NSCA conferences are an exceptional way to learn the latest research, techniques, and breakthrough performance methods used by top professionals throughout the world. All of our conferences provide CSCS® and NSCA-CPT® Continuing Education Unit (CEU) opportunities.

2014 Personal Trainers Conference

For the first time ever on the East Coast, join hundreds of other dedicated fitness professionals for unmatched opportunities in career growth. With over 64 hours of lecture and hands-on sessions directed by leaders in the industry, there’s no better time or place to set yourself in motion.

Personal Trainers Conference

The Personal Trainer Conference helps you build your clientele and keep them coming back. Learn the latest training techniques, explore health and fitness trends, and gain insight into your clients’ needs and goals.

2014 Personal Trainers Conference

October 3-4, 2014 | Washington, DC

Coaches Conference

The annual NSCA Coaches Conference brings together top strength and conditioning coaches and industry practitioners. Join us for valuable learning and networking opportunities!

2015 Coaches Conference

January 8-9, 2015 | Louisville, KY

TSAC Conference

The 2015 TSAC Conference is the most comprehensive event available for military, law enforcement, and fire and rescue training, all in one location. It will bring together the key elements needed to build a strong, foundational knowledge for training tactical athletes.

2015 TSAC Conference

April 6-9, 2015 | Orlando, FL- More Info. Coming Soon!

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NSCA Summer Camps 2014

Keep your student athletes engaged through the summer with Summer Camps for Athletic Performance.



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