- Masters degree in athletic leadership from Boise State
- Bachelors degree in Exercise science with emphasis in Exercise Physiology
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S)- National Strength and Conditioning Association
- 3 Years of Division 1 Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Experience- Boise State (Intern and Graduate Assistant)
Pursuing for future
TSAC- Tactical Strength and Conditioning (firefighters, police, etc)
Guide athletes to develop the understanding and value of hard work with a process over outcome mentality by safely developing athletes to reduce injury and improve performance.
- Ground-based movements that require work done by the entire body. The demands required from most all sports involve the kinetic chain working efficiently and explosively.
- I will train athletes to become more efficient in their movements and teach them how to create power from those movements.
- The way that is accomplished is by focusing intently on the technique of each movement prescribed. Anyone can write a good program, but if it is not executed as intended, the work is useless.
Training to develop more efficient athletic movement and improved strength should be treated as seriously as a sports practice.
If you don’t practice as hard as you play, the benefits of your training will not be there when you need it the most.