S&C Coach hours – Hours can vary and depend on the sport you work, the team/head coach you work for, and then particular part of the season you are in. In general strength and conditioning coaches are available and working with athletes before practices and after practices.
For a strength and conditioning coach in basketball for example, you will work a lot more hours during the season due to practices, games, and travel. On a typical practice day during the season, I’m usually working from 7:30-3:30 at the arena. On a game day, I’m usually working from 8:00a-12:00p and again from 3:30p-10:30p.
During the offseason, your hours are a bit reduced due to the lack of travel, games, practices, and player availability. You get most of your training done during the offseason with more time to work with athletes one on one. A typical day usually runs from 8:30-2:30.
I have worked with a few different strength and conditioning coaches during my time working in athletics.
The short answer is their hours vary depending what team they work with, but you can almost guarantee you will have early mornings, and will potentially travel a lot (depending on the team you work with)