Strength & Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning

Mission Statement

The charge of the Colorado State University Strength and Conditioning staff is to provide a safe and positive environment that allows student-athletes and coaches to work together towards developing the full physical and mental potential of each student-athlete.

Resistance training, speed development, conditioning, flexibility, and proper dietary practices are the core of the program. These areas are based on the latest research and utilize sport-specific training methods. Modeled in a year-round cycle, the program is designed to produce bigger, leaner, stronger, faster, and more physically explosive student-athletes.


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Objectives:

  1. Injury Prevention;
  2. Increase total body strength and power;
  3. Increase lean muscle mass and lower body fat;
  4. Improve sport-specific conditioning;
  5. Improve speed, agility, and flexibility;
  6. Improve mental and physical self-esteem;
  7. Improve athlete performance

 

Strength & Conditioning Staff

Mike Kent, Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-7477 E-Mail
Jason Phillips, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-3201 E-Mail
Rashad Harris, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-7477 E-Mail
Tracy Ljone, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-0747 E-Mail
Adam Kuehl, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-0747 E-Mail
Jacquelyn Harris, Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach 970/491-0747 E-Mail

Student Warmups

Strength & Conditioning Camps and Clinics

Upcoming Camps and Clinics: