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Strength & Conditioning: Home

A guide to Strength & Conditioning research for student interns in the JMU Strength & Conditioning Department.

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Pelletier, T. (2015)

So you want to be involved in the intercollegiate strength & conditioning profession?  Well, you're going to have to research the best ways to help reduce the likelihood of injury in an athlete and enhance athletic performance. Strength and conditioning is based on various disciplines including physiology, anatomy, biomechanics and psychology to help coaches build more physically and mentally resilient athletes.

This guide will help you find the best resources to support your academic & professional career.  Use the tabs at the top to help you locate background information sources, scholarly articles, evidence-based practice resources or citation tools.

If you need additional help, please feel free to contact me with any questions. If the icon to the right says "Available for chat", you can ask a question and a health sciences librarian will answer in real-time. 

 

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Lara Sapp
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