Husker Power has set the standard for collegiate strength and conditioning programs across the nation for more than 30 years. Nebraska's technologically advanced strength complex is located inside the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex and is just steps away from the Football Locker Room, the Hawks Championship Center and the Athletic Medicine Center.
Husker Power - Nebraska Strength and Conditioning
Located inside Nebraska's new Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex completed in the fall of 2006, the Huskers' Strength Complex is the finest facility in the nation.
Part of the Charles and Romona Myers Performance Center, Nebraska's spacious, well-designed and technologically advanced Strength Complex is 50 percent larger than Huskers' previous weight room inside West Memorial Stadium.
The impressive architecture of the Osborne Complex is apparent inside
The one-of-a-kind Transformer machines in the Strength Complex were designed exclusively for Husker student-athletes. The Transformers adjust to each student-athlete's height. No other athletes in the world have access to this technologically advanced equipment.
Overall, the new Strength Complex creates the ideal setting for team and small group workouts. Huskers from all sports can work out shoulder to shoulder and side by side to encourage each other during challenging training sessions.
A staff of 12, including eight full-time staff members, work with Husker student-athletes teaching proper strength and conditioning techniques, allowing them to perform at their best.
The Nebraska strength and conditioning program provides Husker student-athletes with the finest training facilities in the nation.