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Our guest for this episode is David Queck, a renowned expert in the field of strength and conditioning. With an illustrious career spanning over several years, David has established himself as a leading figure in optimizing athletic performance. Currently serving as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Jones College, David has made a significant impact on various sports teams, including football, men's and women's basketball, and softball. His strategic oversight has resulted in an impressive track record, with over 180 Division I signees and the highest combined winning percentage in these sports nationwide.

Timecodes:
00:03:37 - How did you get involved in Strength and Conditioning and what was the path that led you to Jones County?
00:07:52 - What are some of the unique challenges that you face at a junior college as a strength coach?
00:14:55 - How do you develop your weightroom culture and ownership within the program whenever you have memebers of the team that leave the school within 1-2 semesters?
00:21:23 - How many out-of-state members of the team do you have?
00:22:36 - What does a day look like for you in the fall?
00:38:29 - How do the athletes at Jones compare to the 4-year schools that you've coached at?
00:43:55 - Do you have any players that redshirt and play 3 years, and do you get guys from the Portal?
00:47:47 - What type of goal setting do you do with the athletes at Jones?
00:53:10 - What is your philosophy on developing strength and how do you do it with the Bobcats?
01:04:15 - What about upper body strength?
01:10:43 - Can you tell us what you do to get the team faster?
01:20:41 - With this much sprinting, you obviously don’t not have a lot of hamstring injuries.
01:28:02 - What are some things that you have done yourself in training that you do with your team?
01:33:24 - Do you train the other teams like football?
01:40:57 - Any advice for young coaches?
01:45:10 - Conclusion
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Our guest for this episode is David Queck, a renowned expert in the field of strength and conditioning. With an illustrious career spanning over several years, David has established himself as a leading figure in optimizing athletic performance. Currently serving as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Jones College, David has made a significant impact on various sports teams, including football, men's and women's basketball, and softball. His strategic oversight has resulted in an impressive track record, with over 180 Division I signees and the highest combined winning percentage in these sports nationwide. Timecodes: 00:03:37 - How did you get involved in Strength and Conditioning and what was the path that led you to Jones County? 00:07:52 - What are some of the unique challenges that you face at a junior college as a strength coach? 00:14:55 - How do you develop your weightroom culture and ownership within the program whenever you have memebers of the team that leave the school within 1-2 semesters? 00:21:23 - How many out-of-state members of the team do you have? 00:22:36 - What does a day look like for you in the fall? 00:38:29 - How do the athletes at Jones compare to the 4-year schools that you've coached at? 00:43:55 - Do you have any players that redshirt and play 3 years, and do you get guys from the Portal? 00:47:47 - What type of goal setting do you do with the athletes at Jones? 00:53:10 - What is your philosophy on developing strength and how do you do it with the Bobcats? 01:04:15 - What about upper body strength? 01:10:43 - Can you tell us what you do to get the team faster? 01:20:41 - With this much sprinting, you obviously don’t not have a lot of hamstring injuries. 01:28:02 - What are some things that you have done yourself in training that you do with your team? 01:33:24 - Do you train the other teams like football? 01:40:57 - Any advice for young coaches? 01:45:10 - Conclusion ---------------------------------------------------- Links: Connect with Coach Moffitt Twitter @TommyMoffitt Instagram @tommymoffitt Connect with Twitter @david_queck Instagram @dqueck Resources : If you or your organization would like to To know more about The Moffitt Method, please schedule a call with one of our coaches. Book a Call Reviews : If you have been enjoying this show please take a moment to rate and review us on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you are consuming this podcast. Give us a follow on social media: Instagram Facebook Website YouTube Twitter read more read less

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