From the 2014 ASCA World Clinic.
About Coach Karkoska:
- Strength and Conditioning Coach, Auburn University
- One of the most dynamic strength coaches in college swimming
- Helped the Auburn Tigers to SEC and NCAA Championships
Head Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning Coach, Bryan PK Karkoska, works with the Auburn swimming and diving program at Auburn University. This intensive dryland course develops the place of dryland training in all programs, novice athletes to elite athletes. Learn the idea of how we relate what we do on dryland to faster swimming in the water.
“PK is an extraordinary coach, teacher, motivator and has had a lot to do with building the physical and mental side of being a great competitor in the Auburn program,” said head coach Richard Quick. “He has had a lot to do with building the team spirit of Auburn’s program and then you couple that with the expertise that he has in the weight room and with his dry-land program and the circuit with his ability to transition what happens in the weight room to the water is really extraordinary. He is just a great asset to the Auburn team.”
Known throughout the Auburn swimming and diving program for its legendary workouts is PK’s circuit-training, which combines weight lifting and cardio exercises. The sessions are used to establish and build team cohesiveness and the Auburn swimming work ethic and discipline. The circuit-training coincides with the training in the pool with an increased intensity on the dryland side, as well as, challenges the student-athlete both physically and mentally.
A 1994 graduate of Auburn with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science, Karkoska, a Chicago, IL, native, also earned his Masters of Education with an emphasis in exercise physiology on the Plains in 1996.
3 hrs 17 min.
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