Professor G. Gregory Haff is the Course Coordinator for the Post Graduate Degree in Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning) at Edith Cowan University. He is a Past President of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and serves as a Sport Scientist on the Australian Weightlifting High Performance Program Panel. Additionally, he is a Level 2 Australian Strength and Conditioning Association Strength and Conditioning Coach and a Level 3 Australian Weightlifting Association Coach. Dr. Haff was awarded the NSCA’s Impact Award in 2021 in recognition of the impact of his research, teaching and service to the strength and conditioning profession. Additionally, 2014, the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association recognized him as the Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year-Education and Research for the impact of his work. He was the 2011 NSCA’s William J. Kraemer Sport Scientist of the Year Award Winner and has served as the Vice President of the NSCA. Professor Haff is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction, a founding Fellow of the NSCA, and an accredited member of the United Kingdom Strength & Conditioning Association.
This talk will briefly discuss the history of cluster sets, followed by a discussion of the key applications of this novel training methodology.