Read the latest happenings with the NSCA.
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September 24, 2014, Boyd Epley returns to University of Nebraska as Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning. Read more.
September 19, 2014, President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition awards NSCA Founder, Boyd Epley, Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Read more.
May 1, 2014, New NCAA regulations will help protect student athletes by raising coaching certification standards. Read more.
April 24, 2014, The NCAA acknowledges NSCA’s effort for raised certification standards to require strength and conditioning coaches earn a nationally accredited certification. Read more.
April 17, 2014, NSCA Celebrates Lee Brown to Receive the 2014 Boyd Epley Award for Lifetime Achievement. Read more.
March 25, 2014, Conference enables our nation’s first responders to get Tactical Strength & Conditioning training. Read more.
December 8, 2013, Indianapolis prepares to host the 2014 Coaches Conference featuring the nation's top coaches and strength and conditioning professionals. Read more.
December 2, 2013, Joe Kenn, Shannon Turley and Caitlin Quinn accept awards for the Professional, Collegiate, and Assistant College Strength and Conditioning Coaches of the year. Read more.
July 14, 2013, A. Eugene Coleman honored with the Boyd Epley Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 36th Annual National Conference in Las Vegas, NC. Read more.
June 11, 2013, NSCA presents the 36th Annual National Conference in Las Vegas, July 10-13, 2013 with keynote speakers Brady Quinn and Alicia Sacramone. Read more.
June 6, 2013, NSCA and the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition announce recipients of the 2013 Strength of America Awards who will be honored at the 36th Annual National Conference Awards Ceremony, Friday, July 12 in Las Vegas. Read more.
May, 31, 2013, NSCA supports the Institute of Medicine's report recommending a "whole-of-school" approach to addressing physical needs of schoolchildren. Read more.