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    Question Strength and Conditioning

    According to the Directory, Sheppard and Becton work with football players. Moser and Hammerly are listed as "olympic sports". If anyone knows, do these two guys have all athletes in diverse sports like volleyball, WBB, MBB, men and women track & field etc.? Or, do the coaches of those sports have oversight of the weight training of their athletes?


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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    While I was there it was the Olympic sport coaches who handled all of the sports outside of Football. Pretty amazing how many athletes go through the Rec's weight room on a given day. Obviously sports like swimming and track etc. the workouts were mostly done throughout the day on the athletes schedule so they were ultimately responsible for thier effort in the workout. that may have all changed since Andy is noy the Strength coach. I was there when Rourke was the head man. 1999-02



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    I was a student manager under Wayne Morgan for his first year. Then, Mosier did men's basketball as well as other sports.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Thanks, first hand info is always appreciated. Are there two weight areas - football and everyone else? Are rehab and therapy areas associated with the weight rooms?


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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Shepp is making the players wish Getty was back.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Quote Originally Posted by CrossCyed View Post
    Shepp is making the players wish Getty was back.

    Why? What is he doing?



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    4:45 AM workouts for starters.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    morning workouts suck. wish I stuck with them when I was in school.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    I've been part of both and as much as it sucked getting up early in the morning, it was nice to be done for the day at 7 am as opposed to starting at 2:30 and for 1 year starting at 6 and not being done till 8:30. I would take morning workouts over late workouts any time. Its well worth it when the wins come.


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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Physical therapy and rehab is split between the rec and the main training room in the Jacobsen building. Most teams work out together, I think that is coach preferance. I believe Moser does all the programs, but the coaches have some input. Some teams choose not to use the strength coaches, i.e. wrestling does it on their own.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Guess there is no time to hang out at night if you re up at 4:00.


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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Physical therapy is on the main (1st) floor of the rec only. Cyclone Athletic Training is at the Jake and the Rec, thats where our athletes recieve thier treatment and rehab for sports injuries. http://www.cycloneathletictraining.com/ We have a great program.. check it out. you can also see the facilities here.

    Basketball (M & W) have a weight room and athletic training room at Hilton as well.



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    Re: Strength and Conditioning

    Quote Originally Posted by jparker22 View Post
    Basketball (M & W) have a weight room and athletic training room at Hilton as well.
    that weight room has been dormant for a few years. ive worked for hilton tech crew since april 2004. all of the eqiupment in the room is moved into the corners and the room is used for storage.

    no idea where the bball team lift now, but its not there. im sure the hilton additions will include new training facilities.



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