Blueprint for Success: A Strength and Conditioning Coach's Manual (eBook)
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This book will help strength coaches at any level whether youﾒre a collegiate strength coach, a high school coach in charge of the strength program, or a coach running a training-based business. Blueprint for Success isnﾒt a workout-based book. There a plenty of those. Blueprint for Success is more like a shopping list. It gives you all the ingredients--hundreds of agility and running drills, exercises, nutritional information, program information, strength material, conditioning information, and speed and coaching philosophies. It has all the essentials necessary for success. The weight room policies and procedures manual section should be a book in itself. It covers everything you need to run your strength program from putting together a staff, evaluating your staff to coaching philosophies, intern materials, rules, regulations and much more. The table of contents says it all.
Speed, Agility and Quickness
Agility Reference Guide
Long Interval Conditioning Reference Guide
Short Interval Conditioning Reference Guide
Exercise Reference Warm Ups
Strength and Conditioning Policies and Procedures
Weight Room Rules and Regulations
Strength and Conditioning Staff Responsibilities
Weight Room Policies and Orientation
Strongman Team Competition Guide
Incoming Signee Packet
This book was written to help me in my journey as a strength coach, but it has been published to help you in yours. Hopefully, after reading it, you will look at this profession in a different light.
Coach Golden has been a strength and conditioning coach at all levels of athletics for the past twenty years. After beginning his career as a strength coach at the high school level, winning four state championship titles, he became a head football strength coach at the Division I-AA level. Following a successful ten-win season, he moved on to the SEC as an assistant strength coach, working with football and other various sports for four years. Coach Golden then moved on and has been a Director of Strength and Conditioning at the Division I level ever since. He has coached in numerous bowl games, playoffs and conference championships. He also gained additional experience as an assistant at the NFL combine in 1995, '96 and '97, and as a training camp intern for the Cleveland Browns in 1996.
For five years Coach Golden was the assistant coach to the USA Menﾒs IPF Powerlifting team, being a part of five world championships traveling all over the world. He has also competed in powerlifting and Strongman competitions, learning many ﾓunder the barﾔ lessons that have been invaluable to his career.
Coach Golden is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), United States Weightlifting Federation (USAW), National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and the National Association of Speed & Explosion (NASE).