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I wanted to publicly say congratulations to my friend, Coach Duane Carlisle!

Duane now hold’s most coaches Dream Job. He was promoted to San Francisco 49ers Head Strength & Conditioning Coach.

Duane recently served as the Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach to the 49ers (he also served as the Speed Coach to the Philadelphia Eagles) and after only 2 years he has risen and taken over the head coaching position.

Duane has had incredible success in the strength and conditioning industry.  He’s truly done it all having brought the best out of athletes from youth through the professional level.

He is a class act and is one of the most knowledgeable guys in the industry. Being 1 of only 32 Head S & C coaches in the NFL, is by itself impressive, and shows the caliber of coach that Duane is.

Congratulations again Duane, and best of luck. I know that you can help take the 49ers back to their glory days.
Yours in speed,

Patrick Beith

P.S. – If you want to learn more about Coach Duane Carlisle’s training systems for speed and athletic development, check out his programs below:

Training for Youth Football
http://tinyurl.com/2dodkh

Team-Based Speed Training for Lacrosse
http://tinyurl.com/22ms7m

Speed Training for Youth
http://tinyurl.com/27bybj

Speed Training for Soccer (with Kelly Smith)
http://tinyurl.com/yogzpv
“I wish I would have started training for speed and athleticism when I was playing youth football as opposed to starting with Coach Carlisle right after I graduated from college. I believe that I would have been that much better of a player.”

Brian Westbrook
Philadelphia Eagles
Pro Bowl Running Back

Training for Youth Football – http://tinyurl.com/2dodkh

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