We are well into the new academic year and athletic season. Best wishes from the CSCCa National Office for a safe and successful season!
Just a reminder that while the 2021 CSCCa National Conference is still several months away, the time is passing quickly and will be here before we know it! As the 2020 CSCCa National Conference was cancelled due to COVID-19, we will be celebrating the organization’s 20th anniversary—20 years of promoting education, unity, and respect for the strength and conditioning coaching profession—at the upcoming 2021 CSCCa National Conference.
Please plan to be there to take part in this major milestone for the CSCCa and the profession. We encourage everyone to arrive in time to enjoy all conference activities and events which will begin at noon on Wednesday, May 5, and to stay through the end of the conference on Friday, May 7, which concludes at 1:30 p.m.
All conference speakers have been carefully selected to cover a wide range of topics relevant to the strength and conditioning coaching profession. All speakers are highly qualified and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share. You won’t want to miss any of these outstanding presentations. We will also have a large exhibit hall with all the latest products in strength training, conditioning, speed & power development, sports nutrition, recovery, strength & conditioning technology, and more.
A new Black Strength Coaches group has been formed. This group will be holding its inaugural meeting/breakfast on Thursday morning, May 6, from 6:30 – 7:50 a.m., sponsored by PLAE. More information with be forthcoming, but please feel free to reach out to Dan Austin (email@example.com) and Corliss Fingers (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information regarding the group’s goals and objectives and how to get involved.
We sincerely hope to see you in Fort Worth in May. Stay tuned for more specific information regarding the 2021 conference itinerary, which will be coming soon!
Please contact the CSCCa National Office with any questions or concerns. Remember, this is YOUR organization, and the CSCCa staff is here to assist you!
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