Eric Hammer, M.S.

Education

  • University of Nebraska at Omaha

Certifications

  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association(CCSCCA) Strength and Conditioning Certified Coach
  • United States Weightlifting: USAW-1
  • International Youth Conditioning Association: High School Strength Coach Certified; Youth Fitness Instructor Level 1
  • Functional Movement Systems Level 1
  • Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach
  • NSCA Ignition Speed
  • Reflexive Performance Reset Level 1
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED

Specialties

  • Specialty populations (youth, cardiac rehabilitation, diabetes, overweight, orthopedic post-surgery rehabilitations)
  • Collegiate sports (football, baseball, basketball, swimming/diving, lacrosse, golf, soccer, field hockey, track/field, ice hockey, wrestling, tennis)
  • Professional sports (NFL, MLB)

Philosophy

I am driven by the 24-hour athlete rule. A training session only lasts a small portion of the day. What the athlete does the other 23 hours in the day ultimately determines their success in achieving whatever goals they have set.

Griffin Uhl, B.S.

Education

  • University of Louisville

Certifications

  • NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist
    NSCA Ignition Speed System
    American Heart Association CPR/AED

Philosophy

I work in an environment that makes the athlete feel comfortable, developing a relationship built on trust. I want all of my athletes to succeed, and I will provide a training atmosphere that does not stifle personality, but encourages it while being extremely efficient with our time and techniques.

Brock Martin, M.S.

Education

  • University of Louisville
  • University of Indianapolis

Certifications

  • NCSA Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Exercise Physiologist
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED

Specialties

  • Student athlete sports performance
  • Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting
  • Speed and agility development
  • Return to Play programming

Philosophy

As a performance coach, I aim to train and condition individuals across all sports and experience levels in a way that will transfer to their performance while minimizing the potential risk of injury. “Coach the athlete, not the movement.”

John Stich, B.S.

Education

  • University of Louisville

Certifications

  • NCSA Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED

Philosophy

To help improve athletic performance and increase injury prevention.

Derek Dozier, B.S.

Education

  • Hanover College

Certifications

  • NCSA Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED

Specialties

  • High school team and individual football position-specific training

Philosophy

Every athlete, at any level, always has room to get better and improve. Strength and conditioning is more than just being big, strong and fast, but being able to tell yourself that you are prepared and ready to perform at a high level each time you step onto the field/court.

Daniel Martin, M.S.

Education

  • University of Louisville
  • Transylvania University

Certifications

  • NCSA Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED

Philosophy

My favorite part of coaching is forming relationships with the athletes. There needs to be buy-in from the athlete, and that comes from trust. Once there is a relationship in place, the athlete will have better adherence to the program and a better experience overall. As time goes on, that relationship becomes the foundation that all the physical/athletic advancements were built upon.

Meagan Vota, B.S.

Education

  • University of Louisville

Certifications

  • SafeSport
  • NFHS ACL Injury Prevention, Concussion in Sports, NCAA Eligibility, Sports Nutrition
  • EXOS Absolute Speed
  • American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid

Specialties

  • Cheerleading

Philosophy

I strive to teach and interact with athletes based on their communication and learning styles to ensure full takeaway from sessions. I aim to build high performance while translating life skills to their everyday lives on and off the field/court. Making a positive impact on the athlete is key to increasing motivation to be better within one’s sport.

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