Stevenson Strength and Conditioning
The primary objective for the Stevenson University Strength and Conditioning program is to help our athletes be the best they can be. To reach this goal, we target several components—including speed, power, agility, and strength—that must be met for every student-athlete. Moreover, functional training is used to meet the athletes’ specific needs based on their sport and position. Lastly, the psychological component plays a key role in helping to prepare student-athletes mentally for the demands they will face during competition.
Stevenson University student-athletes utilize a wide variety of training methods including, Olympic-style lifts, powerlifting, plyometrics, speed development, agility and bodyweight training, all of which serve to produce a higher level of athletic performance.