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IGCT Episode #174: Joey Batson- “Be The Best You, You Can Be”

  Joey Batson is in his 31st year as a strength & conditioning coach at the collegiate level and 20th year as the director of strength training at Clemson. He has served as a head strength & conditioning coach 27 of his 31 years of service. Batson was named Master Strength & Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) in May of 2009. During his tenure as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Clemson, Joey Batson has coached, in football, 40 All-Americans; 129 All-ACC selections; 63 semi-finalists or finalists for national awards; 27 Strength

By | September 22nd, 2016|Episodes|0 Comments

ACM 037: How Has Your Coaching Style Changed Working With Different Sports/Genders?

Today’s question comes from Kevin, he wants to know:  How Has Your Coaching Style Changed Working With Different Sports/Genders? Do you have a question about Strength and Conditioning? Record it at Ask Coach Mac Today’s sponsor is Iron Grip. Iron Grip is the largest provider of commercial free weight equipment worldwide and the only manufacturer with a line of exclusively American-made free weight equipment. Iron Grip equipment can be found in premier fitness facilities in over 60 countries. Go to http://www.irongrip.com. Be sure to check out my book on becoming a CEO Strength Coach at http://www.CEOStrengthCoach.com.

By | September 19th, 2016|Tribe TV/Blog|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #173: Aaron Ausmus – “You Are Not A Free Agent”

Aaron is one of the newest additions to the Sorinex team. He has a long coaching career having most recently served as the head strength coach at USC from 2010-2014. One-time Trojan assistant who then headed up strength and conditioning programs at 4 universities, is in his fourth season as USC's head strength and conditioning coach. He returned to USC in February of 2010. Ausmus, was Tennessee's director of strength and conditioning in 2009, where he oversaw all of the Volunteers' teams. He began his strength and conditioning coaching career at Tennessee, his alma mater, first as a graduate

By | September 15th, 2016|Episodes|0 Comments

ACM 036: How Do You Create Buy In As A Young Coach?

Today’s question comes from Colin, he wants to know:  How Do You Create Buy In As A Young Coach? Do you have a question about Strength and Conditioning? Record it at Ask Coach Mac Today’s sponsor is Iron Grip. Iron Grip is the largest provider of commercial free weight equipment worldwide and the only manufacturer with a line of exclusively American-made free weight equipment. Iron Grip equipment can be found in premier fitness facilities in over 60 countries. Go to http://www.irongrip.com. Be sure to check out my book on becoming a CEO Strength Coach at http://www.CEOStrengthCoach.com.

By | September 12th, 2016|Tribe TV/Blog|0 Comments

IGCT Episode #172: Joe Quinlin – “Be Able To Defend Your Program”

Joe Quinlin, MS, SCCC, CSCS, has been the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach since June 2008. During his time at Northwest, Quinlin has overseen 15 varsity sports and has been a driving force behind the success of Northwest athletics. His passion to improve student-athletes on and off the field is what makes him an instrumental part of the Bearcat family. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Quinlin was employed by the City of Maryville as a personal trainer from 2004 to 2008. During this time, he conducted speed and agility camps where he

By | September 8th, 2016|Episodes|0 Comments