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About The Author

Angelo currently works for PLAE as the Director of Athlete Programming. Previously, he served as the director of human performance at Madison Academy, in Madison, Alabama, James developed programs for the 2017 state champion girls’ basketball team and designed the first-ever official strength & conditioning programs for the athletic department. Previously, he worked as a strength & conditioning intern with the Carolina Panthers NFL team in Charlotte, NC, and served as the assistant strength & conditioning coach for football at University of South Carolina in Columbia, Mississippi State University in Starkville and University of Tennessee in Knoxville. James also was the director of strength & conditioning at Bryant University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he ran programs for all 17 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I sports. Certified as a Strength & Conditioning Coach (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), James also is the director of education for the National High School Strength and Conditioning Association. He earned a bachelor of science in business administration and health, human and sport performance from Wayne State College, in Wayne, Nebraska, where he played NCAA Division II football. (Bio courtesy of News Central)

Recent Posts

Youth Coaching: Kids Haven't Changed; Adults Have

By Angelo James | Mon, Jul 2

People are blaming kids for the way kids are these days, but kids are kids. They only know what they have been taught. Kids are like mirrors – they reflect the world they are placed in.

Charlie Applestein, author of There Is No Such Thing as a Bad Kid, says “Life isn’t what you see, it is what you perceive.” If you perceive kids as entitled, lazy, disrespectful, and unappreciative, that is all you will ever see.

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