Asst. Sports Performance Coordinator - Baseball & Football
Current Job Description
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Baseball.
Assist Strength and Conditioning Coach with Football.
Work in conjunction with Sports Medicine staff in rehabilitation and reconditioning of injured baseball and football players.
Past Job Experience
Colorado State University
Western Illinois University
Kansas State University
University of Maine
Idaho State University
United States Marine Corps - Semper Fi
Master's in Physical Education.
BA in Physical Education.
CSCCa - SCCC & MSCC
NSCA - RSCC*D, CSCS & CPT
USA Weightlifting - National Coach
USA Track & Field Level 1.
Functional Movement Systems - FMS Certified.
Postural Restoration Institute - PRT (In Progress)
Precision Nutrition - Level 1 Certification (In Progress)
After I spoke with you, I re-evaluated what i had going here at LC and opted not to interview with WIU. Not fully based on the information I got from you, but undeerstanding that I am in a good position with a lot of support. Plus we are starting a mulit-million dollar campaign to upgrade our sports complex and add a second (larger weight room) to our campus and I want to make sure this is done right.
Additionally, i had a meeting with our AD yesterday and he would like to promote me this summer or next fall to an Assistant AD for Strength & Conditioning. It would be nice to be closer to home (Iowa), but not sure that WIU was the fit I was looking for. Thanks again for the time.
How are things going this summer so far? We just got out for finals (on the quarter schedule) and so it's finally starting to slow down...just wanted to stop by see how things were. Looks like you were on vaca with the family hope it went well! Talk to you soon!
It's really good to hear from you! Yes, I finished master's at App State and just started on PhD in Sport Physiology and Performance with Dr. Mike H. Stone at ETSU. I trained tennis, softball, and volleyall and helped with football at App and am training men's soccer here at ETSU. I'm also competing in weightlifting as well (we have a semi-club team). Last but not least, I and my wife, Maya, have a boy that's 6 months old - can't believe how fast a baby grows! How about you Coach? How have you and your family been? I see you are still at WIU. Have the work situations gotten a little better? P.S. The faculty of Sport Science at ETSU host a training conference every December. It's been getting bigger and bigger every year. We have a very unique group of speakers every year. last year, we had Dr. Bill Sands from US Olympic training center, Dr. Inigo Mujika from Europe, and Coach Mike Favre from University of Michigan not to mention Dr. Mike Stone, Gregory Haff, and a few others. You should come to our conference if you get a chance. I think it will be quite a different experience than going to any other conferences.