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In today's episode, we talk with Kyle Feldman (pronounced Kylee), who has been
immersed in strength and conditioning for 27 years. She worked as a Graduate Assistant at the University of Colorado, Assistant Strength Coach at Northern Colorado, Air Force Academy, Oregon State, University of Washington, and Auburn University. She’s been a part of several
Pac Ten, SEC titles, and a NCAA National Title, (Swimming). During her 5 years
at Auburn University, she also served as the strength coach for a few members
of the Caribbean National Track Team.

Kyle has her Master’s in Physical Education- Coaching and a bachelor’s degree in AHSS- Minor in Dance. She is currently certified with her CSCS*D (Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist with Distinction) with the National Strength &
Conditioning Associate (NSCA)- (within the certification is a background in
Nutrition). Club Coach level 1- USAW (USA weightlifting), and CPR/AED
Certified Kyle participated with the Colorado State Dance Team for three years.

Timecodes:
00:00:50- Introduction
00:02:50- How did you get started in Strength and Conditioning
00:13:50- Of all your mentors, which one of them has had the most to do with how you training athletes now?
00:19:14- How many teams do you work with at Father Ryan?
00:22:30- How do you schedule for 26-30 teams?
00:24:15- How big is your weightroom?
00:28:05- How do you handle multi-sport athletes?
00:31:30- Are there athletic trainers present when you train?
00:34:10- At what age/grade level do your athletes begin training?
00:37:00- How much time do you get to spend on sprint work & running?
00:41:40- Do you find yourself training the teams more often than 1 or 2 times in-season
00:54:40- How did you end up getting the job at Father Ryan?
01:01:30- Can you talk to us about what a regular day looks like for you in the offseason?
01:05:25- How has our profession changed and what advice do you have for young coaches?
01:23:30- How do you advocate for the athletes at Father Ryan?
01:34:00- Conclusion
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Links:
Connect with Coach Moffitt
Twitter @TommyMoffitt
Instagram @tommymoffitt
Connect with Coach Kyle Feldman
Instagram @frhs_strength @wghtcoachk

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In today's episode, we talk with Kyle Feldman (pronounced Kylee), who has been immersed in strength and conditioning for 27 years. She worked as a Graduate Assistant at the University of Colorado, Assistant Strength Coach at Northern Colorado, Air Force Academy, Oregon State, University of Washington, and Auburn University. She’s been a part of several Pac Ten, SEC titles, and a NCAA National Title, (Swimming). During her 5 years at Auburn University, she also served as the strength coach for a few members of the Caribbean National Track Team. Kyle has her Master’s in Physical Education- Coaching and a bachelor’s degree in AHSS- Minor in Dance. She is currently certified with her CSCS*D (Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist with Distinction) with the National Strength & Conditioning Associate (NSCA)- (within the certification is a background in Nutrition). Club Coach level 1- USAW (USA weightlifting), and CPR/AED Certified Kyle participated with the Colorado State Dance Team for three years. Timecodes : 00:00:50- Introduction 00:02:50- How did you get started in Strength and Conditioning 00:13:50- Of all your mentors, which one of them has had the most to do with how you training athletes now? 00:19:14- How many teams do you work with at Father Ryan? 00:22:30- How do you schedule for 26-30 teams? 00:24:15- How big is your weightroom? 00:28:05- How do you handle multi-sport athletes? 00:31:30- Are there athletic trainers present when you train? 00:34:10- At what age/grade level do your athletes begin training? 00:37:00- How much time do you get to spend on sprint work & running? 00:41:40- Do you find yourself training the teams more often than 1 or 2 times in-season 00:54:40- How did you end up getting the job at Father Ryan? 01:01:30- Can you talk to us about what a regular day looks like for you in the offseason? 01:05:25- How has our profession changed and what advice do you have for young coaches? 01:23:30- How do you advocate for the athletes at Father Ryan? 01:34:00- Conclusion --------------------- Links: Connect with Coach Moffitt Twitter @TommyMoffitt Instagram @tommymoffitt Connect with Coach Kyle Feldman Instagram @frhs_strength @wghtcoachk --------------------- Resources : If you or your organization would like to To know more about The Moffitt Method, please schedule a call with one of our coaches. Book a Call Reviews : If you have been enjoying this show please take a moment to rate and review us on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you are consuming this podcast. Give us a follow on social media: Instagram Facebook Website YouTube Twitter leer más leer menos

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