When you decide to become a NASE Member, you will receive a wide variety of benefits. Here are some of the additional perks that you can take advantage of when you join our athletic training community.
A Prestigious Certification Program in Speed and Explosion for school, university, pro and age-group coaches in all sports, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, athletic trainers, physical therapists, occupational therapists and undergraduate (Level I Certification) and graduate (Level II Certification) students at colleges and universities.
Increased Knowledge & New Techniques
Learn from NASE Speed Publications and hundreds of articles, videos, speed training tips. Resources are devoted only to the improvement of speed for sports competition.
Access to a Dynamic Website
Read hundreds of speed improvement articles, videos, and other information updated regularly.
Begin Key Networking
Utilize an online forum with directed topics for the exchange of ideas and networking with other Coaches (age group, high school, University, Pro), Personal Trainers, Athletes and Parents, physical therapists, and occupational therapists involved in training athletes throughout the world.
Receive the Quarterly Publication of Sports Speed Digest
The 12-16 page Sports Speed Digest Quarterly, published in January, April, July, and October, contains articles by leading experts on speed improvement for football, basketball, baseball, field hockey, rugby, softball, soccer, tennis, and other sports.
- Lead articles on speed improvement techniques
- Q & A and other Columns: Chump to Champ, Speed Improvement for Young Athletes, Coaches Health
- What Research Tells the Coach about Speed Improvement
- Analysis and practical application of the latest research findings
- Access hundreds of speed articles from the NASE Archives of over 77 Issues of Sports Speed Digest
Receive discounts on Registration Fees for selected symposiums and clinics.
A Prestigious Certification Program in Speed and Explosion for school, university, pro and age-group coaches in all sports, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, athletic trainers, physical therapists, occupational therapists and senior physical education majors at colleges and universities.