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The main objectives of the strength and conditioning program are:

1. Maximize Athletic Potential Emphasizing Quality Movement
2. Increase Total Body Strength and Power to Improve On Field Performance
3. Decrease the Prevalence of Injury

The design of strength and conditioning programs will follow scientifically researched and proven principles. These principles are:

A. Ground Based Movements
B. Three Dimensional Movements
C. Multiple Joint Movements
D. Explosive Movements
E. Overload Principle
F. Periodization
G. Linear Speed, Multi-Directional Speed, Change of Direction (Agility)
H. Conditioning Specific to Sport Demands
I. Mobility/Flexibility
J. Sport Nutrition for Performance
K. Recovery/ Regeneration

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Grant Stewart started as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Mullen High School in the summer of 2017.  He oversees the development of all athletes playing on Mullen's 24 athletic teams.  He joins Mullen after a year as the Football Strength and Conditioning Coach at Greeley West High School.  Before Greeley West he was a Volunteer Strength and Conditioning Coach for Colorado State University and Arizona State University.  He then served as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Wyoming and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist for 1st Group Special Forces - Green Berets.  He received his Bachelor's degree in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State University and his Master's degree in Kinesiology from the University of Wyoming.  He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a Level 1 Performance Specialist through United States Weightlifting Association (USAW).  Grant is a native of Eaton, CO and has been married to his wife Melissa since 2012.    
 
Adam Osborn
Adam is a native of Chadron Nebraska, where he attended Chadron State College, and played football for the Eagles as a receiver from 2004-2007, and was honored to be able to be teammates with Danny Woodhead during that time, who is now with the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL.  He has over 9 years of experience in the field of Strength and Conditioning with stops at House of Speed in Denver Colorado, Grand Island Senior High School Football (5A), University of Nebraska-Kearney, Hastings College, Grand Island Central Catholic High School (3A), and most recently a short stint with the University of Colorado Football.  Adam graduated from the University of Nebraska Kearney in 2015 with a Bachelors degree in Recreation/Exercise Science and will complete a Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado in May of 2018.

He is a CSCS certified strength coach with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and also a Level 1 performance specialist with the United States Weightlifting Federation. He is also certified in CPR/AED training with the American Red Cross. Adam has been married to his amazing wife (Courtneigh) for 7 years, and they have identical twin daughters (Aubrey and Avery) who are 6 years old, and they attend Our Lady of Laretto Catholic School, where his wife is also a Kindergarten Teacher. 

 

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