Matt Starr, Sideline Power CEO…
To become an elite program, you have to learn how an elite program operates. The #PoweredUP Coaches Clinic and Clinic of Champions are chances for coaches from different regions to learn best practices of championship caliber programs, exchange ideologies, and learn how other programs incorporate technology. Unfortunately, due to local, state, and federal regulations regarding COVID-19, we have had to cancel, for 2021, the in-person clinics: #PoweredUP – Eastern Nebraska, #PoweredUP – Northwest Arkansas, and Clinic of Champions. We are, however, at this time, planning on hosting #PoweredUP – Western Nebraska as scheduled.
Even though in-person clinics are affected by COVID-19 regulations, Sideline Power is committed to providing access to the tools and resources you need. Through the course of 2021, Sideline Power is working with Striv to offer coaches, across the country, virtual access to clinics. Specifics of how this will look and function are still in process, so keep checking back for updates.
Looking forward to 2022, in addition to getting back to in-person clinics, Sideline Power is actually expanding our hosted clinics. We are looking to expand, not only, geographically, but we are excited to venture into other sports programs like basketball. Additionally, Sideline Power will be expanding and enhancing the Sideline Power Video Vault, to give coaches access to cutting edge information and material 24/7.
At Sideline Power, we appreciate the thousands of coaches and programs across the United States, including hundreds of championship caliber programs, that turn to us for resources and technology. Let us know how we can help get your program #PoweredUP.
Sideline Power CEO
Brett Davis, PoweredUp Clinic Director…
2019 proved to be a landmark year for Sideline Power. We not only expanded our product line, but also our outreach programs by hosting our first Powered Up Clinic in Omaha. Despite the blizzard that rolled through, the event proved to be a great success with coaches from eight Midwestern states attending the two-day event. Sideline Power strives to keep coaches at the forefront of everything we do and that includes conducting our clinics. The feedback we gathered has helped us tweak the format to make the 2020 clinic season an even better one.
In addition to the Omaha clinic, we also are branching out to Arkansas and will be hosting our first clinic in Rogers on March 20-21st. Our clinics will feature outstanding local and regional coaches speaking on a variety of relevant topics. There will also be excellent opportunities to network with other coaches and get hands-on demonstrations with some of the newest technology in the game.
We look forward to seeing you in Omaha and Rogers!
#PoweredUp Clinic Director