Fine Family Strength and Conditioning Center
The 2,800 square foot Fine Family Strength & Conditioning Center, “The Cage”, serves the entire Nobles community with a variety of equipment including treadmills, ellipticals, ergometers, spin bikes, power racks, plyometric boxes, and a large assortment of dumbbells, kettle bells, and medicine balls.
The Strength & Conditioning Program is aimed at providing the best and most appropriate training experience for the Nobles student. By using a wide range of techniques and exercises, the goal of the Strength and Conditioning Program is to improve a variety of physical and human characteristics in a positive team setting.
Students will be introduced to the Olympic lifts, a wide variety of strength training exercises, speed and agility mechanics, and work to improve flexibility, mobility, and injury prevention. This will be a mentally and physically challenging process. As the students work together throughout this process, they will not only improve their physical characteristics but also develop their confidence, self-esteem, and collaborative skills.
The Director of Strength and Conditioning
Kevin O’Neill MS, CSCS, USAW, YFS-1
Kevin works with the strength and conditioning program and is in charge of team training and individual workout options for students and faculty. Kevin works in conjunction with the Sports Medicine staff to coordinate rehab programs for injured athletes in the Fine Family Strength & Conditioning Facility.
Director of Strength and Conditioning Info