Elitefts SPP: Tobias Jacobi Interview
Published June 5, 2015
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    Tobias Jacobi

    • Strength & Conditioning Coach
    • Assistant Football Caoch
    • Teacher

    Strong Rock Christian School

    Topics Covered in this Podcast

    1. The Journey
    2. The family sacrifice
    3. Gong from a a head position
    4. Dealing with being let go
    5. Being humble and
    6. You cannot be successful without an ego in this profession
    7. Becoming a better coach by fitting in with other coaches
    8. The transition from college to high school
    9. The multi-sport athletes
    10. Parents vs sport coaches
    11. Getting kids strong in limited time
    12. As little specialization as possible
    13. Consistency is king
    14. Box Squats for all athletes
    15. Chris Doyle and programming
    16. Assessments for athletes
    17. Coach Jacoby's 5 Specific Assessments
    18. What a typical training week looks like
    19. What Coach Coach Jacoby wants all his athletes to talk with him
    20. Taking pride in your last name
    21. Implementing a leadership program
    22. Communicating with Sport coaches and parents
    23. Face-time is vitally important
    24. Have the best interest of the athlete in mind
    25. E-Mail is the devil
    26. Get out of the weight room
    27. If the only time coaches see you is in the weightrom than that is all you will ever be to them.
    28. Advice for young coaches
    29. Figure out what you don't know and learn it.
    30. Call or visit the best coaches in the industry

    Tobias Jacobi File

    Past Job Experience
    Strong Rock Christian School; May 2014 - Current
    East Carolina University; January 2012-May 2014
    Charleston Southern; May 2008-January 2012
    Kent State; July 2006-April 2008
    Western Carolina University; July 2002-July 2006
    Elon University; June 2001-July 2002
    North Carolina Chapel Hill; August 2000-May 2001
    Cumberland University; November 1999-August 2000
    Education
    Cumberland University
    B.S. Physical Education 2000
    minor Health

    www.elitefts.com

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