#4 Chris Rusnock: Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Owner of Rusnock Sports Performance and Fitness, certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Biomechanist, Chris Rusnock fulfilled his dream by creating a facility that combines elite athletic performance training, personal training, and bodywork under one roof. His philosophy incorporates a holistic approach to performance as he believes one must be aligned physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually to maximize full potential.

Chris is highly accredited as a Strength and Conditioning Coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He has completed the highly regarded XPS Certification through EXOS, is a certified apprentice coach in the short sprints and the performance therapy course with the ALTIS track and field club, and also has the Level One FMS Certification. Chris completed his undergraduate degree at Slippery Rock University in Physical Education with a minor in Sport Management and Athletic Training.

In this show, Chris shares his amazing story that drove him to fulfill his dream. From postal work to building a huge training facility, it all started with a dream, a passion and a desire to create a healthy, strong community.

From high school to professional athletes, he has trained them all. But his biggest passion comes from helping those who want to become their best.

Chris explains that there is a problem of misinformation and too much information out there that really confuses us all. He takes the approach by breaking things down to specific movements along with precise training to meet the individual’s unique needs compared to the old school squats and bench press.

His targeted assessment and programs are designed to meet the individual, the athlete, the adult, where they are and focuses on returning them to become their healthiest self.

There is a shift in our community to become healthy, train for a specific sport, and train to be healthy for a lifetime.


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