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I don't usually do shameless plugs on here, but here goes:
All our programs are written by D1 Strength and Conditioning Coaches with backgrounds at the Univ. of Tennessee, FIU and Ball State. Programs range from developmental programs to upper level programs similar to what we used at the prior mentioned schools.
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Just curious why does it have to be a D1 program? There are a lot of really great things happening in strength and conditioning departments at the D2 and D3 levels. Also some NAIA programs are doing some pretty impressive things.
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I have a copy of the USC strength & conditioning manual that they hand out to the freshman coming from high school. It's like 100 pages long and insanely detail oriented with weight programs and conditioning drills.
If you are serious is there any way I could get a copy of that