Watch this short video for a quick overview of what furthering your education at Coaches Corner U looks like.
Meet the Coaches
Head Coaches Paul Oneid and Tony Montgomery Jr created the curriculum at CCU with more than 30 years combined experience in the industry and advanced degrees in its study. They developed CCU to bring their knowledge and passion for research and teaching to the coaching community-at-large. Through CCU, Paul and Tony provide an asset to coaches for continued education, as well as facilitate the growth of athletes and clients by way of highly educated, passionate, supported coaches.
THE COMPLETE COACHES RESOURCE
Coaches Corner U builds the best coaches in the industry.
University-level courses cover myriad topics from training and nutrition to business development and the psychology of the athlete. Presentations are given through video lecture, powerpoint visuals, audio-only clip options (for education on the go!) and periodic skills tests to gauge your comprehension.
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Coaches Corner U follows six primary tracks providing foundational and in-depth knowledge across all facets of training. Suitable for beginner and tenured coaches.
Detailed lecture on upper and lower body mechanics, physiology, core training, injury prevention and more.
Programming + Periodization
Programming for strength, hypertrophy, and strength and conditioning, as well as programming theory lessons.
Nutrition + Supplementation
Everything you need to know about proper fueling for performance in nutrition, supplementation and biochemistry.
Focus on the business side of the fitness industry. Procedures, processes and paperwork to set yourself up for success.
Psychology + Communication
Explore psychological issues and impacts commonly found in athletes and coaches.
Discuss the latest research findings in exercise science and what they mean for practical applications.
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