Justin has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for 15+ years in Physical Therapy and Sports Performance Training. Throughout his career Justin has had the opportunity to train youth, high school, college, and professional athletes that are involved in wide variety of sports. He has also worked with many college football athletes preparing them for the NFL combine. Justin has also been an assistant football coach and has been a ski guide for “blind skiers”.
Justin has assisted in developing a Biomechanical Running Analysis Program and a Golf Enhancement Program at Logan Regional Hospital Sports Medicine. He also has experience in using a Biodex Dynamometer, Dartfish, and DartPower as tools for testing individuals for return to activities and Division 1 Athlete’s return to sport. Justin uses his knowledge from coaching, exercise physiology, and biomechanics to ensure a positive training environment that will improve the overall health of an athlete, as well as improve agility, speed, power, recovery time, and injury prevention. He takes time in understanding and getting to know each athlete and educates those regarding correct running biomechanics, lifting techniques and forms.
Justin received his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education both at Utah State University.