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About This Show
High School Strength Coach Podcast. The top high school strength coaches in the nation, the best exercises, the best drills, the latest in strength & conditioning research, all the tools and guidance you need are here at the high school strength coach podcast! This podcast is for you, the high school strength coach that needs new and fresh training ideas to help their athletes reach their highest potential! so get ready to be inspired, and motivated to become the best strength coach you can be for your athletes. This is a weekly podcast for High School strength coaches that want to increase their level of knowledge in the field, and maybe do not have time to go to all the clinics and conferences but they have time to listen while working out or driving to work.
Hello, my name is Dane Nelson. I am a former college and high school strength coach. I created this podcast for strength coaches at any level but more specifically for High School Strength Coaches. I want strength coaches to be able to connect to each other and learn more about the growing field of full time high school strength coaching. Thanks for checking out the website. It would be great to connect with other strength coaches and talk about what works and what doesn’t work when training high school athletes. This is why I created this podcast. I hope you find it useful and valuable!
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Most Recent Episode
HSSC 61: Paul Kolody Hunterdon Central Regional talks Red Devil Strength in New Jersey
I talk with Coach Paul Kolody fron Hunterdon Central Regional high in New Jersey. I spoke with Coach Kolody at the NHSSCA conference and he was a great coach to catch up with. Lots of great things going on at HC that I had to have coach on and talk about. We talk about his programming , scheduling, movement exercises and all the other exciting things going on with his school and some upcoming conferences going on in his area that are going to be epic. Paul Kolody earned his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and his Masters of Science in Physical Education, with a concentration in Exercise Science as well. He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association, (NATA/ATC), as an Athletic Trainer, the National Strength and Conditioning Association, (NSCA/CSCS), as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, and USA Weightlifting as a Level One Club Coach. Paul started his career as an Athletic Trainer in 1995 at Metuchen high, then became the Athletic Trainer and Strength Coach for the Somerset Patriots Baseball Club in 1998 and worked directly with the team through the 2004 season. In 2003 he helped open Somerset Medical Center’s Sports Performance & Rehab Center, managing that facility until March of 2011. At the center, Paul trained athletes at the middle school, high school, college and professional level. He then became the strength coach at Hunterdon central regional high where after years of hard work the board of education and administration are going to now construct a new 5000 sq/ft performance center set to open in the Summer of 2017. Contact Coach Kolody: email: email@example.com twitter: https://twitter.com/HCSportsPerform Facebook: Paul Kolody My name is Dane Nelson. I am a former college and high school strength coach. I created this podcast for strength coaches at any level but more specifically for High School Strength Coaches. I want strength coaches to be able to connect to each other and learn more about the growing field of full time high school strength coaching. Thanks for checking out the website. It would be great to connect with other strength coaches and talk about what works and what doesn