Strength CoachesLimestone College Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Performance Curt Lamb and his strength and conditioning staff of Erik Schwager and David Edwards will be among the featured speakers Thursday, Dec. 19, at the FCA/Shrine Bowl Strength Clinic. The clinic is conducted in conjunction with the prestigious Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.

 The strength clinic event will be held at Spartanburg High School at 5 p.m. following the Shrine Bowl practice. The Limestone Strength and Conditioning staff will be joined by Jim Steele, University of Pennsylvania Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.

The 77th Shrine Bowl will be held on Saturday, Dec. 21, in Spartanburg, at Wofford College's Gibbs Stadium.
Lamb will kick off the clinic for the Saints by giving an overview of Limestone College Strength and Conditioning as well as the department's athlete advancement program. He will also address developing dynamic mobility.
Schwager will continue the clinic by discussing how he has developed the strength and conditioning program for the college's newest sport, football. He has been primarily responsible for developing that training program. Limestone football will begin its first season next fall.
Wrapping up the Limestone portion of the clinic will be a presentation by Edwards. He will give insight on how to incorporate power lifting techniques and methodologies into athletic training. 
All lectures will be 45 minutes in length and the Limestone strength and conditioning staff will speak from 6:15-7:45 p.m.

(Article and photo by Limestone College Sports Information Department)

PHOTO: (left to right) Dave Edwards, Curt Lamb and Erik Schwage