Tiger Strength and Conditioning

Nick Eller had upwards of 150 student athletes from fifth grade up to 12th graders doing strength and conditioning work.

In order for athletics at South Hardin to improve across the board, they know they have to put in the extra work. That’s one of the many reasons head varsity football coach and boys track coach Nick Eller started the Strength and Conditioning group at South Hardin High School.

From November 2018 through the end of July 2019, athletes going in fifth through 12th grades would come in the morning or afternoon and work out for two hours, three days a week. The group is open to both boys and girls and has been growing in popularity – with as many as 150 participating between the two sessions.


South Hardin football and boys track coach Nick Eller wanted to start athletes young with the importance of lifting. Three times a week for two hours student-athletes take part in the workouts and learn basic techniques to improve their overall performance.

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