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Strength & Conditioning Journal:
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0000000000000028
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Developing Expertise in Strength and Conditioning Coaching

Grant, Matthew A. PhD1; Dorgo, Sandor PhD, CSCS2

Grant, Matthew A. PhD1; Dorgo, Sandor PhD, CSCS2

Grant, Matthew A. PhD1; Dorgo, Sandor PhD, CSCS2

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Abstract

ABSTRACT: THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO DESCRIBE AND APPLY THE SALIENT CHARACTERISTICS AND LEARNING PREFERENCES OF EACH OF THE 3 STAGES OF EXPERT DEVELOPMENT—BEGINNER, COMPETENT, AND EXPERT—TO STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING (SC) COACHING TO SUGGEST A MORE ROBUST AND EFFECTIVE CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR SC COACHES. BASED ON OVER 4 DECADES OF EXPERT THEORY AND CURRENT SC RESEARCH, AUTHORS HIGHLIGHT LEARNING PREFERENCES AND COACHING RECOMMENDATIONS TO PRECIPITATE DEVELOPMENT OF EXPERT CHARACTERISTICS, EXPERIENCES, SKILLS, AND KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THIS FIELD. FURTHERMORE, RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH STUDIES BASED ON THE LITERATURE REVIEWED ARE PROVIDED.

© 2014 by the National Strength & Conditioning Association

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