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Coach Presents Lecture for Fitness Majors

Coach presents lecture for fitness majors Doug Sellmann, head strength and conditioning coach for Hunterdon Central Regional High School, presented a lecture to physical fitness specialist students on Aug. 22. Sellmann discussed the many career choices a fitness major is offered after the associate degree. He emphasized education as the No. 1 criteria needed to succeed in the field of fitness, sports management, or strength and conditioning.

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