About NASE

The National Association of Speed and Explosion (NASE) was founded in 1986, by Dr. George B. Dintiman and Dr. Bob Ward, former strength and conditioning coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Its Board of Directors, Advisory Board and Certification Board are the most respected coaches, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, educators, and physicians in sports.

Founded in 1986 by Dr. George B Dintiman and Dr. Bob Ward, the National Association of Speed and Explosion (NASE) provides athletes with the skills and training to increase their short sprint speed. Our organization hosts respected experts in the sports industry as Advisory, Certification, and Board of Directors members. The combined coaching, research, and physician experience in athletic performance makes NASE the world’s leading authority in speed improvement. NASE is the only organization in the world that specializes in short sprint training to enhance athletic performance. Our team of world leaders in speed improvement, strength training, and conditioning, join forces to optimize athletic performances for almost any sport at any level of competition.

Based upon the latest research, we provide practical information on speed to coaches, athletes, parents, and the general public. NASE is an educational organization with international certifications for teams and individual sport coaches. NASE certified coaches can use program skills to direct youth sports, middle, high school, collegiate and professional sports programs. Strength and conditioning coaches, personal and athletic trainers, and physical therapists seeking to master the techniques of speed improvement training benefit from our programming. We offer over fifty exam dates overseen by 35 NASE State and Country Directors in the USA, Canada, and Japan. Contact us today for more information on our training and certification programs.

The NASE is the world’s leading authority on speed improvement and the only association focusing entirely on the improvement of speed in short sprints to enhance performance in baseball, basketball, field hockey, football, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, and track. Based upon the latest research findings, the association provides practical information on all aspects of speed to coaches, athletes, parents and the general public. A team of some of the world’s leading speed improvement and strength and conditioning authorities join forces to optimize the performance of athletes at all levels of competition.

The NASE is also an educational organization and International Certification Agency for team and individual sport coaches (Youth Sports, Middle and High School; College, University and Professional); strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, athletic trainers and physical therapists who seek to master the techniques of speed improvement training and become recognized for their expertise. Over fifty exam dates are scheduled in the USA, Canada and Japan. Thirty-five NASE State Directors and a Director of Japan oversee the programs.