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HSSC 19: Lincoln High Nebraska Strength program with Coach Venable

Released Wednesday, 2nd September 2015
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Coach Venable from Lincoln high school. Coach Venable has a big background in Olympic weightlifting and has some really great training methods when it comes to training the high school athlete. And since Coach Boyd Epley has returned to Nebraska, he has been able to use Coach Epley as a resource for his high school strength program. Coach Venable has a really cool background in training and is having great success in the high school realm.
Coach Stewart Venable brings his passion, knowledge and three decades worth of experience to Lincoln Public Schools District.
Venable’s resume is astounding, and includes ownership of Athletic Results; his duties as assistant strength coach at MidAmerica Nazarene University (’09­-’12) and Immaculate High School (’08-­’09); numerous certifications to include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the NSCA, USA Weightlifting Level 2 Coach and numerous other certifications.

Venable’s thirst for knowledge and passion for training has created relationships with some of the best in his field : Master of Sport USSR Coach Boris Urman, Hall of Fame Coach Tom Cross, internationally competitive Olympic Weightlifters and Strength & Conditioning Coaches Whitney Rodden (MNU) and Anna Martin are just a few.

From 1990 to 2012 Venable was employed by the Department of Justice as a Lieutenant, Special Ops Leader and Sports Specialist. While working at the United States Penitentiary in Leavenworth, he designed and implemented performance enhancement programs for inmates. Prior to his retirement he spearheaded an online fitness project for Department of Justice staff.

Coach Venable has been a competitive Powerlifter for 16 years and Olympic Weightlifter for 10 years. He is the 2010 American Masters Weightlifting Champion, 2011 Masters National Champion, and has claimed other state and national titles. Venable served in the U.S. Army for seven years, and was an undefeated amateur boxer. He has articles concerning youth fitness programming, strength and conditioning and two Olympic Weightlifting articles published in the Lincoln Journal Star City Sports.
Contact Coach Venable:
Instagram: Coach_Venable
Facebook page: Nebraska Weightlifting club
Email: [email protected]
Elite Form: Elite Form Website
Article Link: Benefit of having a high school strength coach
"Talent is overrated" Link to the book 
"Applied Sprint Training"Link to James Smith Book
"Growth Mindset" Growth Mindset page
"A call to serve" Amazon Link to book
"Velocity Based training" Link to article from Bryan Mann
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