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Interview with BJ Foley (Part Two)



BJ Foley is entering his second season as the Rehab Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Red Sox organization. Prior to joining the Red Sox he worked as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Kansas State University directly overseeing the Baseball, Men’s and Women’s Golf programs. Other stops include Graduate Assistant at the University of West Florida, 108 Performance and Cressey Sports Performance.

Education and Certificates:
University of West Florida: Master of Science, Human Performance and Physical Education
University of Massachusetts-Lowell: Bachelor of Science, Exercise Physiology
National Strength & Conditioning Association: Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
National Strength & Conditioning Association: Registered Strength & Conditioning Specialist (RSCC)

Topics covered in this episode:
-Working in a collaborative environment
-Finding success as a strength and conditioning coach
-Advice for others and continuing education resources

-“It’s been awesome, but it is certainly challenging at times. But, you know, when you get it right it’s rewarding” (10:01)
-“There’s no magic exercises. There’s no magic schemes. There’s no magic periodization plan. The magic is knowing what gets each guy going” (15:34)
-“It just makes you realize if you have one thing that you’re passionate about go learn that” (32:20)

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