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Winston Salem, NC
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Winston Salem State University
Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator
Current Job Description
WINSTON-SALEM STATE, Winston-Salem NC April 2012-present Chief program administrator for nine varsity sports. Duties include developing annual weight training, conditioning and nutritional programs for all student athletes. Taught Essentials of Strength and Conditiong Class (a class designed for those who want to take the CSCS test) Achievements #2 National Ranking Football Team 2012 National Title Game Participant 2012 CIAA Football Champions 2012 HBCU National Champions Football 2012
Past Job Experience
TEXAS A&M KINGSVILLE, Kingsville, TX Director of Strength and Conditioning July 2010 – April 2012 Chief program administrator for nine varsity sports. Duties include developing annual weight training, conditioning and nutritional programs for all student athletes. Fiscal responsibilities include managing the equipment purchase budget for all varsity sports. Developed the training curriculum for the student internship program. Provide student academic evaluations at the end of each semester. Coordinator of the Pro-Day program for all senior football team members. Game day aide in coordinating Football Special Team Units Review testing results, athleticism, work ethic and behavioral issues with NFL scouts Supervise 1 graduate Assistant, 1 intern, 8 personal trainers and group exercise instructors, 7 weight room attendants. ACHIEVEMENTS: - #1 National Ranking, Defense (2010) - #4 National Ranking, Varsity Football Team. 10-1 record (2010) - #20 National Ranking, Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (2010) - #14 National Ranking Men’s Indoor Track and Field (2011) - Developed the 1st Graduate Assistant program (Summer 2011) - Developed the 1st Strength & Conditioning Camp (Summer 2011) - Trained Pitcher of the Year and Player of the year in the LSC for baseball (2012) - #6 National Ranking Men’s Outdoor Track and Field (2012) UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, MD Assistant Strength Coach August 2004 – July 2008 Supported the Head Strength Coach in developing training programs for varsity sports participants. Additional responsibilities included developing the football team workout schedules, creating offensive/defensive lineman drills and lecturing the summer camp participants on the importance of weight training and nutrition. ACHIEVEMENTS: Football, Champs Sports Bowl Champions (2006) Football, Invited to the Emerald Nut Bowl (2007) Men’s Lacrosse, ACC Champions (2005) Men’s Lacrosse, Final Four (2005, 2006) Competitive Cheerleading, NCAA Champions (2006, 2007, 2008) Wrestling, ACC Champions (2008) Women’s Tennis, NCAA qualifiers (2005, 2006) Women’s Golf NCAA qualifiers (2006, 2007) Internship, Strength and Conditioning May 2002 – August 2002 May 2003 – August 2003 High School: QUEEN ANNE’S HIGH SCHOOL, Centreville, MD Head Strength Coach August 2008 – August 2009 KENT ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL, Stevensville, MD Head Wrestling Coach / Instructor: Strength & Conditioning August 2008 – August 2009 ACHIEVEMENTS: Regional Tournament Individual Invitations (8) State Tournament Individual Invitations (5)
Education United States Sports Academy Daphne, AL Master of Science in Sports Coaching January 2009 GPA: 3.4 Truman State University Kirksville, MO Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science May 2004 Member, Varsity Wrestling Team - 5th Place, Cole Invitational (2001) - 5th Place, Central College Invitational (2001) - 2-time letter winner Member, Varsity Football Team - 4-time letter winner Certifications: CSCS, ACE Group, USAW, Red Cross CPR, Red Cross First Aid, BLCS, Speed and Explosion for Sports Competition, Strength and Conditioning Expert (Tudor Bompa Institute), Sports Nutrition (American Sports Fitness Association) PROFESSIONAL LECTURES / PRESENTATIONS NFL Combine Tests Fail to Differentiate Between Starters and Nonstarters on an NCAA Division II College Football Team – delivered to the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), July 2011. Allometric Scaling of the IRM Bench Press and NFL-225 Test in NCAA Division II and III College Football Players – delivered to the NSCA, July 2011. Comparison of Performance Enhancement Following Isotonic and Variable Resistance Training – delivered to the NSCA, 2004. Isotonic versus Variable Resistance Bench Press – delivered to the NSCA, 2004. EMG Comparison of Muscle Activation Levels of Middle Deltoid, Rectus Abdominis, and External Abdominal Obliques during a Lateral Raise in Stable and Unstable Conditions – presented during the Truman State University Research Symposium, 2004. Comparison of Vertical Jump Height and Form following Weighted and Un-weighted Warm-ups – presented during the Truman State University Research Symposium, 2004. Academic Research: UNITED STATES SPORTS ACADEMY - Literature Reviews - The Biomechanics of Running, 2008 - The Benefits of Periodized Training, 2008 - Glenoid Labrum Tears, 2008 - The Flaws Involved with High Intensity Training, 2007 - The Benefits of Creatine Supplementation, 2007 - Improving Core Stability in Athletes, 2006 - Anabolic Steroid Abuse, 2006 - The Benefits of Variable Resistance Training, 2006 - Motivational Techniques in Athletics, 2006 - Salaries in Professional Athletics, 2006
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