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Operator: 410-543-6000

Nein, Matthew

Mgr. Facilities & Fitness Programs/Strength & Conditioning Coach, Athletics

Maggs Center (MC) 146A
410-543-6345 or ext 36345
maneinsalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • AHPH 515-191 APPLIED STRGTH & CONDITIONING
    Application of concepts and principles presented in AHPH 512 and AHPH 513. Students will be assigned a group of athletes to train. The student will work under the direction of the course instructor to design, implement and modify the strength and conditioning programs for their athletes. Emphasis will be placed on tailoring the strength and conditioning programs to best meet the individual athlete's needs. Prerequisites: AHPH 512, AHPH 513, and American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR. Three hours per week

2014 Fall

  • AHPH 515-191 APPLIED STRGTH & CONDITIONING
    Application of concepts and principles presented in AHPH 512 and AHPH 513. Students will be assigned a group of athletes to train. The student will work under the direction of the course instructor to design, implement and modify the strength and conditioning programs for their athletes. Emphasis will be placed on tailoring the strength and conditioning programs to best meet the individual athlete's needs. Prerequisites: AHPH 512, AHPH 513, and American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR. Three hours per week
  • EXSC 250-050 STRGTH TRNG TECH/PROG DES
    Examination of strength training techniques and program design. Emphasis placed on proper form and utilization of various workout designs to complement larger training goals. Gain experience in the theoretical and practical aspects of designing individual workout sessions, periodization and programming to enhance progression. May not receive credit for both EXSC 250 and EXSC 312. Prerequisite: PHEC 106/PHED 175. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 250-051 STRGTH TRNG TECH/PROG DES
    Examination of strength training techniques and program design. Emphasis placed on proper form and utilization of various workout designs to complement larger training goals. Gain experience in the theoretical and practical aspects of designing individual workout sessions, periodization and programming to enhance progression. May not receive credit for both EXSC 250 and EXSC 312. Prerequisite: PHEC 106/PHED 175. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 250-052 STRGTH TRNG TECH/PROG DES
    Examination of strength training techniques and program design. Emphasis placed on proper form and utilization of various workout designs to complement larger training goals. Gain experience in the theoretical and practical aspects of designing individual workout sessions, periodization and programming to enhance progression. May not receive credit for both EXSC 250 and EXSC 312. Prerequisite: PHEC 106/PHED 175. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.

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