Yes. Conditioning helps you to prepare.
Jon Torine is the Indianapolis Colts Strength and Conditioning coach. He has been witht he Colts for 12 seasons.
They don't have one. Although unverified, the story is that Steve Yzerman's captaincy included setting an example for strength and conditioning for the rest of the team, so the front office thought a coach was unnecessary.
Its the seats that make the difference between a coach and a bus.
A Personal Trainer works mainly in the area of general health and fitness, improving the quality of life of the general population through exercise with (but not limited to) cardiovascular and resistance training for the purposes of increased fitness, weight loss and strength improvements etc. A Strength and Conditioning Coach (Strength Coach / Performance Enhancement Specialist) works with athletes, sporting teams or clubs in order to improve the performance of said athletes, keep them healthy and reduce the risk of injuries, essentially keeping them on field and in their best possible shape for their particular sport. Duties can include long term periodized athletic development programs, nutritional programs, conditioning and energy system development, strength, power, size, agility, speed, recovery and regeneration program and implementation. A Coach has to really know his/her stuff, but having a Performance Coach is considered more of a luxury than a necessity, as a result there's more money in the Fitness Industry.
Mike Heimerdinger - Offensive Coordinator Jim Schwartz - Defensive Coordinator Dave McGinnis- Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Steve Watterson - Assistant Head Coach/Strength & Conditioning
His unofficial time is 4.12 on May 24, 2009 with his strength and conditioning coach.
A strength and conditioning coach's responsibilities are: make sure all players are supervised in the weight room, assist athletic trainer with rehabilitation of athletes, maintain thorough and accurate records of an athletes' workout, keep athletes health throughout the season by teaching proper lifting techniques and preventative and corrective exercises.