Strength and Conditioning Specialists
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Hey I'm Heather, the strength and conditioning specialist here.
My job here is to help my clients improve their physical performance and stay conditioned.
Being a Strength and Conditioning Coach comes with being be friendly, confident, understanding , and responsible.
College-level strength and conditioning specilists require a B.A. degree in a related field such as exercise science or human performance, but a master's degree is always preferred.
Us strength and conditioning specialists make around $37,000 a year.
Having experience – preferably in a collegiate strength and conditioning program, is a big plus. You can get this experience working as a graduate assistant, a student assistant, or volunteering in a collegiate strength and conditioning program.
Strength and conditioning specialists don't typically sit behind a desk all day. You have to be up moving and ready for whatever patients throw at you
This includes being on the field, the court, and in the gym.
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