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Marvin Welch is entering his seventeenth year of coaching and his thirteenth year as part of the Dickinson High School staff, where he formerly served as head coach of the women’s varsity track and field team and running back coach of varsity football. Welch has twelve years of teaching experience and is certified in Health and Physical Education.
In 1998, Welch entered the National Football League as a running back for the St. Louis Rams. Two years later, he signed with Minnesota Vikings. Welch has been in the sports performance and fitness industry for more than 15 years. He is certified as a USA Weightlifting Coach through the USA Weightlifting Association, a personal trainer by the National Institute of Preventive Medicine, and a USA Track & Field Level II Coach.
Welch received a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy from Henderson State University. He has a Master of Science in Fitness and Human Performance (Exercise Science) and a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from the University of Houston – Clear Lake (UHCL). While attending UHCL, Welch was a co-author of an award-winning presentation on the Reactive Strength Index associated with performance in maximum strength and power tasks. The study was presented in November 2012 to the National Center for Human Performance in Houston, TX.
The mission of the Dickinson Strength and Conditioning Program is to develop healthy, well-balanced student-athletes through structured training techniques based on proven physiological principles. The program aims to motivate Dickinson ISD student-athletes to develop the physical and mental toughness required to reach peak performance while reducing the occurrence of injury.
The philosophy of the Dickinson Strength and Conditioning Program supports the holistic needs of student-athletes by addressing the physiological and psychological aspects of competitive sports. Through researched instruction, athletes are trained using researched periodization, nutrition, plyometrics, Olympic lifts, proper recovery and speed training to enhance performance and minimize the risk of injury. While implementing the physiological principles of our program, we instill stress management, work ethic, dedication and team building concepts to meet the psychological needs of our competitive athletes. Collectively, these endeavors reinforce our commitment to achieve our goals and those of the student-athletes we serve with vetted instruction rooted in integrity and excellence.
Marvin J. Welch M.S. Fitness & Human
Performance, M.S. Educational Management
Dickinson Strength &
Conditioning Coordinator, USA Weightlifting Coach
USA Track & Field Level
8 Olympic Platforms
8 Power Racks
8 Work Benches
4 Plyo Boxes
4 Glute-Ham Machine
Dickinson Independent School District
2218 FM 517 East | Dickinson, TX 77539
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