I sincerely hope everyone is doing well as we enter the summer season. Everyone is working to determine if, when, and how athletes will return to their academic institutions in preparation for the fall athletic competitive season. This will vary from state to state and from institution to institution.
Greetings from the CSCCa National Office! I sincerely hope that you and your families are doing well and are staying healthy and safe during these unprecedented times due to COVID-19.
As we approach the national conference each year, I reflect and marvel upon the growth the CSCCa has experienced. This year is an especially important year as it is our organization’s 20th anniversary celebration.
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 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…”
The CSCCa Executive Director, Dr. Chuck Stiggins, reflects on the amazing success of the 2019 CSCCa National Conference, and announces the publication of the CSCCa and NSCA Joint Consensus Guidelines for Transition Periods: Safe Return to Training Following Inactivity.
Health and safety continues to be a top priority of the CSCCa and its member coaches. January and February can be a time during which athletes are at increased risk due to many athletes being away from training for an extended period of time due to the holiday break between school semesters.
With a new school year now underway, CSCCa Executive Director Dr. Chuck Stiggins sends his best wishes for a safe and successful athletic season, and gives coaches an update on the progress of three important committees.
In this important safety message, the Executive Director of the CSCCa, Dr. Chuck Stiggins, reminds members that the health and safety of the athlete is the primary duty and concern of a strength and conditioning coach.
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