Getting a Job as a Strength and Conditioning Coach – S & C Jobs – How to get a Strength Coach Job
One thing that isn’t taught in strength and conditioning courses is how to get a job coming out of college. How do you break into the S&C field? In this lecture, coach Jason Spray covers the tips he learned from his earlier industry mentors, and explains how things work in the strength and conditioning job market and how to get a strength coach job.
“Continuing education will do numerous things for your program. First, your education will forever evolve, which keeps your program from becoming stale. If you just sit back on your laurels and think you have all the answers, you’re wrong. This industry is forever changing, and there’s nothing wrong with changing your mind.”~Jason Spray
• 1. Educate (1:55)
• 2. Time Under the Bar (5:55)
• 3. Floor Time (9:15)
• 4. Work for Free…Network (11:30)
• 5. Observe Other Coaches (14:05)
• 6. Courtesy of Al Vermeil (17:05)
• 7. Loyalty (19:10)
• 8. Be Humble (20:25)
• 9. Carry Yourself as a Professional (21:05)
• 10. Be Persistent (22:10)
• BONUS TIP! (23:10)
Jason Spray, MS, CSCS, SCCC, USAW, is an expert sports performance coach who has been involved in sports performance at the collegiate level and has worked with athletes from many sports to improve performance, eliminate dysfunction and recover from injury. You can reach Jason through his site at jasonspray.com.