Coaches Corner with Mike Favre
    Mike Favre is the Director of Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning at the University of Michigan. Previously, Favre was with the United States Olympic Committee as a strength and conditioning coach/physiologist for over five years, where his chief responsibilities included wrestling, judo, and taekwondo.
    Coaches Corner with Brandon Marcello
    Brandon Marcello is the Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University, where he oversees all aspects of athletic performance enhancement for 36 intercollegiate sports. With more than 16 years experience, Marcello has worked with the United States of America Softball team, EXOS (formerly Athletes’ Performance), the IMG Academies, top Division I teams, international sports federations, and a number of athletic apparel companies. Marcello's work appears regularly in various journals, textbooks, and periodicals.
    Coaches Corner with Meg Stone
    Meg Stone, MA, FNSCA, is the Director of S.P.E.C. and the Assistant Track and Field Coach at East Tennessee State University. Coach Stone is a two-time Olympian that competed in the discus for Great Britain; she also competed for the University of Arizona and still holds the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) record outdoors in both shot put and discus. With many years of collegiate coaching under her belt, Coach Stone served as the Coaching Manager for the United States Olympic Committee. Recently, she was presented with the prestigious “Legends in the Field Award” by the College Strength Coaches Association, the only woman to receive this honor. In July 2009, she received the honor of earning the NSCA Lifetime Achievement Award.
    Coaches Corner with Ashley Jones
    Ashley Jones, MS, CSCS, is a rugby strength and conditioning coach who has worked with the elite of the game. Jones has been employed by the Crusaders (Super XV competition), New Zealand All Blacks, and the Australian Wallabies rugby teams over the last decade. He has worked in the sports physical performance conditioning and fitness industries since 1978 and has worked in various professional sports across three countries.
    Coaches Corner with Shannon Turley
    Shannon Turley is currently serving his seventh year with Stanford University as the Kissick Family Director of Football Sports Performance, where he directs all sports performance efforts for the football program. Named Football Scoop’s 2011 Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year, Turley spent the 2006 campaign at the University of San Diego as the Director of Athletic Performance for the Torero’s 16 sport programs.
    Coaches Corner with John Hudy
    John Hudy, MS, CSCS, RSCC*D, USAW, serves as the Director of the Strength and Conditioning Program for Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, where he oversees 15 sports.
    Coaches Corner with Scott Bennett
    Scott Bennett, MEd, CSCS, RSCC*E, has nearly 25 years of experience in the strength and conditioning field. As the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of Radford University he oversees the school-wide operation of the strength and conditioning program.
    Coaches Corner with Donnell Boucher
    Donnell Boucher, CSCS, is in his sixth year at the Citadel Military College of South Carolina, where he currently serves as Assistant Athletic Director for Strength and Conditioning. During his tenure at the Citadel, Boucher has coached over a dozen All-Southern Conference Football players and a number of current professional athletes.
    Coaches Corner with Megan Young
    Megan Young, CSCS, is currently in her fifth year at Auburn University, where she is directly responsible for year-long programming and implementation of all strength and conditioning related activities for the Tigers’ women’s soccer and women’s basketball programs. Coach Young is the Public Relations Director, as well as serves on the Board of Directors for the Young Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.
    Coaches Corner with Buck Blackwood
    Buck Blackwood, MS, CSCS, USAW-1, began his coaching career at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) in 2003. Prior to being hired full-time, Blackwood was a volunteer coach for two years at USAFA, and spent two years as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Montana State University. Blackwood has been published in numerous professional journals and has presented nationally and internationally.