Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College
 

Career Series 2015

The NSCA provides career-focused benefit videos designed to help members gain expert insight, knowledge and tips to help further their careers.

Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College

Part 1: Preparation - You

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Stephen Rassel, Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning at Webber International University, speaks at the 2015 NSCA National Conference on “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” In this first video of the series, Coach Rassel provides an overview of the Career Development Series, and discusses the importance of having personal motivation, commitment, persistence, and passion.

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Part 2: Preparation - Them

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Webber International University’s Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Stephen Rassel, presents a six-part Career Development Series on “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” In this second video, Coach Rassel discusses how to work best within the high school or collegiate setting. He talks about the importance of building relationships and how best to serve your organization’s needs. To do this, Coach Rassel stresses the importance of understanding the organization’s support system and structure.

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Part 3: Working Together

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Webber International University’s Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Stephen Rassel, continues his Career Development Series on “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” This third video of the series is about setting a vision for your organization. Coach Rassel discusses what you and the organization can accomplish together through team building, recruiting benefits, and retention.

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Part 4: Implementation Models

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Stephen Rassel, Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning at Webber International University, presents “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” In this fourth video, Coach Rassel talks about implementation models and discusses action steps, dreams, wants, needs, and phases. Coach Rassel introduces the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis, and how it can be applicable to your organization.

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Part 5: Getting Your Foot In the Door

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Stephen Rassel, Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning at Webber International University, presents “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” This fifth video features Coach Rassel advising viewers on how to begin their career and get their foot in the door. He talks about the importance of selling yourself, negotiating, and building a support system that will lobby for you.

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Part 6: What To Do Once You’re “In”

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Stephen Rassel, Head Coach for Strength and Conditioning at Webber International University, wraps up his Career Development Series on “Creating a Strength and Conditioning Program for Your High School or College.” In this final video of the series, Coach Rassel discusses the university environment and the need to make yourself invaluable by becoming involved with the organization.

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