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139. Strength & Conditioning Director Scott Caulfield on Lifting at Home, Strength Scheduling, and Stocking a Home Gym: Scott Caulfield joins us on the Strength Running Podcast today. He's currently the director of strength and conditioning at Colorado College and previously the coaching education manager and head strength and conditioning coach for the National Strength a

139. Strength & Conditioning Director Scott Caulfield on Lifting at Home, Strength Scheduling, and Stocking a Home Gym: Scott Caulfield joins us on the Strength Running Podcast today. He's currently the director of strength and conditioning at Colorado College and previously the coaching education manager and head strength and conditioning coach for the National Strength a

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139. Strength & Conditioning Director Scott Caulfield on Lifting at Home, Strength Scheduling, and Stocking a Home Gym: Scott Caulfield joins us on the Strength Running Podcast today. He's currently the director of strength and conditioning at Colorado College and previously the coaching education manager and head strength and conditioning coach for the National Strength a

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37 minutes
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May 14, 2020
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Scott Caulfield is the director of strength and conditioning at Colorado College and previously the coaching education manager and head strength and conditioning coach for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He holds a bachelor's degree in physical education, a master's degree in sports coaching, and three important certifications: Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with Distinction (NSCA) Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach with Distinction (NSCA) Level 2 Advanced Sports Performance Coach (USA Weightlifting) Scott has held strength coaching roles at Dartmouth College, the River Valley Club, the Vermont Frost Heaves, and Colorado College. Topics from this episode include: What a "Director of Strength & Conditioning" typically does on a day to day basis The strength training differences needed for runners vs. hockey players How to lift effectively at home without a lot of equipment The strength implements he recommends buying for a total of less than $90 How to schedule strength training as an endurance runner Show Links & Resources: Strength Running's free strength ecourse Weight training for runners Follow Scott on Twitter Learn more about Colorado College Stock a home gym for less than $100 Support our Sponsor, Inside Tracker This episode would not have been possible without Inside Tracker, who is offering a 10% discount on any of their tests with code strengthrunning. They test over 40 biomarkers, like various stress hormones, to determine if you’re training too hard, too little, or have any physiological weaknesses that can be remedied by either diet, exercise, or lifestyle changes. In other words, you learn about problems that have actionable solutions. After getting your results, they communicate what you can do to lift or lower your results into the optimal range. For any runner who wants every advantage, to see what they’re truly capable of achieving, I highly recommend Inside Tracker. I’ve personally used their ‘Ultimate Package’ tier and loved the process and results. Don’t forget to use code strengthrunning to save 10% on any test (including their affordable DIY and Essentials)!
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May 14, 2020
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