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Looking for more information about TSAC
Mr Kevin Gregory Roth 12/12/2012 4:07:10 PM
Posted: Sunday, February 24, 2013 5:03 PM
Joined: 12/12/2012
Posts: 1


I will be earning my Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science
next month from North Central College located in Naperville, Illinois. Upon
graduation, I will be studying for my CSCS exam which I will be taking this
spring. I wish to work in the fields of strength & condition and/or human
performance. Prior to attending North Central College, I attended Waubonsee
Community College located in Sugar Grove, Illinois where I earned a certificate
in fire fighting. During my first term at North Central College, I heard about
Tactical Strength and Conditioning and instantly was interested in combining
both fields of my education together.

Since TSAC is a newer area, I am looking for further
information about this area of strength and conditioning with specifics
pertaining to any further education including that of the TSAC-F, the
popularity of TSAC through each state’s firefighting fitness programs, and ways
of getting hired by city departments.

Any information provided would be greatly appreciated as I
hope to become more involved in this area of fitness.

Kevin Roth

Nearfall21@comcast.net

 


John I. Hofman, MS, CSCS 6/12/2012 1:25:48 PM
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:23 PM
Joined: 6/12/2012
Posts: 3


hi Kevin

 

I just emailed you. let me know how I can help

 

Coach Hofman