Fri, 21 November 2014
Team Elitefts Columnist
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Author, Rugby Strength Coach
Topic Covered in this Podcast
1. How Ashley got started in the profession
The Ashley Jones File
- Biography & photo courtesy of nsca.com
Articles by Ashley Jones
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-New from International Strength and Conditioning Coach Ashley Jones.
Thu, 13 November 2014
University of Richmond
Central Virginia Sports Performance Seminar
Topics Covered in this Podcast
1. Coach DeMayo’s career path
The Jay DeMayo File
Jay DeMayo has been the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men’s and Women’s Basketball at the University of Richmond since October 2005. Jay is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Cortland where he was a two year starter on the Men’s Soccer team. Prior to taking over the responsibilities of Men’s and Women’s Basketball at UR Jay worked with every team on campus as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach working. During his tenure at Richmond, Coach DeMayo has worked with five All-Americans, and 10 Atlantic 10 championship teams. Presently Jay is also responsible for the dry land training for NOVA Aquatics LLC, one of the top youth swim clubs on the eastern seaboard where he has coached over twenty athlete’s whom have qualified for Olympic Trials.
Coach DeMayo’s constant effort to better himself as a coach has brought him numerous certifications. Coach DeMayo has his Level I coaching certification from USA Track and Field, is certified as an American Kettlebell Club Coach, United States Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Coach DeMayo has also been a presenter for four consecutive years at the Pennsylvania State Clinic at Juniata College. At the PA State Clinic Coach DeMayo has spoken on “Training Soccer Players, Developing a 3 Day Strength Training Program,” “Max Effort Training for Sports,” and “Lift Preparation, The Next Evolution of the Warm Up,” “Developing a Progression for Auxiliary Lifts” and “Teaching the Squat and Deadlift.” Coach DeMayo has also presented at the University of Richmond Sports Performance Clinic and with the Cal Ripken Jr. Baseball Academy. Coach DeMayo has also been involved in developing the Basketball Strength Symposium in Raleigh, NC, and the Central VA Sports Performance Seminar.
Courtesy of www.cvasps.com