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Brian Clarke

National High School Strength Coaches Association Region 7 Director / Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator & Wellness Department Chair

Coach Clarke is currently in his 9th year at Noblesville High School. He is a native of the northwest side of Chicago and graduated from Butler University (Bachelors Degree: Secondary Education/ Exercise Science and Masters Degree: School Administration EPPSP). Coach Clarke is in his 16th year as a head strength and conditioning coordinator, and came to Noblesville in the summer of 2008 after highly successful stops at Warren Central (IN) and Pike High School (IN). In all Coach Clarke has been taken part in 11 Indiana High School State Championships and numerous state runner-ups. Lastly, Coach Clarke was named a semi-finalist for the National High School Strength Coach of the Year in 2007 by, American Football Monthly.

Coach Clarke is the Regional Director for the NHSSCA and oversees 6 states in the Great Lakes Region. Clarke serves Noblesville HS as a strength and conditioning specialist who is responsible for over 700 students daily, and has trained over three hundred collegiate athletes and numerous NBA, MLB, and NFL players. Clarke teaches Noblesville’s Athletic Weights class (6 classes of 115 student-athletes) and is responsible for developing and implementing pre/post season strength and conditioning programs for all athletic teams. In addition, Coach Clarke is Noblesville High School’s Wellness Department Chair. The goals of Noblesville Strength and Conditioning Program are to enhance athletic performance, prevent injury, improve confidence, and develop a championship mentality/attitude.

In 2008 Coach Clarke founded Noblesville Athletic Development to serve current and aspiring student-athletes who reside in Noblesville. Coach Clarke and his staff want to ensure all future Millers have the opportunity to properly develop and maximize their potential to become the best versions of themselves!

Coach Clarke is married to Michelle who is a NHS School Counselor and has 3 children: Jack (8 yrs), and Allie (5 yrs) and Kellan (2 yrs).

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