Indiana State Athletics Strength & Conditioning Program
Indiana State athletics strength and conditioning program is an integral part of each student-athlete’s development. The goals and expectations of the program are to promote team unity, student-athlete education, competition and discipline. The strength and conditioning staff is committed to providing an environment that continually improves individual athletic performance and produces winners.
For more information, please contact Dave McMannus, Director of Strength & Conditioning, at (812) 237-8068.
Strength & Conditioning Training Facility
Indiana State athletics strength and conditioning program is conducted in a state-of-the-art 10,000 square foot facility located in the Health and Human Performance Building. Funded by private donations, the facility features seven double-sided power racks, seven Olympic lifting platforms, a dumbbell and machine area, and a cardio section with stationary bikes, treadmills, elliptical machines and stair climbers. There is also a 40-yard strip of field turf used for dynamic warm-ups, speed and agility drills, plyometric exercises and movement preparation. See photos of the weight room here.