62: Elevate Your Coaching With A World Class Philosophy

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In episode 62 Scott Caulfield, Director Of Strength & Conditioning at Colorado College, joins us.

Specifically Scott will be looking at:

  • What a coaching philosophy is
  • Importance of a strong philosophy
  • How to develop your elite coaching philosophy
  • How he developed his own philosophy

About Scott

"Scott Caulfield directs the oversight, development and management of individual and group strength and conditioning programs for all student-athletes participating in the College's two Division I programs (Men's Ice Hockey & Women's Soccer) and 15 Division III programs. He has been involved in fitness and athletics for more than two decades, including as Head S&C Coach/Coaching Education Manager at the NSCA Headquarters from 2011-2019. He utilized those 20+ years of "under the bar" lifting and coaching experience in a variety of different roles in support of the NSCA's mission as the worldwide authority on strength and conditioning. Prior to joining the NSCA, he served as an assistant strength & conditioning coach at Dartmouth College from 2008-11, working primarily with the football, men's & women's swimming, and rugby teams. From 2006-08, he was the head strength and conditioning coach and director of camps for the back-to-back American Basketball Association champions, Vermont Frost Heaves."

Instagram: @coachcaulfield
Twitter: @scottcaulfield
Website: https://www.coachcaulfield.com/

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