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journal for strength coaches, personal trainers, physical therapists, athletic
trainers, and other health professionals working in the strength and conditioning
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History of the Alvin Roy Award
Alvin Roy helped establish strength and conditioning as an integral part of any training program. Roy was one of the first coaches to prove that lifting weights would improve both speed and power, and he helped debunk the myth that lifting weights made athletes slower.
This esteemed award is given posthumously to an individual whose career achievements made a substantial impact on the scientific understanding, methodologies, and practice of resistance training as a component of sports conditioning. The NSCA Board of Directors carefully deliberates recipients of this prestigious award.
Congratulations to our 2014 winner, Dr. Tudor Bompa!
Past Recipients of the Alvin Roy Award Include:
2013 - Thomas DeLorme, PhD
2007 - John Patrick O’Shea, PhD
2004 - Edmund J. Burke, PhD, CSCS
2000 - John Grimek
1995 - John Terpak, Sr.
1993 - Peary Radar
1987 - Bob Hoffman
1986 - Alvin Roy
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