The NSCA has an active voice in the communication of news and developments in the field of strength and conditioning. Explore the links and downloads below for NSCA in the News.
April 2013, Former Board President, Dr. Lee Brown, is interviewed by Club Industry Magazine regarding the value of education and certification. Read more.
March 2013, NSCA's Head TSAC Coach and Manager, Jason Dudley, interviewed by Government Recreation & Fitness Magazine about the upcoming 2013 TSAC Conference. Read more.
February 6, 2013, NSCA Board Member, Dr. Todd Miller, interviewed by The Washington Post on the role of 'exergames' in combating childhood obesity. Read more.
January 10, 2013, Education Director, Carwyn Sharp, speaks on staying fit in the new year with Southern Colorado NBC Affiliate, KOAA. Watch the interview.
January 4, 2013, 2013 Coaches Conference Keynote, Coach Phillip Fulmer interview with The Tennessean. Watch the interview.
January 3, 2013, NSCA Founder, Coach Boyd Epley is interviewed for The Tennessean providing a history how the strength and conditioning coaching profession began. Read more.
October 1, 2012, Celebrity trainer and NSCA expert fitness coach, Gina Lombardi, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to discuss fall’s hottest fitness trends. Watch the interview.
August 15, 2012, NSCA member, Coach Mike Nitka, is the cover story on 'Examining High School Strength Training.' This article is made available courtesy of Coach and Athletic Director Magazine (coachad.com). Download the PDF here.
August 14, 2012, Strength of America Award Winner Recognized by the Colorado Spring Gazette. Read more.
August 8, 2012, USA Today High School Sports discusses 5 Upper-body Training Myths with Rick Howard, CSCS,*D, founder of the Youth Special Interest Group for the NSCA. Read more.
July 1, 2012, Jason Dudley of the NSCA speaks to Club Industry Magazine regarding concerns with CrossFit training methodology. Read more.
June 28, 2012, NSCA partners with the National Athletic Trainers' Association to promote safer training programs for athletes. Read more.
June 28, 2012, NSCA Board President, Dr. Jay Hoffman, promotes collaboration and appropriate oversight during collegiate conditioning sessions. Read more.
June 18, 2012, Derek Grabert, NSCA spokesperson, talks with Denver KWGN's Nancy Melear on Cleaning out your kitchen. Watch the interview.
May 16, 2012, ESPN.com interviews Andrea Hudy, Kansas University Strength Coach and Jayhawk basketball's secret weapon. Watch the interview.
April 5, 2012, Marta Montenegro, CSCS, Packing More Lifts into One Move for Major
Results, for Fox News Latino. Read more.
5, 2012, Learning in motion: New APS “pathway” leading Aurora students to
professions focusing on getting the country physical, for Aurora Sentinel.
With the support of the NSCA, the STOP Sports Injuries
campaign is geared toward providing guidance on healthy and safe athletic
participation in youth. Read more.
2, 2012, How to Pick a Personal Trainer,
for the Omaha World-Herald. Read more.
30, 2012, The Jayhawks Secret Training
Weapon: Kansas strength coach Andrea Hudy works with Jayhawks star Thomas
Robinson, for Wall Street Journal. Read more.
28, 2012, Northwestern to train strength and conditioning coaches, SiouxLand
Press. Read more.
25, 2012, Good times ahead for R.I.
convention industry, Providence Business News. Read more.
21, 2012, Strength Training for Female Athletes, Training your weak links, for Longboat Key News. Read more.
20, 2012, NSCA Board President, Jay Hoffman, Presents Sustamine Study Findings.
18, 2012, Strength and Conditioning Scholarship – Find Eligibility and Apply,for ezinemark.com. Read more.
March 6, 2012, Strength
course, Standard-Examiner. Read more.
March 3, 2012, Newsmaker:
Jonathan Anning, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Read more.
February 23, 2012, Hear
your body’s primal scream, The Washington Post. Read more.
February 23, 2012, Columbia
Memorial Rehab offers sports enhancement program, Chatham Courier. Read more.
February 18, 2012, Local Doc
becomes Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Tuscola County
Advertiser. Read more.