A friend of mine, Jim Kielbaso, posted a great article at his website www.UltimateStrengthAndConditioning.com. The article touches on being a strength coach at various levels as well as how to get into the field of strength and conditioning. It’s extremely informative and insightful especially for those younger coaches who are in the process of making career choices, or still trying to break into the field of strength and conditioning.
How to Become a Strength and Conditioning Coach
Another week of training is behind us for the baseball program. This was Week 12 of the Fall Off-Season. We only have 4 weeks left in the semester and really only 3 weeks left to train. Time goes way too fast. The players don’t realize how small of an opportunity they have between seasons to really get better.
This week was our highest volume of speed work to date as well as intensity on our Main Effort movements.
The video below gives a little of our training for the previous week. It has a little of everything including some of our speed work, med-ball throws, and one of our team challenges.
Hope everyone has a good weekend and GO FROGS!!!