ESU is an online university that offers the latest scientific courses on strength and conditioning, speed agility, nutrition, and specialty classes for tactical coaches, LTAD and personal trainers.

ESU classes can be taken to fulfill CEU requirements, college credits, or to improve your knowledge base.


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Patrick McHenry – Designing and Implementing a Strength and Conditioning Program (Non- CEU)

Instructor: Patrick McHenry MA,CSCS*D

Objectives Basic program Design Knowledge Tools to develop a strength program Build a strength program to meet your athletes needs Resources to find more information on program design.

Price: $10.00

ESU Round Table – Strongman Training (Non-CEU)

Instructor: Jay Dawes Ph.D., CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, FNSCA

It is not just lifting heavy things. In this ESU Round Table, Dr. Pat Davidson, Dr. Jay Dawes, and Coach Mark Taysom discuss the science behind strongman competition and training.

Price: $10.00

Chat Williams- Weekend Warrior (Non-CEU)

Instructor: Chat Williams, MS, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, PT-AR

An amazing and put together resource for anyone interested in improving performance and reducing injury risks. If you are a recreational athlete or personal trainer looking to add some fun and excitement to your personal workout sessions or your athlet …

Price: $10.00

Rob Orr – Screening and Assessing Tactical Populations (Non-CEU)

Instructor: Rob Orr Ph.D., ADFPTI, BFET, MPhys, TSAC-F

Rob Orr – Screening and Assessing Tactical Populations Dr. Rob Orr served for over 20 years in the Australian Regular Army as an infantry soldier, Physical Training Instructor, physiotherapist and human performance officer. Rob is the current editor of …

Price: $10.00



Sports Performance Recovery

Loren Landow Discusses the factors that contribute to a quick recovery.

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Are your Conditioning Workouts too Difficult?

In this ESS Vlog Jay Dawes discusses some of the key differences in training for improving sports performance versus training for fitness using extreme conditioning style programs.

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ESU-2forTuesday- Upright Row

Upright row Today’s Upright row 2forTuesday- will incorporate the squat.  This time we’re going to do an upright row again, feet hip to shoulder width apart, keep a nice stance, and as I squat down- hands out so that I keep that good tension the band a …

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