Learn advanced concepts in programming and specialized training techniques for top athletic performance with the NCSF Certified Strength Coach (CSC) program. Develop the knowledge and skills to effectively work with athletes of all ages and take your career to the next level.
The NCSF Advanced Concepts of Strength & Conditioning textbook is the foremost text for up-to-date, evidence-based information in the ﬁeld of strength and conditioning. The 18 chapters cover relevant topics in the process of developing high-level competency in human performance.
The book includes key elements of strength and conditioning including athletic analysis, corrective training methods, speed and power development, all of which culminates in advanced program design. The textbook features program templates for numerous sports as well as strategic methodology for intermittent sport conditioning and training for competitive endurance events. Included with the text are over 150 illustrations of essential Olympic and performance-based lifts and conditioning drills.
Chapter 1 -- Introduction to Strength & Conditioning
Chapter 2 -- Sport Analysis for Program Development
Chapter 3 -- Performance Assessment for Elite Athletes
Chapter 4 -- Sport Biomechanics
Chapter 5 -- Corrective Exercise
Chapter 6 -- Sport Metabolism
Chapter 7 -- Sport Nutrition
Chapter 8 -- Ergogenic Aids
Chapter 9 -- Performance Preparation
Chapter 10 -- Foundations and Techniques for Olympic Weightlifting
Chapter 11 -- Theories and Concepts for Speed, Agility and Quickness Training
Chapter 12 -- Technique and Instruction for Speed, Agility and Quickness Training
Chapter 13 -- Considerations for Programming
Chapter 14 -- Programming for Sport Performance
Chapter 15 -- Periodization Methods for Sport
Chapter 16 -- Conditioning for Intermittent Sports
Chapter 17 -- Training Methods for Endurance Sports
Chapter 18 -- Injury Prevention and Return to Competition
Eligible exam candidates must meet the minimum passing score to attain the Certified Strength Coach (CSC) Credential. The NCSF-CSC Exam is comprised of 150 multiple-choice questions, proportionately sectioned to assess the requisite seven (7) content areas.
Certified Strength Coach Exam Breakdown:
Performance Assessment and Evaluation
Nutrition and Ergogenic Aids
Training Techniques for Athletic Performance
Advanced Programming for Sport
Injury Prevention and Return to Competition
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This Comprehensive Course Consists of:
Advanced Concepts of Strength & Conditioning Textbook (Hardcopy)
672 pages of solid information anyone needs to learn how to improve sport performance through strength training
Advanced Concepts of Strength & Conditioning Textbook (Digital Edition)
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