Becoming a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach

by Michael W. Favre, MEd, CSCS,*D, RSCC*D
May 2015

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this first of four videos, he will go over some of the traits and abilities that make a good collegiate strength and conditioning coach, including communication, attention to detail, initiative, and integrity.

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Mike Favre (pronounced FAV-or), the 2011 NSCA College Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, is in his eighth year as the Director of Strength a ...

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