Working With the Sport Coach

Vanderbush, Kevin; Nitka, Mike
June 2007
Strength & Conditioning Journal;Jun2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p43
Academic Journal
In order to effectively develop a safe and productive program at the high school level, strength coaches must gain the support of the sport coaches. This column outlines the steps a high school strength coach should take in order to create a positive working relationship with the sport coaches at their school.


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