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Assistant Sales Representative

Location:
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Posted:
August 30, 2017

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BRANDON W. JOHNSON

**** ********* **, *******, ** 23141 757.***.**** (c) ac122w@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Strength and Conditioning Coach with 12+ years of experience. Passionate about helping student and professional athletes achieve top performance in their area of sport. Certified as CSCS, USAW Level 1 Club Coach, FMS, and CPR/Standard First Aid. Expert in teaching Olympic lifts, conducting performance testing, and evaluating functional movement. Seeking to oversee a university varsity weight room, mentor young strength coaches as they mature in their coaching philosophies and skills, and continue to develop high-performing athletes and successful sports programs.

COACHING PHILOSOPHY

My coaching philosophy is based on sound scientific principles, proven practical methods and years of experience. Lifts at the core of my program are ground-based activities that incorporate full range of motion, functional strength gains and power development. Conditioning sessions are energy-system appropriate to each sport. Speed and agility routines are designed to promote efficient and athletic movement. All of these components add up to make a well- balanced program that will reduce injuries and produce successful athletes/teams. QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY

Instruction and Demonstration of Technique – Developed a concise method for teaching lifting, speed, and agility progressions. Ability to communicate proper lifting technique to each individual athlete. Natural aptitude for an on- the-floor coaching style.

Programming and Testing – Design and implement programs for in-season and off-season cycles that increase power and strength and are based on scientific literature and experience. Testing protocols are calibrated to key performance indicators for each sport.

Weight Room Design and Budgeting – Routinely research and purchase equipment for weight room expansion and improvement, working within budget constraints. Designed a multimillion-dollar facility (space and equipment) while serving as Director of Strength and Conditioning at Collegiate School (a private K-12 institution). Staff Supervision – Supervised assistants, graduate assistants, and interns; perform employee evaluations. Coordination – Effective communicator able to coordinate with athletic training room staff and sport coaches, leading to low injury rates and improved turn-around time from training room to the field. Versatility – Worked with thousands of athletes from the following sports: Football, M/W’s Volleyball, M/W’s Basketball, M/W’s Lacrosse, M/W’s Swim and Dive, M/W’s Track and Field, M/W’s Cross Country, W’s Field Hockey, M/W’s Soccer, Baseball, Softball, M/W’s Tennis and M/W’s Golf. Ability to work with athletes of all ages and skill levels from grade-school-level student-athletes to collegiate student-athletes to professional athletes. WORK EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS

2016 to Present

Sports Performance Coordinator, Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, Richmond, VA

• Manages training facility and coordinates strength and conditioning programs run in conjunction with large regional hospital sports medicine department. Works with athletes of all skill levels. 2015 to 2016

West Coast Sales Representative and Clinician Specialist, Bigger Faster Stronger, Salt Lake City, UT

• Sports coach education, equipment consultation and sales, weight room design and budget planning. 2

2013 - 2014

Tactical Performance Specialist

• Unique opportunity to design and implement programs for the Special Forces Branch of the Army and train and educate cadre members on good strength and conditioning protocols. 2010 – 2013

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

• Played a key role in helping Women’s VB team go from a losing record to two straight Sweet 16’s, Men’s VB team go to a National Championship Game, several All-Americans in Track and Field/Cross Country, and several swimmers to the Olympics.

2007 - 2008

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Collegiate School, Richmond, VA

• Coordinated a new Physical Education program to incorporate S&C into the general student population curriculum, designed and purchased equipment for a multimillion-dollar training facility, mentored and trained several athletes to successful college careers.

2006 - 2007

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

• Played a key role in helping Women’s BB team go from a losing record to two straight 2nd-round seasons in the NCAA tournament. Ran daily football groups for teams that played in ACC Championship Game and Outback Bowl. Trained several athletes to successful NFL careers. 2005 - 2006

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

• Helped Women’s BB achieve significant gains in the weight room and make highest-ever post-season tournament advances.

2004 - 2005

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

• Ran daily football groups for a National Semi-Final team. Coached several conference championship teams. Honed in on coaching philosophy/skills while learning to manage a large number of teams. 2002 – 2004

Volunteer and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

• Advanced from volunteer coach to my first paid assistant coaching position. Trained world-class track athletes to Olympic performances including a Gold Medal. Ran daily football groups for teams that played in bowl games. Ran combine training programs for graduating seniors; trained several athletes to successful NFL careers.

PERSONAL ATHLETIC BACKGROUND

Olympic Lifting: Qualified for 2007 American Open and Nationals (USAW), Qualified and competed in the 2003 American Open (USAW)

College of William and Mary: Baseball – played and lettered for two years as a partial scholarship athlete, Football – received a full scholarship after one year as a walk-on, played and lettered for two years, starter on the Atlantic 10 Football Championship Team of 2001, received 3rd team All Atlantic 10 Team Honors as a Tight End EDUCATION

BA in Kinesiology, May 2002 - College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 3

REFERENCES

John Sauer

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

College of William and Mary

Williamsburg, VA

(757) ***-****

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Eric Ciano

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

Buffalo Bills

Buffalo, NY

(865) ***-****

ac122w@r.postjobfree.com

Jay Omer

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach (Retired)

Brigham Young University

Provo, UT

(801) ***-****

ac122w@r.postjobfree.com

Chris Stewart

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

University of Richmond

Richmond, VA

(804) ***-****

ac122w@r.postjobfree.com

Brandon Hourigan

Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach

Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem, NC

(336) ***-****

ac122w@r.postjobfree.com

Bryan Miller

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Naval Academy

Annapolis, MD

(410) ***-****

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