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In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with Coach Shelton Stevens, a seasoned coach with over 16 years of experience in the field. Currently serving as a Human Performance Specialist for the United States Army Special Operations Command, Shelton is entering his 6th year in this crucial role.
Before his tenure with the United States Military, Coach Stevens worked with various Division I institutions, making significant contributions as a strength and conditioning specialist. His journey took him through esteemed institutions such as Florida State University, Louisiana State University, Nova Southeastern University, University of Southern Mississippi, Mercer University, Arkansas State University, and Liberty University.

Throughout his career, Coach Stevens has had the honor of training numerous male and female teams, paving the way for countless professional athletes. His own experience as a Division II collegiate baseball player at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, FL, adds a unique perspective to his coaching philosophy. Furthermore, he holds a Masters degree in Athletic Administration from Nova Southeastern University, demonstrating his commitment to continuous learning.

Join us in this episode as we delve into Coach Stevens' remarkable journey, his insights into human performance, and the valuable lessons he's learned along the way. Whether you're an aspiring coach, an athlete, or simply someone looking for inspiration, this conversation with Coach Shelton Stevens is sure to leave you motivated and informed.

Timecodes:
00:02:38- What led you to a career in human performance?
00:09:20- How did you end up working for the military and how does that work?
00:14:55- What is the process like to get a job in the military?
00:20:40- How does working in the military compare to coaching in college?
00:27:35- How do you program and is there an off-season or they in-season all the time?
00:30:05- How much specialization goes into your training?
00:32:30- What’s the average weight of an operator’s gear when deployed?
00:36:50- What does a typical day look like for you?
00:38:30- What type of technology do you have access to, and how do you use it?
00:49:10- How rewarding is it to know that the people that you train are busy protecting our freedom?
01:00:05- Do you ever see yourself going back to coaching in college?
01:14:35- Tell me about your company 13 Bar Performance.
01:22:40- Conclusion

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Instagram @13barperformance
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Website https://www.13barperformance.com/

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In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with Coach Shelton Stevens, a seasoned coach with over 16 years of experience in the field. Currently serving as a Human Performance Specialist for the United States Army Special Operations Command, Shelton is entering his 6th year in this crucial role. Before his tenure with the United States Military, Coach Stevens worked with various Division I institutions, making significant contributions as a strength and conditioning specialist. His journey took him through esteemed institutions such as Florida State University, Louisiana State University, Nova Southeastern University, University of Southern Mississippi, Mercer University, Arkansas State University, and Liberty University. Throughout his career, Coach Stevens has had the honor of training numerous male and female teams, paving the way for countless professional athletes. His own experience as a Division II collegiate baseball player at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, FL, adds a unique perspective to his coaching philosophy. Furthermore, he holds a Masters degree in Athletic Administration from Nova Southeastern University, demonstrating his commitment to continuous learning. Join us in this episode as we delve into Coach Stevens' remarkable journey, his insights into human performance, and the valuable lessons he's learned along the way. Whether you're an aspiring coach, an athlete, or simply someone looking for inspiration, this conversation with Coach Shelton Stevens is sure to leave you motivated and informed. Timecodes: 00:02:38- What led you to a career in human performance? 00:09:20- How did you end up working for the military and how does that work? 00:14:55- What is the process like to get a job in the military? 00:20:40- How does working in the military compare to coaching in college? 00:27:35- How do you program and is there an off-season or they in-season all the time? 00:30:05- How much specialization goes into your training? 00:32:30- What’s the average weight of an operator’s gear when deployed? 00:36:50- What does a typical day look like for you? 00:38:30- What type of technology do you have access to, and how do you use it? 00:49:10- How rewarding is it to know that the people that you train are busy protecting our freedom? 01:00:05- Do you ever see yourself going back to coaching in college? 01:14:35- Tell me about your company 13 Bar Performance. 01:22:40- Conclusion --------------------- Links: Connect with Coach Moffitt Twitter @TommyMoffitt Instagram @tommymoffitt Connect with Shelton Stevens Twitter @SheltonGStevens Instagram @13barperformance Facebook Shelton Stevens Website https://www.13barperformance.com/ Resources: If you or your organization would like 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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