Become a Master Sports Performance Coach
The National Sports Performance Association just announced the next live hands-on certification. These two live events will be limited to a maximum of 20 coaches per location to become Master Sports Performance Coaches.
To be eligible, you must complete all 4 of the existing NSPA certifications – Certified Speed & Agility Coach (CSAC), Certified Weightlifting Performance Coach (CWPC), Certified Program Design Specialist (CPDS) and the Certified Sports Nutrition Coach (CSNC).
Because you have all four certifications, you have been invited to attend our highest certification: the Master Sports Performance Coach (MSPC).
Congratulations for getting all FOUR NSPA Certifications!
Getting all four NSPA certifications is a great accomplishment and already sets you apart in the sports performance field. Now, you can take a giant step further and become a Master Sports Performance Coach.
Master Sports Performance Coach
Eligible Candidates for the Master Sports Performance Coach will have the chance to demonstrate (Hands-on) their knowledge of the subject matter, one-on-one with coaches Lee Taft, Wil Fleming, Dr. Chris Mohr, and Robert dos Remedios. This is a never before seen experience and a certification that is not only one-of-a-kind, but one of the most prestigious this industry has ever seen.
You will be graded on your mastery of the techniques and methods that you have learned throughout all four courses, Certified Speed & Agility Coach, Certified Weightlifting Performance Coach, Certified Program Design Specialist, and Certified Sports Nutrition Coach. Once you register, we will send you more information on areas of focus for the hands-on exam.
Have you completed all four certifications?
You may register for the Master Sports Performance Coach but to be able to attend the live certification, YOU MUST PASS ALL FOUR CERTIFICATIONS BY!
If you register and do not pass all four certifications (CSAC, CWPC, CPDS, CSNC), you will lose your spot and will lose 50% of your registration fee.
Be among the NSPA’s first group of coaches to become a Master Sports Performance Coach (MSPC).
If this is you, and you want to become a better coach, a Master Sports Performance Coach, then register as soon as possible (we can’t guarantee or hold any spots).
It is a first-come, first-serve registration as we can only allow 20 coaches at each location due to this hands-on format.
To say that we are excited about our first ever group of coaches becoming Master Sports Performance Coach’s (MSPC), is an understatement.
We hope you will join us and be a part of our MSPC group!