Keith BeltonFollow Coach Belton on IG
Director of Football Performance UCLA; President & CEO TeamThump Foundation
Without Keith Belton there is no coach Eaton, PERIOD! Keith has been in strength game for well over 10+yrs. As a former NFL fullback he has made it to the highest level of competition. Keith Belton is a leader in the community and in the field of Athletic Performance. Currently, Keith is the Director of Football Performance at UCLA. Keith is no stranger to hard work as he has worked with athletes on every level ranging from NFL, College, High School, Middle School, and Elementary. One area that continues to grow is in his foundation establishment TeamThump. He is able to reach young athletes by encouragement, physical, mental development, nutrition, social skills through competition, and help them build confidence in their sport, and in life.
Mason BaggettFollow Coach Baggett on IG
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, University of Nevada Reno
I had the distinct pleasure of working with Coach Baggett in 2020-2021 at the University of Oregon. He is the epitome of a SERVANT LEADER. There's not many out there like him that have the knowledge, have the background, but ultimately have the experience that he has. His work with U.S. Marine Core MARSOC, has set him apart due to his expert knowledge on leadership development. He is someone who I consider to be a brother not only in the field, but in life.
Aaron FeldFill the Sleeves with Coach Feld
Strength & Conditioning Coordinator University of Miami Football
Arguably one of the best in the STRENGTH game. Spend five seconds with Coach Feld and you will instantly be impacted. His ELITE level program rebuilding strategies, and cultural re-alignment are second-to-none. Coach Feld continues to be a leader in his community through his "Fill the Sleeves," campaign with all proceeds going towards Special Olympics. Not only does he care about people, he's able to leave an indelible mark on whoever he comes across. There's a reason why at one point he was the youngest Power 5 Head Strength Coaches in the country, its his IMPACT he has on a program, and his ability to change the culture IMMEDIATELY!
Isaiah GonzalesFollow Coach Gonzales on IG
Assistant Football Performance Coach, University of Texas
I met Isaiah in 2014 through Donnell Boucher at a performance clinic. Isaiah has continued to rise through the ranks with stops at Seattle University, University of Cal Berkeley, and now at the University of Texas. He has made a tremendous impact in our profession and in the community. I've never met a more driven, passionate, and knowledgeable human being that truly embodies what it means to be a Highest Level Ambassador. He continues to innovate, educate, and inspire the young generation of strength coaches to MAXIMIZE THIER POTENTIAL. A true gem, and great human being!
Shaud WilliamsFollow Coach Williams on IG
Assistant Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, University of Oregon Football
There are average people in the world, and then there is Shaud Williams! A former standout running back at The University of Alabama, NFL running back, and now Strength & Conditioning Coach he embodies the true meaning of "PEOPLE FIRST." There may not be a more passionate and purposeful person who cares about people more than Coach Williams. His ability to reach players is unique and incredible to witness on a daily bases. You can feel his presence when he's around you and it certainly rubs off. You will be a better human being after spending time with Coach Williams.
Kaz KazadiFollow Coach Kaz on IG
Assistant Athletic Director of Human Performance TCU
One word. Inspiration. Kaz leads the way not just in STRENGTH, but in LIFE. I had the pleasure of working with Kaz as an intern at Baylor University in 2011. It was there that I truly learned what servant leader meant. Kaz's ability to inspire, educate, affect change, and cultivate an elite level mindset is unmatched. Seeing him lead a team that went from arguably on of the worst in the Big XII at the time to a powerhouse was incredible. Kaz's story holds up against some of the greatest people in the world. Through his remarkable journey he has made every place he's been in the strength game better. Not only is he a master of his class, he is one of very few to hold the distinction of Master Strength Coach, through the CSCCa. The lives he has impacted in such a great way certainly doesn't go unnoticed, he was named FootballScoop's Strength Coach of the Year back in 2012. He continues to be a mentor to so many young professionals and always is evolving. His impact on me will forever be etched in my mind, body, and spirit. Without his guidance, and tough love that he showed me, I truly don't believe I'd be half the coach or man I am today.
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