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The Prepare to Win Series is here!

Our first article presents information on High School Strength and Conditioning programs and is written by John Guers. Coach Guers is very qualified in his field, has played football and is passionate about helping coaches/players win.

Lucky for us coaches, he has agreed to write an entire detailed series that will help us maximize our High School Strength and Conditioning programs.

His Credentials:

  1. B.S. Exercise Science - East Stroudsburg University
  2. M.S. Exercise Science - East Stroudsburg University
  3. Doctoral Student Applied Physiology - University of Delaware
  4. Research Assistant - University of Delaware
  5. NSCA - Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  6. United States Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach
  7. 3 years college teaching experience
  • M.S. Thesis Research - “Comparison of Lower Body Kinematics During a Reactive Agility Assessment in Male and Female Division II Soccer Players”
  • B.S. Thesis Research - “Reliability of Fatigue Measured During a Repeat Sprint Protocol with Self-Selected Recovery"
  • Glaister, M, Witmer, C, Clarke, DW, Guers, JJ, Heller, JL, and Moir, GL. Familiarization, reliability, and evaluation of a multiple sprint running test using self-selected recovery periods. J Strength Cond Res 24(x): 000-000, 2009
  • Guers, J., S.E. Davis, G. L. Moir & C. Witmer (2011). “Knee kinematics during Anticipated and Unanticipated Cutting Movements in Male and Female Soccer Players” American College of Sports Medicine 58th Annual Meeting and 2nd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine 43(5): S426

  • Guers, J., G. Moir, S.E. Davis, & C.A. Witmer (2009) Comparison of knee kinematics in male and female soccer players. Presented at the 4th annual Coaches and Sport Science College. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. December 18th.

  • Guers, J., S.E. Davis, G. L. Moir & C. Witmer (2011). “Knee kinematics during Anticipated and Unanticipated Cutting Movements in Male and Female Soccer Players” National ACSM, Denver, CO, 2011

I've known John for a long time and have seen first hand his knowledge, expertise and passion come out in his daily work. Coaches, he is a great resource for such a critical component when you're preparing to win and we are honored to have him here at fastandfuriousfootball.com.

Read his stuff, ask him questions, use him as a resource. His bio is listed directly below the article. His email is guersjohn@gmail.com and he writes on other topics at http://exerciseopinions.blogspot.com/

Here is his first article in a multi-part series titled:

"5 Fatal Flaws coaches make in their High School Strength and Conditioning Program."

Part 2 is heading your way on Friday.

Prepare to Win and Enjoy!

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Bio Information:

"My name is John Guers. I grew up in Shenandoah, Pa., where I got into sports, which ultimately led me (like a lot of people in this field) to my love of weight training. I began reading everything I could about training, particularly powerlifting. I idolized Louie Simmons and Westside Barbell growing up.

I decided to pursue the degree of Exercise Science at East Stroudsburg University. This is where I began to love physiology just as much exercise. I completed my degree and decided to stay for my Master's in Exercise Science. After completion, I was asked to stick around and teach some courses as a temporary instructor. While at ESU, I got a chance to work with several sports teams and coordinated the United States Weightlifting Sports Performance Certification, which was never offered there before.

I was accepted into the Applied Physiology Doctoral program at the University of Delaware in the Fall of 2012 and am currently working towards that goal."

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