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Summary

Nationally recognized strength and conditioning coach Ron McKeefery teaches you exactly how to become your own CEO Strength Coach. Coach McKeefery has served at both the professional and collegiate level. He is published in numerous industry publications and is a highly sought-after speaker.

This book not only tells Ron's story, it teaches you how to avoid the mistakes he made and leads you through the trials he faced prior to being honored as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach and named Under Armour Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year.

You will learn to become a technician in your field, why most coaches remain only technicians, how to become an effective manager, and what it takes to be an entrepreneur in strength and conditioning.

A detailed, step-by-step process is provided to ensure you don't miss anything as you learn how to pursue a successful career. You will draw from his experiences in order to learn what it takes to not only be the best strength and conditioning coach that you can possibly be but you will also learn how to manage your time better, find room for a family life inside of a career that takes up more time than most, and how to ultimately be happy in all of the successes you achieve as a coach, no matter how big or small they may seem.

©2015 Ron McKeefery (P)2016 Ron McKeefery

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  • Nick Guerra
  • 11-07-18

A Book for Every New Strength Coach

Breezed through this book and plan on going back to listen to it a 2nd or 3rd time because of the wealth of information to take away. As a young strength coach there's a lot of information to be learned and I feel this book has really given me a blue print on how to be successful in the field and in your life outside of coaching.

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  • kw
  • 31-05-18

amazing

this book was recommended to me by an instructor my senior year of undergrad, and I chose to wait to read it until about a year later. Long story short, that was a terrible decision.

This book is a must read for anyone even thinking of going in to the strength and conditioning field. It is one that I will read and re- read at least once a great.

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  • Jens Andri Fylkisson
  • 04-07-17

A life changer. A must for all strength coaches.

loved it. awesome book. now I will start again to listen to it. A life changer

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  • MGragg
  • 12-05-17

Excellent Resource

Coming from a young aspiring strength and conditioning coach-this book outlines what to expect and how to excel when entering the s&school game. I found the portion about what to include with cover letters, resume building, and taking site visits to be most helpful for what I can do now to improve myself. Thanks coach Mac.

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  • terra cardwell
  • 25-10-16

more of a biography about a strength coach

i was hoping this would have business concepts that would crossover to fitness industry, but its more of a biography of a strength coach. and the reader....very drab

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-05-16

Good nuggets

the book had a lot of good nuggets in their. Especially on how to balance work and family life.