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doi: 10.1519/SSC.0000000000000026
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Becoming an Effective Strength and Conditioning Coach

Gilbert, Wade D. PhD; Baldis, Mark W. PhD, CSCS

Gilbert, Wade D. PhD; Baldis, Mark W. PhD, CSCS

Gilbert, Wade D. PhD; Baldis, Mark W. PhD, CSCS

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Abstract

ABSTRACT: THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO PRESENT RESEARCH-BASED GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING EFFECTIVENESS AS A STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH. THE GUIDELINES ARE BASED ON A REVIEW OF SOCIAL-LEARNING APPROACHES TO COACH AND TEACHER EDUCATION. THE ARTICLE OPENS WITH A DEFINITION OF COACH EFFECTIVENESS AND THEN PROVIDES GUIDANCE ON HOW TO DEVELOP COACH EFFECTIVENESS BY APPLYING 5 FEATURES OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING COMMUNITIES TO THE WORK OF STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACHES.

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