In this episode of the Decoding Excellence show, I am speaking with Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for the University of Tennessee, Coach Greg Adamson.
Coach Adamson to Tennessee after serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Winthrop in 2011-12. While at Winthrop, he developed training regimens and programs for women's basketball, baseball, men's & women's Soccer, track and field, men's tennis, and lacrosse. Prior to his time at Winthrop, he served as a graduate assistant for strength and conditioning at Central Michigan for two years, where he worked with four top 25 teams.
Coach Adamson and I discuss:
- His background into S&C
- Coaching progressions & evolutions
- Empowerment & Education
- Battling Entitlement
- The Power of Youth Coaching
- Characteristics of Great Coaches
- Problem Solvers & Enthusiasts
- Favorite Books from 2016
- Utilization of Sports Technology
- Building Sport-Science Buy-in
- His Definition of Excellence
You can catch up with Coach Adamson on Twitter at @UTCoachGreg
This episode of the Decoding Excellence show is brought to you by Vald Performance, the makers of the NordBord, DashBord, and the GroinBar. They can be found at ValdPerformance.com
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