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Strength and Conditioning: Points to Remember

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© December, 2008

by Michael Weeks
Defensive Line Coach and Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Charleston

There has been a tremendous amount of discussion over the last few years on what type of Strength and Conditioning program is best.  This discussion will continue for some time to come; there is a constant, often changing evolving education process that comes along with working in the Strength and Conditioning field.  Your goal as a Strength & Conditioning coach should be to create the most effective and efficient training program(s) possible.  This can be hampered by your amount of equipment, the range of athletes that you are training at any one time, etc.  What we can not allow as Strength & Conditioning coaches is for our learni ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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