East Carolina Strength and Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning Clinic

Location Greenville, NC
Event Date(s) Feb 9, 2019
Grades College Fr to Adult
This event has been cancelled.

Event Description

East Carolina Strength & Conditioning Clinics
Strength & Conditioning Clinic
February 9th, 2019
Location: Murphy Center - Harvey Hall
at East Carolina University
Check-In: 7:00 AM

Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Cost: $95
NOTE: Walk-in registration on the day of the clinic will be accepted for an additional $10 fee. However, limited space is available. Only cash, money orders or personal checks will be acceptable for payment at this time.
Clinic Schedule
7:00 AM
 Registration / Check-In
8:00 AM
 Brandon Golden
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
 Vinnie Calautti
11:00 AM
 Tobias Jacobi
12:00 PM
 Lunch/Round Table
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
 Hands-On Demos


Clinic Speaking Topic:

"Strength and Conditioning for Baseball at Any Level”

Brandon Golden
East Carolina University
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Coach Golden is in his second year as an assistant at ECU, a position he began on January 3, 2017.  He is responsible for designing and implementing yearly individualized programs for Pirate Baseball, which includes various workouts for starting pitchers, relievers, and back of the bullpen guys. Similarly, he overseas specific training for everyday position players, ensuring performance and health improved throughout the season.  Prior to ECU, he was at Charleston Southern University.  During the Summer of 2015, he worked with the Collegiate National Team of USA Baseball.  At ECU Coach Golden also works with Men’s Tennis, Women’s Soccer and both Men’s and Women’s Cross Country. He has a graduate degree from St. John’s with a concentration in Sport’s Management.  He holds certifications from the CSCCa-SCCC, NSCA-CSCS, and USAW-Sports Performance Coach.

Clinic Speaking Topic:

“Developmental Program of a Basketball Athlete”

Vinnie Calautti
East Carolina University
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Coach Calautti joined ECU as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach prior to the start of the 2017-2018 school year and works directly with Men’s and Women’s Basketball as well as Lacrosse.  Before coming aboard, the ECU coaching staff, Calautti spent four seasons as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston University where he worked with Men’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, and Men’s and Women’s Tennis.  With the assistance of Calautti’s training methods, BU captured the 2014 Patriot League regular season Men’s Basketball and Men’s Soccer Championships.  Prior to BU, Calautti served as a strength coach at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning where he implemented sports performance programs for high school and collegiate athletes.  During the summer of 2013 he was a strength coach at the USA Women’s Developmental Camp where he directed teams through a customized two-day strength program and conducted a seminar of the importance of strength training, injury prevention and nutrition.  Calautti holds certifications from the NSCA-CSCS and the CSCCa-SCCC.

Clinic Speaking Topic:

“Training the High School Multi-Sport Athlete”

Tobias Jacobi
Spring Rock Christian School
Strength & Conditioning Coach, Published Writer

Coach Jacobi is in the role of Strength and Conditioning Coach at Strong Rock Christian School.  Prior to his four-year tenure at Strong Rock, Coach Jacobi spent fifteen years in college athletics at the following Universities: East Carolina University, Charleston Southern University, Kent State University, Western Carolina University, Elon University, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and Cumberland University.  He holds the CSCS and RSCC from the NSCA, along with certifications from United States Weightlifting Association, Titlist Performance Institute, and the United States Track and Field Association.  In 2017 Coach Jacobi was recognized as the NHSSCA High School Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year.

Refund Policy: Absolutely NO REFUNDS 30 days prior to event.

According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and
all entrants regardless of skill / level (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).