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ERP Graduate Strength and Conditioning Program

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The NSCA Education Recognition Program (ERP) Graduate Strength and Conditioning Program recognizes and distinguishes academic institutions that offer at least a Master’s degree with standardized, approved graduate strength and conditioning curricula that is designed to prepare students for the NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) certifications. Recognition can be achieved for applied curriculum, research curriculum, or both. A full list of required content areas can be found in the Graduate Strength and Conditioning Program application.

Extreme Conditioning Programs: Evaluating and Managing the Risk

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During the NSCA's 2012 TSAC Conference, Danny McMillian, CSCS, took the stage to speak about extreme conditioning programs and how to evaluate and manage their inherent risk.

TSAC Facilitators Program design TSAC Tactical Athlete Extreme Conditioning Conditioning Programming

Practical Methods for the Strength and Conditioning Coach to Develop Student-Athlete Leadership—Part I

June 1, 2017

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In the intercollegiate athletic setting, the strength and conditioning coach can play a role in the development of student-athlete leadership. For the strength and conditioning coach to be a positive contributor to this effort, he or she must have a clear understanding of their role, the role of the sport coach, and the interaction and relationship between the two.

Coaches Organization and Administration Professional Development NSCA Coach Student-athlete leadership strength and conditioning

Becoming a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Captain Tony Soika, MS, CSCS, TSAC-F, speaks at the 2013 National Conference on what it takes to become a tactical strength and conditioning coach. In this first of four videos, Tony reviews the importance of leadership.

TSAC Facilitators Professional Development Strength and Conditioning Coaching; TSAC Tactical

Why Your High School Needs a Qualified Strength and Conditioning Professional

June 1, 2017

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A qualified strength and conditioning professional in the high school environment can benefit both the school and the students in a number of ways, including injury reduction, improved performance, and risk management.

Coaches Program design Organization and Administration risk management injury reduction ltad cscs NSCA Coach

High School Athletic Directors’ Resources

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Resources for High School Athletic Directors and Administrators who are interested in adding a strength and conditioning position to their school or improving their existing strength and conditioning program. Includes tools for creating a position and evaluating your existing program, as well as information for parents.

NSCA Announces Changes that will Advance the Strength and Conditioning Profession

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Colorado Springs, CO – The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) has announced that it is working to elevate and advance the strength and conditioning profession by developing a quality assurance process that ensures all future professionals are capable and well-prepared.

Critical Evaluation of Strength and Conditioning Research

July 30, 2012

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Dr. Joseph Weir, PhD, spoke at the NSCA's 2012 National Conference about how to critically evaluate the science behind strength and conditioning research.

TSAC Facilitators Coaches Organization and Administration TSAC Tactical Athlete Strength and Conditioning Research Applied Research CSCS

Assistantship

Are you a young professional looking to broaden your knowledge and career horizons by working with a professional strength and conditioning coach? Apply for the NSCA Foundation Assistantship!

Optimal Conditioning for Multiple Sports

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Mark Kovacs, PhD, CSCS,*D, spoke during the NSCA's 2013 Coaches Conference about the importance of balancing conditioning with strength training, and the need to approach program design in such a way that all your athletes get what they need, no matter their fitness level or sport.

Coaches Program design Conditioning Aerobic Training Multi-Sport Conditioning Optimal Conditioning

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