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Written by a strength and conditioning professional for strength and conditioning professionals.


Putting student-athletes in positions to lead showed immediate results.

Read more to learn how to foster this leadership.


It is our (strength coahes) job to give them everything they need and nothing that they don’t.

Read more to learn how to optimize athlete’s performance.


We want to guide athletes to proper nutritional habits to help fuel performance.

Read more to learn about this nutrition education.


You don’t improve performance in the weight room, you improve during your recovery.

Read more to learn how to improve athlete’s rest & recovery.


I write to share within our profession, build my skills and build my brand

Kaitlyn Cunningham is the Assistant Basketball Strength & Conditioning Coach at Clemson University. She is directly responsible for programming all aspects of the women’s basketball program, and also assists with men’s basketball.


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