Strength and Conditioning: Applied Performance Practitioner

This course will enable you to deliver excellence as a strength and conditioning coach. The challenges for the modern S&C coach are numerous and varied, ranging from utilising quality processes for programming to nurturing and maintaining relationships with coaches and athletes through to simply finding ways to keep people engaged.  

This programme will support you by providing frameworks that enable you to find clarity, methods that unlock engagement, explore relationships with coaches, enable you to embrace the environment to create more impact and ensure you are keeping your session delivery lively and effective.

Course Tutor

Strength and Conditioning: Applied Performance Practitioner Supporting Champions

Nick Grantham, Strength and Conditioning Programme Course Tutor

Nick Grantham is a specialist in athletic preparation and has a wealth of knowledge in the physical preparation and injury rehabilitation of high performance athletes. 

Nick led the sport science support for British Gymnastics, England Netball and worked for the English Institute of Sport. Nick runs his own consultancy, supporting the Chinese National Football team, the RFU, Great Britain’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams, Championship and Premiership football teams and action sport athletes. Nick has featured in leading publications and is a best selling author.

Nick is ideally placed to support you to excellence as a strength and conditioning coach owing to his vast experience, his fusion of rigour, practical application and his ‘tell it like it is’ approach. His continued success in a host of different environments will offer you an extra edge for your career as an S&C coach.

Course Information

Difficulty: Advanced

Supporting Champions

We utilise the lessons learned from the last 25 years of working in high performance sports and businesses to support and champion you, your teams and systems.

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