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Boots on the Ground: What Have We Learned? A Retrospect on the Past 10 Years Working as a TSAC-F
By John Hofman, MS, CSCS,*D, TSAC-F,*D | October 15, 2018

The tactical strength and conditioning field is evolving each year. Because of the experience of those in the field, as well as the growing body of research, we are gaining a better understanding of what it actually means to work within the tactical field.


Push Jerk
By Exercise Technique Manual for Resistance Training, Third Edition | October 15, 2018

This excerpt from Exercise Technique Manual for Resistance Training, Third Edition goes over the technique and execution in each phase of the push jerk.


How to Minimize the Risks Associated with Intensive and Specialized Sports Training in Adolescent Females
By Yann LeMeur PhD | October 15, 2018

Early sport specialization is often characterized by intensive training and is becoming increasingly common. Adolescent female athletes who train excessively and adopt poor diets are at risk of the female athlete triad, overuse injury, mental health issues, and overtraining.


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Resistance Exercise Preserves Physical Function of Older Adults—Implications for Strength and Conditioning Professionals
By Victor M. Tringali, CSCS,*D | October 15, 2018

Older adults who desire to remain physically active at work, recreation, or sport can improve muscular strength, physical performance, and injury prevention if engaged in a properly designed resistance exercise program. The programming considerations presented herein may serve as a useful reference for strength and conditioning professionals working closely with active older adults.


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NSCA certifications are for dedicated, knowledge-hungry, hardworking strength and conditioning professionals. When you have an NSCA credential on your resume you elevate yourself. You become the standard that employers seek when hiring strength and conditioning positions. NSCA certifications can help differentiate you from the competition while joining the ranks of some of the top experts in the industry. If you’re ready, rise to the occasion. Equip yourself with the tools needed to apply evidence-based research to positively impact the health, lives, and athletic performance of others.

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The NSCA Education Recognition Program (ERP) recognizes schools and programs for their qualifying educational programs in strength and conditioning and personal training that lay a foundation of excellence for students in the classroom.

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Make the most of an NSCA membership and engage in an NSCA Special Interest Group (SIG). From sports-specific interests to broader topics like sports psychology and nutrition, SIGs provide a way to connect, converse and contribute to the growth of the strength and conditioning profession.

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The NSCA Store is stocked with fundamental books, guides, and educational reading materials to keep strength and conditioning professionals on the cutting-edge of their career.

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Practical experience is priceless. For this reason, the NSCA Foundation offers multiple assistantships each year for young professionals interested in expanding their experience and career opportunities by working closely with experienced RSCC  strength and conditioning professionals.

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