In this episode of the Decoding Excellence Show, I'm discussing the polarizing topic of strength and conditioning programs, across the country, offering paid vs. unpaid internships in the field and industry. There is merit on both sides of the conversation and I attempt to paint the picture and detail the different perspectives from both camps.
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