About Kimber Rozier

Kimber Rozier is an American rugby union player, making her debut for the Eagles in 2012. She won a bronze medal at the Rugby 7s Women’s World Cup in Moscow and competed in the 2014 World Cup in Paris. Kimber is an NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, holding a Bachelors degree in Exercise and Sport Science.

Transitioning to Training The General Population – Why Now is the Perfect Time to Start

S&C coaches live their lives split between two places - the gym and the playing field. Strength coaches’ primary concern is getting their athletes in top shape to perform on match day, and that involves a lot more than standing [...]

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Olympic Weightlifting 101 – The Clean, Jerk and Snatch

Olympic weightlifting isn’t just for elite athletes. The clean, jerk, and snatch are great ways to teach movement and coordination under load. When coached and performed correctly, they contribute to fitness and natural movement patterns in ways most exercises don’t. [...]