The NHSSCA focuses on serving the needs of high school strength coaches and establishing connections between its members. With this mission in mind, we would like to showcase members more in our newsletter, allowing them to produce and share content.
We encourage you to submit an Article that is both informative and of interest to the high school strength and conditioning coach, teachers, coaches, and administrators.
What are we looking for?
- Submit material on coaching, coaching cues, favorite exercises, motivation, mindset, working with special populations, facility tours, your community, etc. This content could be in both article or video format.
- The idea is that the reader can take something from your material and apply it. Keep the article length between 500-700 words.
- We know that you are likely not a professional writer. No worries. Your material will be seen by an editor and edited as needed.
- Please do not use submitted material as a means to promote yourself. That is not what this is about. It’s about educating other strength coaches.
- Please only submit original material and not material written by someone else.
- If you are including references, please cite them at the end of the article.
- Please submit written work submitted in Microsoft Word or Google Docs format.
- Please title your article, so it is reflective of the subject matter.
- Please submit relevant images related to the content and attach them in the email, not just in the document. Do not submit photos to that you don’t have the rights.
- Our relationships with our Partnering Companies mean a great deal to us, and we take them very seriously. Please do not submit material promoting companies that are not our Partners.
- Understand that just because you submit material does not mean we will use it.
- Submitting an article grants the NHSSCA the right to use, distribute, reproduce, modify, publish, and publicly display your content.
- Please include your email, brief bio, your credentials, where you currently work, a headshot of yourself, and an “action shot” showing you with your athletes or your athletes working out.
- All work can be submitted by reviewing our How to Submit an Article page and our Article Submission Form. If you have any further questions, please get in touch with Kevin O’Neill..