The issue that many young student-athletes have is a lack of quality teaching. I'm not talking about in the classroom specifically, but even on the field. Players need to learn the Why as much as the How. And they need holistic training. How they do strength training should be related to their position on the field. I want to incorporate skill position-specific strength training with position-specific on the field work, with film training off the field.
Having the opportunity to teach student-athletes really how to learn incorporating the main styles of learning, is 1) an honor and 2) a joy when kids take the how-to-learn approach into the classroom and to other important areas of life.
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I want to find out what that student knows and what he or she can do physically. And really go from there. So the first time we meet I'm going to do what amounts to a prior knowledge assessment and try out. Then I can design a program for that player or group.
Certificates in Football GM & Scouting and Digital Video Editing, Glazier Coaching Clinics, 4 years coaching at the High School level, and Teaching Certification and Group Fitness Instruction Certification from ACE.
I want to keep it affordable for anyone who wants lessons. High-quality sport-specific training should not be limited to only middle and upper class families.
Started as video/Asst DB/WR Coach in 2006 with Buena High School. Also substitute taught during that time.
All types, young children up to college of many races and ethnicities.