RSCC Renewal Course

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  • RSCC Renewal Course
    The RSCC Renewal Course is designed for NSCA Registered Strength and Conditioning Coaches to renew their RSCC designation.
  • Course Instructions

    This is the 2017 RSCC Renewal Course. The course will be open from December 1 - December 31, 2017. After December 31, you may still purchase the course by paying a $15 processing fee on top of the $25 registration fee, for a total of $40.

    You must purchase this course for $25 before attempting to take the quiz. After purchase, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to the quiz; you may also return to this page to begin. The 2017 RSCC Renewal quiz applies to the five videos and accompanying PowerPoint presentations available below.

    To Pass This Course

    To pass this course, you must earn a score of 70% or above, by answering a minimum of 18 out of the 25 questions correctly. A score below the passing grade will require that the course is purchased again. All quiz questions, and subsequent answers, are based on the information provided in the five videos and accompanying PowerPoint presentations listed below. 

    If passed, this course is worth 0.5 CEU in Category D. Upon completion of the quiz, your quiz results will display immediately. An e-mail will also be sent to you with the results for your records.

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    2017 RSCC Renewal Course Materials

    All quiz questions, and subsequent answers, are based on the information provided in the five videos and accompanying PowerPoint presentations listed below.

    Athlete Monitoring & Performance Analytics on a Budget by Christopher Bailey, PHD, CSCS, RSCC and Tim McInnis, PhD, CSCS, RSCC
    This video discusses the importance of athlete monitoring for strength and conditioning coaches and how to efficiently and effectively retrieve useful data to impact and enhance training.

    View Presentation (PDF)  |   View Video

    Tapering and peaking for optimal performance in team sports by Inigo Mujika, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D
    In this video, Inigo Mujika discusses tapering and peaking in order to achieve optimal performance in team sports.

    View Presentation (PDF)  |   View Video

    Exercise Recovery: Science vs Practice by Michael Naperalsky, MS, CSCS
    With new research, techniques, and equipment, the methods for recovery are constantly changing. Michael Naperalsky’s presentation goes into detail on the science behind recovery and the different methods that have essential to questionable research to achieve the desired adaptations.

     View Presentation (PDF)   |   View Video 

    Force transmission and the importance of rate of force development (RFD) by Michael H. Stone, PhD, CSCS,*D, FNSCA
    The presentation discusses the physiological aspect that affects strength and power: rate of force development. Understanding the force transmission through tissues will give you a better grasp on rate of force development.

     View Presentation (PDF)  |   View Video 

    What's our standard of care? by Reed Wainwright, J.D., CSCS, RSCC*D
    This lecture discusses key points on how standard of care in the strength and conditioning field is a top priority. He discusses the advantages of developing professional habits and appearance in order to better represent yourself to the general population.

    View Presentation (PDF)   |   View Video



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