USA
Strength and Conditioning Coaches
Hall of Fame

Forty-nine individuals have been selected by the Board of Directors for the prestigious honor of induction into the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame. The individuals were inducted into one of three categories:

Professional | Collegiate | Contributor

2009 is the seventh year individuals have been nominated to receive this honor in recognition of their significant contributions to the field of strength and conditioning on a national and international level. Their tremendous influence on innumerable coaches and athletes alike, on all levels of atheletics, has been widely recognized and respected for the role it has played in the development of this important field. Organized strength and conditioning programs have undoubtedly made competitive athletics more explosive and more exciting as athletes have made great improvements in strength, power, speed, speed endurance, and body control. These programs have been extremely effective in reducing the rate of athletic injuries as well.

A plaque recognizing and honoring each of these individuals by name is currently on display at the York Barbell Museum in York, PA.

CLICK HERE to see the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame Ring

 
 

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