Ken Mannie And Resolutions For the New Year
Ken Mannie is in his 20th year as Michigan State’s head strength and conditioning coach for football, while additionally directing and overseeing the strength and conditioning programs for all men’s and women’s sports. His “Fourth Quarter” and “Bottom Line” offseason conditioning programs have been a significant reason for MSU’s success, the Spartans have earned a school-record six consecutive bowl bids finishing this year with a Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl victory.
Mannie is a prolific writer with over 200 articles, he writes the monthly column “Powerline” for Scholastic Coach and Athletic Director. Check out this past months column it is terrific.
Spartan athletes Getting Strong on the Pendulum Head and Neck Machines. (photo courtesy of Ken Mannie)