Sorinex Hosts Successful NSCA South Carolina State Clinic

This past weekend, Sorinex Exercise Equipment had the honor of hosting the NSCA State Clinic, a premier event for strength and conditioning coaches and fitness professionals in the state. The event was a resounding success, bringing together some of the brightest minds in the industry for a day of education, inspiration, and networking.

The NSCA State Clinic featured a lineup of expert speakers, including Andrew Caldwell of Spartanburg High School. 

Other speakers at the event included renowned strength and conditioning coaches, nutrition experts, and sports psychologists, who shared their insights and best practices for improving athletic performance and overall health and wellness.

In addition to the speaker presentations, the NSCA State Clinic also featured a vendor expo, where attendees could learn about the latest products and services in the industry. 

The NSCA State Clinic was a great opportunity for attendees to learn from and connect with other professionals in the industry. Many attendees commented on the high quality of the presentations and the friendly and welcoming atmosphere of the event.

"We are thrilled to have hosted the NSCA State Clinic and to have had the opportunity to bring together so many talented and passionate professionals," said Joshua Dobbie, Marketing & Sales Director. "Our goal at Sorinex is to help athletes and fitness enthusiasts push the limits of our industry and achieve their goals, and events like this help us to further that mission by providing education and inspiration to those who are committed to excellence."

Overall, the NSCA State Clinic hosted by Sorinex Exercise Equipment was a great success, providing attendees with a valuable learning and networking experience. Sorinex looks forward to continuing to host events and provide high-quality equipment and services to the strength and conditioning community.


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NSCA State Director:
 Joni M. Boyd, PhD, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D

Joni M. Boyd is an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at Winthrop University. Her main interest focuses on bridging the gap between science, practice and education in the areas of strength training and conditioning.