Personal Narrative: My Interview With Petey

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The person I am interviewing is an old member of mine from church back in Texas. His name is Petey that’s all he gave me, I just knew he was one of the best strength and conditioning coachs ever. He is 66 years old but he really looks younger than his age was born in 1943. He was an football coach for 30 years also where he coached high school ball and college ball. He graduated from the University of Texas College. He has a huge family from what I know of because they all attend the same church as me but he really couldn’t tell me about his family size. We talked for about two hours because I really learned a lot myself from Petey. Im going to tell you all he told me about, even from when he was little, because its an interesting story. Petey was born in Tyler, Texas where he was the only kid. His parents where divorced and his mother raised him through out his whole life. He was never the kid who was always outside and playing with the other kids. He was always to his self and never really wanted to be bothered with anyone. This really didn’t effect him as he got older though, Petey just said that was just the type of person he was. He…show more content…
Recognized worldwide as an authority on explosive power training, Petey was named the National Strength and Conditioning Specialist of the Year in 1996 by the International Sports Sciences Association. He also was recognized as a Master Elite Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association in 2000.

In 1988, Madden was certified by the National Association of Speed and Explosion (NASE). The Longhorns strength and conditioning coach has played a critical role in the design and creation of some of the nation's leading collegiate strength and conditioning facilities. The Nassar Al-Rashid weight room is Madden's fourth facility, and it contains state of the art, cutting edge

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