Strength & Conditioning
The Nebraska women's basketball strength and conditioning program plays a major role in the success of the Huskers. Nebraska's strength program was the first in the nation across all sports, and its full-time staff members include a dedicated strength and conditioning coach for women's basketball - Stuart Hart.
Hart works with the Nebraska women's basketball coaching staff to help optimize training for the Huskers on and off the court in order to reach peak performance during the season.
The women's basketball program utilizes a 5,000-square foot weight room inside the Hendricks Training Complex, just steps away from women's basketball practice gym, the locker room and athletic medicine. The Hendricks Training Complex weight room, which opened in October of 2011, features five transformer machines and a strength wall.
Three Reasons for Success
The Nebraska women's basketball strength and conditioning program is geared for maximum improvement of performance on the basketball court. Each athlete receives her own individual computerized program each year.
Nebraska Women's Basketball Strength Coach Stuart Hart is devoted to helping Husker players prepare for successful careers on the court.
In addition to the technologically advanced Hendricks Training Complex, Husker Power features the nation's finest strength and conditioning facilities in the Charles and Romona Myers Performance Center at the Osborne Complex in Memorial Stadium.