We have made great strides since the CSCCa’s inception in 2000, but there is much more to be done. One of these accomplishments is the completion of the CSCCa textbook, The Professional’s Guide to Strength & Conditioning, which is now available for purchase in a variety of options.
Just as weight training can produce stronger muscles, visual training using projected videos and other images can strengthen the visual and neurological systems.
The annual membership renewal drive is currently underway! CSCCa members receive discounted pricing for SCCC certification, CEU reporting fees, and national conference registration.
We are well into the new academic year and athletic season. Best wishes from the CSCCa National Office for a safe and successful season! This month’s message is an update regarding the programs discussed in the September CSCCa Monthly.
The CEU cycle which ran from August 1, 2016, through July 31, 2019, is now complete, and we are in the first year of our new CEU cycle which runs from August 1, 2019, through July 31, 2022. Please take a few minutes to read through the information provided in this article to make sure you are aware of important CEU information and updates.
Momentous doesn’t do recipes. Their products are pages out of championship playbooks. From the San Francisco 49ers to the Boston Celtics, their elite athletic directors all play to win.
For athletic performance coaches to truly address the whole athlete, training the athlete’s brain can and should be addressed as passionately as physical strength and conditioning programs.
“The past four months since the 2019 CSCCa National Conference have flown by, and it’s hard to believe that another new school year has already begun. I want to take this opportunity to wish each of you a safe and successful athletic season…”
Bob Orsillo has shown that athletes can make decisions faster and with fewer mistakes by inspiring the plasticity within their brains to use instinctual on-field decision making, while eliminating many of the mistakes that are the result of “paralysis by analysis.”
Starting this fall, the University of Denver is offering two new specialized certificate programs. Not only do these new certificates provide excellent opportunities for S&C coaches to better their craft, both of them can be applied toward’s the University of Denver’s Master of Arts in Sport Coaching.