The Philosophy of the Strength and Conditioning Division is to provide every Duke athletic team a competitive edge by empowering each athlete to achieve personal and athletic success through exceptional and modern strength and conditioning training. It is our belief that every athlete is important and that we must provide a successful and competitive environment for athletes each day. It is our policy to never give up on an athlete and we must show respect and courtesy toward all staff members, support each other with open communication, and sustain loyalty and trust with each other.
Duke Strength and Conditioning aims to provide all 26 Blue Devil athletic teams with a competitive edge by empowering each athlete to achieve personal and athletic success through exceptional and modern strength and conditioning training.
The Murray Building, home of the Duke training and weight rooms, recently underwent a major renovations to become a premier facility for the training of Duke student-athletes. The facility now includes 10 Power Lift Multi-Use Power Racks, 10,000 pounds of York Bumper Plates, a Keiser Infinity Series 6-Pack Trainer, two full sets of dumbells up to 130 pounds, three Vertimax Jump Trainers and a full assortment of accessory training equipment on top of Infinity Max Pro Flooring with 10 in-ground Olympic platforms.
The Murray Building houses facilities for all Duke Olympic sports, while the Yoh Building services the Duke football team and the Mike Krzyzewski Center for Academic and Athletic Excellence is the training home of the men’s and women’s basketball teams. All are state-of-the art facilities that feature top-of-the-line equipment.