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Strength Interval Training

 

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Let's Move! Active Schools National Award Recipient 2016 

 

Instructor: Mr. Darin Nolan

Course: Strength & Conditioning

Room: Weight Room

Periods: 2nd & 4th                                                                                  

Phone: 676-6470 ext. 7156

Email: darin.nolan@bellinghamschools.org     

Strength Interval Training Course Syllabus

Standard 4 Expectations Chart and Rubric.docx   

 

PE Make-Up Activity Sheet

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What's happening in Raider Strength Training & Conditioning...

 

Welcome to Red Raider Strength & Conditioning. Check out the folders on the right side of this page for valuable information regarding Strength Training & Conditioning. I hope you find this website a valuable resource for your training needs.

Strength Training & Conditioning students will be instructed in basic principles of strength training & conditioning for personal fitness and development. The course focus is on strength training which includes instruction in lifts & principles of strength training and conditioning. Students will be provided a quality workout opportunity based on the strength training principles taught. Topics, which may be explored, include systematic strength training, plyometric (explosion) training, speed & agility training, physiology of exercise, and other training methods. Tests and measurements of fitness, strength, & conditioning, as a means of evaluating progress, will be part of this course.

~Coach Nolan  

 

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