Now, more than ever, coaches need to evaluate the training and coaching of their athletes. Once again, serious head and neck injuries have moved to the national forefront this week with the death of yet another great football player. Coach Kim Wood understands the role of the strength coach. His strength clinics will address this issue...and address the X's and O's of getting the most out of physical training. Roll up your sleeves.....
...Ed Cicale www.athleticstrengthandpower.com
Cincinnati, Ohio: "The Quest continues......"
Kim Wood was one of the first strength coaches in the National Football League. Hired by the legendary Paul Brown, Coach Wood conducted the strength training program for the Cincinnati Bengals for 28 years. Two of the teams played in the Super Bowl...competing for the NFL's biggest prize. Kim had the opportunity to work with some of the game's finest players. Now, he's planning on paying forward... a strength clinic that will provide training information...real information....that coaches can truly use to improve their programs.
Leading the way with the awareness campaign of truly, preparing football players for the game, Kim Wood has taken a proactive role in the coaching community to educate coaches about head and neck training.
The Quest Continues...... with the Key Speakers
Dan Riley... 30-year NFL Strength Coach... strength coach for Joe Gibbs' Super Bowl Champion Washington Redskins
Mike Gittleson... Bo Schembechler's first and only strength coach... 30-year strength coach University of Michigan. He has a blog
Mark Asanovich... 15-Year Pro Strength Coach for Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens and Minnesota Vikings
Ben Oldham... 36-year Southeastern Conference Football Official... Has officiated 20 NCAA Bowl Games including the Rose, Sugar, Cotton, Fiesta and Orange Bowls
John Wood... Combat Grip Strength and http://www.footballstrength.com/
Kim Wood... 30-year NFL Strength Coach for the Cincinnati Bengals... First full-time strength coach in NFL history
Ray "Rock" Oliver: NFL and NBA strength coach... current Head Strength Coach for the University of Kentucky Wildcats
Ted Lambrinides: Strength Coach at The University of Kentucky
Get registered today!! This year's clinic will have a revised format. Meet and discuss training issues with the top strength coaches in the game. $25.00 That's it.... yes, not a misprint. Get involved. Network. Develop proffesional relationships that can last a lifetime.