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Strength and Conditioning

Meet Strength and Conditioning Coach Carol Happ
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Community Sports Medicine is proud to provide Strength and Conditioning coverage to Lawrence North High School through Coach Carol Happ. Coach Happ has over thirty years of professional experience in Sports and Fitness field. She started at Lawrence North in the summer of 2010. Prior to joining Community Sports Medicine, Coach Happ was a sports performance coach with St. Vincent’s. Prior to joining St. Vincent’s she was an assistant strength and conditining at the University of Minnesota where she was responsible for developing and administering strength and conditioning programs for the women’s track and field teams (throwers, sprints, mid-distance, distance, pole vault, and multi-event athletes), women’s cross country, and the women’s tennis team. She also assisted other strength coaches with basketball, soccer, volleyball, softball, and hockey.

During her time at Minnesota, Coach Happ trained 5 Big Ten Championship teams, 40 Big Ten Champions, 2 NCAA Champions, 2 Olympians, 6 Big Ten Freshman of the Year, and over 30 All-Americans. Prior to Minnesota, Coach Happ spent 2 years at Ball State University. She was responsible for men’s track and field, men’s tennis, men’s swimming, men’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s diving. She also assisted with football, women’s volleyball, and women’s basketball.

Coach Happ is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists from the National Strenth and Conditining Association (CSCS), Certified Russian Kettlebell Instructor (RKC), USA Weight Lifting Certified Club Coach (USAW), and a Certified Level 1 USA Track and Field Coach (USATF). She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Science from Wesyern Illinois University, and completed her Master’s degree of Science in Sport Psychology from Ball State University.  

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