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SMARTER Team Training is looking for individuals that are interested in sharing tips, techniques, drills and more. You will have the opportunity to share your expertise with STT Nation’s athletes, coaches, parents and fellow experts from around the world.

As a STT Content Contributor you will write articles about training, nutrition, skill development, research findings and other topics of interest to strength and conditioning coaches, sports performance professionals, athletic trainers, athletes, coaches and more. Your work will be published on and shared with thousands through the STT Newsletter and social media networks.

Email Coach Taylor at to join other experts already contributing to STT!

What contributing means for YOU.

• Be featured on • Confirm your reputation as an expert by sharing your tips, techniques and experiences with thousands in the industry • Help coaches recommend safe, effective, purposeful and practical training, nutrition education, skill development and more

Who is STT looking for?

Individuals interested in contributing to must possess an ability to effectively communicate through the written word. Contributing authors must provide research when and where applicable. Individuals from the following fields will be considered for contributions*:

• Current or former professional, collegiate, elite high schools strength and conditioning coaches • Fitness professionals, personal trainers and other private performance training experts • Sports nutritionists and dieticians working with all levels from high school through the pros. • Athletic trainers, physical therapists, and other sports health professionals • Sport coaches with a background in skill development and position-specific drills and techniques for athletes of all ages and skill levels • Military personnel with a background in team building, physical training and staff development

Suggested topics for STT contributors:

Team Building Exercises Sport-appropriate drills Sport-specific moves, dodges and skill development Program design Practice planning Strength training Conditioning exercises Speed development and technique coaching Agility and reaction training Jump/landing mechanics Weak link programming Movement pattern education Performance flexibility Practice and game warm-ups Sports nutrition and supplementation Hydration plans Recovery strategies Sports psychology Communication enhancement Research articles

Read articles from current STT contributor here.

Doug Scott: (Monthly Contributor) What’s Really Important? Building More Than Muscle Sets and Reps…A Means to an End So What Has Changed? Building Blocks K.I.S.S. The Weights To Prepare And Protect What Does Everyone Need? More muscle! 24 Hour Rule So You Think You’re Tough? You Can’t Cram For Fitness Adding Weight Training Tip: Get In That Pool

Erik McKay: (Series Contributor) How I see it! STICK TO THE BASICS. Train the ENTIRE body! Value the REPETITION. Pay attention to exercise INTENSITY.

Renée Rapetti: (Series Contributor) GET ENERGIZED! HYDRATE!

Sunir Jossan: (Article Contributor) Simple Yet So Hard TRAINING – Present To The Path

Erik Schwager: (Article Contributor) Life as a Champion! Lay the Foundation to Build the Building!

Colin Quay: (Article Contributor) It’s Not Over When the Pads Go On

Brian Binkley: (Article Contributor) When the X’s and O’s Do Not Matter