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that broadened my sport exposures to Olympic, Pro and Military athletes.• Strength Staff UNL Athletics ‘82• Strength Staff Wisconsin Athletics ’90-‘93• Sports Nutrition Director UNL Athletics ’94-‘01• Started Private Practice ’01-Present I knew nutrition was going to be my direction from the time I arrived at the University of Nebraska back in January of '82, but back in those days you had to have some dual utility (strength or medicine) to find employment, so I tested the waters under Boyd Epley (UNL Strength Coach) and got traction after sending him this letter (yes from a typewriter).Epley had piles of similar letters, but it was the nutrition ambitions that pulled this letter out of the pile and began what is now a 30 plus year adventure working in athletics (30 years in '11).We all worked full time plus and managed to pull off college at the same time as undergraduates!Not sure how we did it with Epley playing the task master role.Mike Arthur was a real mentor to us all and is still over Olympic sports at UNL. So while I was cutting teeth with the Huskers strength program in the '80s we had a lot of alums in the NFL training with us in the offseason.On the left, Dave Rimington and on the far right is Dean Steinkuhler.You will also note a number of drop down tabs throughout the chat which will give you further chat customizations.Navigation to the different chat rooms may be accomplished by clicking the room list option at the upper right of the chat area. Click a listed chat room to prompt the login to the desired room.
LSU back in '87, Jerry Schmidt, Randy Gobel, Mike Arthur, Boyd Epley, Dave Ellis and Dave Kennedy.
Legendary ATC George Sullivan sent me to my first ACSM meeting as a frosh in college to learn how to do skin folds on Husker athletes.
We stand on the shoulders of folks like George who took the time to invest in a bunch of wet behind the ears kids.
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