Chain Reaction Fitness & Performance

Chain Reaction Fitness & Performance

1 employee
9 years in business

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Chain Reaction Fitness & Performance LLC


We are dedicated to enriching lives, building meaningful relationships, and relentlessly pursuing the goals of each individual that walks through our doors.


· Kaizen

· Pay it forward

· Take the stairs


To provide sports performance training that enables athletes/clients to reach their highest potential both during and beyond the years of competitive athletics.


To add value to ones' life through inspiration and motivation to be the best version of themselves.


It is our responsibility as physical preparation coaches to help our athletes/clients achieve the highest level of physical preparation/success using methods/means that yield the highest possible results at the lowest cost/risk to the athlete/client by taking a scientific, systematic, and orthopedically sound approach to training.

The lasting impact on my clients lives. We teach far more than just effective strength & conditioning.

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Westminster, CO 80005
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

A thorough assessment and needs analysis is needed inorder to guide our training. Everybody is differnet and every body is different, so training programs are catered to my client's individual needs. But no matter who you are or what you do, I have steadfast principles that apply to everyone.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

BS in Exercise Science & Health Education

Associates Degree in Biology

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)

Functional Range Conditioning Specialist (FRC)

Precision Nutrition Coach (Pn-Lv-1)

Former Collegiate and Professional Sport Performance Coach (MLB, NHL)

Former Professional Research Analysist (NHL)

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Anyone can make you tired, but can they make you better?


Benefits to the Student Athletes

1.) Reduce injuries: A qualified strength and conditioning professional can play a pivotal role in preparing young athletes for sport and thereby minimize or offset the incidence
and severity of sport-related injuries common to young individuals.

2.) Improve long-term athletic development: A qualified strength and conditioning professional understands the many variables that go into designing training-age-appropriate programs, and can produce more positive results.

3.) Improve performance: Athletes who participate in a well-designed strength and conditioning program typically will be faster, stronger, and more powerful, move more efficiently, and be more athletic that they would be without it.

4.) Improve confidence: Athletes who invest time in strength and conditioning tend to develop confidence through changes in their body composition and increased physical literacy, as well as the knowledge that the development that occurs as a result of their training can give them an advantage in competition.

5.) Improve health: In addition to increasing muscular strength, power, and muscular endurance, regular participation in a young resistance training program has the potential to influence many other health- and fitness-related measures, and can play an important role in alleviating many health-related conditions.

Benefits to Organization

1.) Limited Liability: A qualified strength and conditioning professional can help limit your organizations liability and implement procedures that support risk-management.

2.) Increase professionalism and safety: For the same reason schools require a certified athletic trainer to work with their injured athletes or a certified lifeguard on pool decks, the same should be true for the coach who is designing and supervising the strength and conditioning program.

3.) Extra coach on staff for all sports: A strength coach allows the sport coach more time to focus on the day-to-day practice schedule while the strength coach oversees the strength and conditioning of the team.

4.) Due diligence: Demonstrates due diligence in properly equipping athletes for the physical and mental demands of a particular sport and establishes a greater commitment to injury prevention.