The Buckeyes are fresh off of their 2014 National Championship victory over the Oregon Ducks and still living the dream. However, Coach Mickey Marotti, the squad's Assistant A.D. for Football Sports Performance, seems to have filed that great season to the past and is directing the Buckeyes' "GRIND" toward preparation for the coming season. They've added a few mid-year arrivals to a big returning group of Buckeyes and it will come as no surprise that Ohio State will be the 2015 Pre-Season #1 team in college football. Urban Meyer's Ohio State team has tweaked a few things this year already, including how they go about the daily grind. In fact, the newly revised training and practice schedule has already made a huge difference.
That being said, it's business as usual as Assistant Strength Coach Jeff Uhlenhake prepares for the Ohio State Football Speed Strength & Conditioning Clinic to be held on Saturday, March 7th, 2015 at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on the campus of the Ohio State University. The speakers for the Buckeye Strength Clinic are the OSU Strength Staff along with former Ohio State Assistant Strength Coach, now ASAP Sports Science Director Ted Lambrinides and former grad assistant and current Cincinnati Bengals' Strength Coach Chip Morton. So, all staff speakers are directly connected to the Buckeyes!
The clinic is designed to help you in many areas of athlete development. Those areas include, but are not limited to, Functional Movement, Prehabilitation, Elements of Rest and Recovery, Upper and Lower Body Training the OSU Way, and motivational factors applying to both the individual and team.
Registration is from 8am-9am with bagels and coffee included. Lectures begin at 9am and go thru 3pm with a short lunch break at noon (lunch provided). If you have questions or concerns you can email Clinic Director Coach Jeff Uhlenhake or call 614-292-9053
Ohio State Strength & Clinic Staff
Mickey Marotti ....
Topic: Leadership....Team Building and Motivation
Associate Director FB Strength & Conditioning Topic:
Get'n Bumpy with Shared Mindset
Parameters of Program Design for all Athletes
Chip Morton Cincinnati Bengals
You Can Go Home Again....Five Coaching Concepts I've Learned Along the Way
Ted Lambrinides ASAP Sports Science Director
Player Health: Keeping Players on the Field
ASAP Video and Blogpost by Ed Cicale
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