Gayle Hatch is a member of the USA
Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame and the USA Weightlifting
Hall of Fame. Hatch served as Head Coach for the 2004 USA Men’s
Olympic Weightlifting Team that competed in Athens, Greece. In addition
more . . .
Al Miller, a member of the inaugural
USA Strength and Conditioning 2003 Hall of Fame class, enters his 20th
season as a coach in the NFL and his eighth as strength and conditioning
coach of the Falcons. In his role with the Falcons, more
. . .
Johnny Parker is in his first season with the 49ers as
Strength and Conditioning Coach. Parker, an 18-year NFL coaching veteran,
joins San Francisco after spending the past two seasons in the private
sector following a year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002) more
. . .
Barry Rubin in 2004 enters his sixth
season as the Packers’ strength and conditioning coach and 10th
season overall in Green Bay. One of Mike Sherman's initial coaching
staff appointments, Rubin was named to the position Jan. 19, 2000, and
retained more . . .
Dr. Chuck Stiggins, currently a
professor in the College of Health and Human Performance at Brigham
Young University, was the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the
Brigham Young University Athletic Department for twenty-five years.
In this position, more . . .
Boyd Epley, who is in his 35th year
with the athletic department, was promoted to associate athletic director
in June of 2003. Previously, he served 34 years as the department's
head strength coach and the past nine years as assistant athletic director
and more . . .
Mike Clark is currently Head Strength
& Conditioning Coach for the NFL Seattle Seahawks. Clark came to
Seattle from Texas A&M where he spent 14 years as the Head Strength
& Conditioning Coach . Before joining the Texas A&M coaching
staff, he was more . . .
Rob Oviatt was born and raised in
Wooster, Ohio. He received his Bachelors degree in Physical Education
from the University of Alabama, while at the same time serving as a
volunteer assistant in the weight room during the tenure of more
. . .