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Creighton University student-athletes benefit from year-round strength
and conditioning training programs in one of two facilities on campus.
The Frank J. Iwersen weight room is located in the Vinardi Athletic
Center and a secondary weight room is located in the Wayne and Eileen
Ryan Athletic Center. Each weight room is equipped with Power Lift
strength training equipment and Iron Grip dumbbells.
The Strength and Conditioning program at Creighton University is designed to help the athletes become strong and powerful. The program combines Olympic lifts, strength training exercises, plyometrics, speed and agility development, flexibility, and cardiovascular regimes, specifically tailored to each athlete, the sport they participate in and to their individual experience and ability. The goal of the program is to reduce the chance of injury and to help each athlete reach their full potential.
To help maximize athletic performance each Creighton student athlete works with the strength and conditioning staff, the sports medicine staff, a certified nutritionist and a sports psychologist, giving Creighton student-athletes all the resources they need to succeed at the highest level.