Steve Brown thinks D3 coaches are better than coaches at D1 schools.
And he would have a great perspective on that because he’s been a strength coach all over the place. He’s coached in the private world and in schools. He’s coached men and women. He’s coached all sorts of sports, he’s coached high school, and he’s coached at the D1 and D3 college level.
So he joins us on the podcast today to talk about his experiences, what he’s learned, the problems he’s encountered, and how you can be a better coach.
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LISTEN IN TO TODAY’S PODCAST AS WE TALK ABOUT:
- Why D3 coaches are better than D1 coaches
- His Twitter battle on being sport specific
- What grew him as a coach
- Parents with unrealistic expectations
- Single leg strength and posterior chain work
- and more…