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National Strength & Conditioning Association


Bridge the gap between science and application and visit the NSCA in booth 1811 for information on certification, education, membership, show specials and more. The National Strength and Conditioning Association is the worldwide authority on strength and conditioning, supporting and disseminating research-based knowledge and its practical application to improve athletic performance and fitness. The NSCA is an international nonprofit educational association founded in 1978 and represents more than 45,000 certified professionals. Drawing upon its vast network of members, the NSCA develops and presents the most advanced information regarding strength training and conditioning practices, injury prevention, and research findings. By working to find practical applications for new research findings in the strength and conditioning field, the association fosters the development of strength training and conditioning as a discipline and as a profession. The NSCA offers four credentials of distinction: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®), Certified Special Population Specialist™ (CSPS™), the NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer® (NSCA-CPT®) and Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator™ (TSAC-F™). Highly recognized and highly sought after in the industry, NSCA-certified professionals exhibit the knowledge and expertise in strength and conditioning above others.

Booth No. 1811

This company is an exhibitor at The Club Industry Show and an advertiser in the September 2012 issue of Club Industry.

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