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Mission Statement
The UTSA Strength & Conditioning Department provides athletes the means by which they can train consistently, sensibly and systematically over designated periods of time in a safe, clean and professional environment to help prevent injury and improve athletics performance.



Philosophy
The philosophy of the University of Texas at San Antonio strength & conditioning program adheres strictly to the three proven scientific principles of adaptation:

Specificity
The transfer of a training adaptation to a gain in competition performance.

Overload
Adaptation takes place when the magnitude of training is greater than normal and is achieved by prescribing the correct number of sets, repetitions and intensity of effort. The primary focus is the muscular and energy systems’ adaptation to overload.

Periodization
Training phases must be planned so that speed, agility, power and endurance will peak during the most important competitions.

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