistant S&C Coach at ECU looking for a different Assistant position. From looking at your website I have had the experience of viewing a wide variety of programs around the country. Again thanks.
At 3:20pm on April 2, 2009, Bethany Gainey said…
Basically I have taken all of my training in strength & conditioning, corporate fitness, personally training...etc and formed a company that focuses on training as a lifestyle no matter if your a athlete or a regular person trying to get in shape.
At 5:37pm on November 11, 2008, Mark Seaver said…
Thats a good looking football field in the backround of your picture!
At 11:47am on October 31, 2008, Vic Viloria said…
I think one of the things that we hate to think about, but is needed, is facility & equipment upgrades. We are an olympic based program and are primarily on the platforms, but recruiting and advancments require us to purchase new toys. It is a lot easier to say to my AD, I need this piece of equipment and it cost x amout of money, he then says why, and who else has it. If you guys did a virtual tour, or even just photos of different facilities I could say we need these things, because TCU has them, or a top 25 team has them. Makes life a little easier for us if we have something to compare to.
Just a thought.
I think the site is great though
At 10:58am on October 31, 2008, Vic Viloria said…
Things are well, just going to take some time to get the old bad habbits out of there system (Juniors & Seniors). Both on the field and in with me.
How are things with you?
Vic
At 9:43am on October 30, 2008, Kirsty Wertz said…
hilarious... I was amazed at how much weight Mike lost last year during tree-selling season... maybe I ought to do more of that. ;)
At 5:50am on October 28, 2008, Scott Raymond said…
How did you get the lowdown on Wake Forest football and their training? I liked that tidbit and went and looked at the link that talked about their strength training philosophy.
At 2:53pm on July 23, 2008, Veronica said…
Well as an athlete the Olympics were always my goal and even though i didnt quite reach it I came painfully close. I did and do however have athletes, friends, and former teammates that went on to compete both at the Olympics and as professionals in their events/sports.
In my current job, Olympic sports simple refers to those other than football & basketball and since I work with all those other sports I've kinda molded my career around that.

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