How to Move Between Disciplines in the Strength and Conditioning Industry

by Michael Bridges, MS, CSCS
July 2015


Oftentimes, strength and conditioning professionals start off in one discipline, but later transition to working in a different area within strength and conditioning. Understanding this industry carousel provides various opportunities for career growth.

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Michael Bridges, CSCS, RSCC*D

University of Denver

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Michael Bridges is the Tactical Human Optimization, Rapid Rehabilitation and Reconditioning (THOR3) Human Performance Coordinator for the 160th Specia ...

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