View career videos from experts in the field.
My Account Preferences
My Contact Information
My Contact Preferences
Update My Password
The SCJ is the professional
journal for strength coaches, personal trainers, physical therapists, athletic
trainers, and other health professionals working in the strength and conditioning
Earn CEUs. Browse the list of NSCA approved home study courses and live events.
Learn the benefits of completing the new CSPS certification.
July 9-12, 2014
Las Vegas, NV- Paris Hotel & Casino
Check out the newest offering in the NSCA's Sport Performance Series.
Strength and Conditioning costs $50 and takes two hours to complete. The course includes a resource section with an extensive selection of videos for teaching specific lifts. As with all NFHS Coach Education courses, it is available for a full year after the purchase date. Purchase Course | Course Outline (PDF) Strength and Conditioning will not only enhance your strength and conditioning knowledge, but help you learn how to create the conditions necessary for students to become better athletes by mastering new skills, enjoying competition with others, and experiencing enhanced self-esteem.
The course presents the principles of conditioning and Includes in-depth explanations of best practices and over 80 videos demonstrating proper techniques.
About the Course
In 2012, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) partnered together to develop Strength and Conditioning, a course designed to educate coaches on how to properly train their athletes without adding a greater risk of injury while also educating coaches on how to get the most out of their athletes’ workouts.
Tim Flannery, CMAA, NFHS Director of Coach Education, said that the course will help coaches understand what to expect from their athletes.
“This course is critically important because it will provide coaches information on many different aspects of lifting and conditioning,” Flannery said.
“Many injuries occur because student-athletes are improperly trained or over-conditioned. Coaches need to understand strength and conditioning so they can minimize injuries, and so they don’t over-stress their athletes.”
NSCA Membership Matters
The NSCA is excited to provide you with the Basics of Strength and Conditioning Manual. This Manual is available FREE to all NSCA Members to help them learn the basics principles and movement fundamentals that should be included in every strength and conditioning program. Download our new Basics of Strength and Conditioning Manual.
Discover the options and benefits of NSCA Membership