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How to Train Your Athletes for Speed, Strength and Agility

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Meeting Description:

Learn how to get your athletes in top speed, strength and agility condition from former NBA strength and conditioning coach, Robert Hackett. Mr. Hackett currently serves as a Brand Ambassador for BSN SPORTS, the largest distributor of team sports apparel and equipment in the United States, offering free strength and conditioning coaching clinics around the nation. Learn expert techniques on how to test, teach and coach athletes to excel in all areas of speed and conditioning. Robert teaches fundamental speed, which is applicable to any coach and sport! Robert also will reveal some tips and tricks on injury prevention, which is key to the long-term success of a team.


Best of all, you can earn a Continued Education Credit Hour for attending this online webinar, at no charge. 

Date: Thu, Nov 21, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Coach & Athletic Director
 Presenter Information
Robert Hackett
Speaker Photo

Former NBA Strength/Speed Coach

Currently BSN SPORTS Brand Ambassador


Robert Hackett's professional strength and conditioning experience spans over 20 years with the

Vancouver Grizzlies, Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks (2011 NBA Champions), Milwaukee Bucks.

Prior to working in the NBA, Hackett designed and directed the strength and conditioning programs at the University of Wisconsin for the school’s men and women basketball, football (1993 Rose Bowl Champs) and track teams.


He has extensive experience in testing, teaching, and coaching athletes. He also served as an assistant track coach for three years for the Badgers. Hackett is a graduate of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree of science.


While at Wisconsin, he competed as a sprinter on the badger track team, where he was a three – time USA Olympic Trial Qualifier and NCAA Champion; competed in the 100 and 200 meters.