Terry Todd has been honored with the Alvin Roy Award for Career Achievement by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). This award recognizes those who have contributed significant research and understanding to the field of sports conditioning in training over an individual’s career.
Todd is the director and founder, along with Jan Todd, of the H.J. Lutcher Stark Center – the world’s most extensive collection of materials relating to sport and physical culture. The Stark Center serves as a library and research center, supporting research on health and performance, and the significance sports contribute to culture and society.
Todd has career achievements as a professor in several universities, lecturing on subjects relating to drugs in sports, conditioning, and sport/fitness history. Currently, Todd is a faculty member for the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. He also has contributed to the study of fitness and training through several books and articles in popular and academic publications on the subject.
Learn more about Todd’s athletic and professional career with this video: