Basketball Coaches Clinic Vol. 7 - Strength and Conditioning featuring Coach Bob Alejoby sportvideos
Coach Bob Alejo discusses some of the basics of strength and conditioning that has helped North Carolina State University become a perennial basketball championship contender. Among the topics covered are: the importance of being technically sound, coaching what you know, developing a unique program, emphasizing the basics over the hype, the philosophy of training high school players, the importance of measuring and managing, press, pull and squat, conditioning (timed sprinting and agility drills), interval training and quality intensity levels. Proper conditioning and training will help you accomplish your goals!
Bob Alejo has over 35 years of strength and conditioning and administrative experience at the collegiate, professional and Olympic level. Bob Alejo joined the Power Lift Team as the Director of Sports Science in the summer of 2017. Prior to coming to Power Lift Alejo served as the Assistant Athletics Director / Director of Strength & Conditioning for North Carolina State University (2011 – 2017). He has also served in a coordinating or strength and conditioning role for the following teams: United States Men’s Olympic Volleyball team, Oakland Athletics, Major League Soccer’s San Jose Earthquakes, University of California – Santa Barbara, Fordham University, the 1993 United States National Team / 1994 World Cup Soccer Team, UCLA and California State University – Chico.