Why do I continue to learn and apply new sports training methods?
The purpose of continuing my sports training education is to stay abreast of evolving knowledge and skills in the profession, and to promote the ongoing competency of those certified. Because scientific knowledge, training techniques, and equipment are continuously evolving in strength and conditioning, periodic reporting of continuing education is needed to ensure that certified individuals are continually competent.
NSCA Clinics give me the opportunity to get up close and personal with industry experts while immersing yourself in specific knowledge areas such as nutrition, mobility, endurance, sports-specific training and more. Join us to gain in-depth information on specialized topics in a smaller, more interactive setting.
Held annually, NSCA Conferences are an exceptional way for me to learn the latest research, techniques, and breakthrough performance methods used by top professionals around the world. I can learn from the best and grow your network! All of our conferences provide CEU opportunities.
State and regional conferences
I Learn, participate and network with colleagues in my state or region while earning CEUs. Hosted by the state and regional directors, these local events bring cutting-edge research and application to my backyard.
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 field.
Certified youth sports fitness trainer Rance Palmer has Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification