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High School Coach, College Coach, Professional Coach, Other
Name of School, Team or Business
Gregory Athletic Performance/Santa Barbara City College/Adjunct Faculty
Job Title
Director of Athletic Performance/Head Speed-Strenth and Performance Coordinator
Current Job Description
Design and implement athletic speed, and strength and performance training programs for high school,college, and pro athletes of various sports.

~Head Speed-Strength and Performance Coach for Santa Barbara City College Football.
Past Job Experience
Been in Strength and Conditioning field for over 16 years.

Assisted Dr. Phil Wagner at UCLA in 2006 with NCAA Champion Men's Volleyball Team.

In 2008 was a intern at UCLA in the Athletic Performance Department
working with Football, men and woman's basketball, woman's volleyball, woman's water polo, and men's tennis.

In 2009 while living in Denver, Colorado assisted with Colorado Avalanche of the NHL with athletic testing of players during preseason camp.

In 2009 became the Director of Athletic Performance at Fueled Sports Performance, Santa Barbara California.

Completed Phase 1 of EXOS mentorship program

Volunteer Coach at UCSB Sports Performance Department working with mens basketball, (m) and (w) volleyball, softball, track and field, and (w) water polo from Sept of 2015- July 2016.

Self employed since 2003 owner Gregory Athletic Performance.
B.A. Kinesiology, Westmont College

M.S. Kinesiology from A.T. Still University
Duel concentration in Orthopedic Rehabilitation/Corrective Exercise and Sports Conditioning.



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The implementation of speed and plyometric programs is widely used within the strength and conditioning world.  The evidence backs up the benefits and precautionary measure that need to be considered when devising a plyometric program. There are seven points to consider when devising a safe and appropriate plyometric program according to Brown and Ferrigno (2014). Choice, order, frequency, intensity, volume, rest, and progression (CO-FIVR-P) are foundational…


Posted on July 13, 2018 at 8:17am

Triangle of Athletic Performance

Motor Skill Variations


The off-season strength and conditioning program for football normally begins in January every year with the exception of the NFL with the collective bargaining agreement, which states that teams begin their off-season programs in late April.  The fundamental elements and the variation involved for developing college football players is the purpose of this blog.  The game of football demands the athlete be fast, strong, and…


Posted on May 26, 2015 at 10:00pm

What is in a practice?

In sport, practice determines success.  How athletes practice their craft can be traced to many successful well-known athletes.  The question that is always asked when looking at the elite level athletes is whether it was hard work or god given talent (genetics).  I have had the privilege to work across broad level of athletes.  I have worked with middle school all the way up to professional athletes.  Over the course of each athletes development one thing is a key factor.  That factor is…


Posted on May 26, 2015 at 9:55pm

NFL Strength and Conditioning "phases"

With all this talk of the 3 "phases" that these offseason strength and conditioning programs are about now in the NFL, I would be very interested to hear from some of the veteran strength coaches to hear what their strategy is now that they have 9 weeks vs. 14 weeks. I realize that most of the players were working out prior with private coaches or at their respective training facility, but with the shortened time devoted to the strength coach how different are their programs. Variables such as… Continue

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 11:11am

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