|Hans Straub||Head Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Graham Anderson||Basketball Strength Coach|
|Walter Bell||Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Tyson Brown||Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Greg Honeychuck||Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Robert Le Guen||Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach|
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING OPPORTUNITIES
For infomration on graduate assistantships, internships or volunteering with the USF Strength & Conditioning department, please contact the staff at email@example.com.
The goal of the program is to implement a comprehensive performance system encompassing the foundational principles of scientific research to advance the student-athlete’s abilities to succeed in their sport. We are dedicated to the mental, physical and academic development of all the athletes we have the opportunity to coach, teach and mentor.
Focuses of the program:
- Organize a scientific-based Periodization protocol that progressively stimulates the athlete’s development of the necessary strength and metabolic needs.
- Execute a meticulous, technique-focused instruction and teaching program prior to the introduction of all new training exercises.
- Implement Functional Movement Screening to evaluate injury risk from impaired or compensatory movement leading to chronic overuse and muscle strains.
Sport-Specific Performance Development
- Design a mobility, speed and conditioning program that satisfies the metabolic demands for the sport.
- Design and implement a power and strength development program that satisfies the overall strength demands for sport.
- Utilize research-based nutrition protocols for improved body composition.
- Improve flexibility and body awareness via proprioception training to reduce and limit athletic-related injuries.
- Demand student-athletes to be accountable for their performance and take responsibility for their actions and make no excuses for failure.
- Require perseverance and continuous focus to stay committed to the team goals and personal goals.
- Condition the student-athlete to maintain composure and to be patient during times of adversity.
"Nothing focuses the mind better than the constant sight of a competitor who wants to wipe you off the map."
- Wayne Calloway