Tim Panetta, MS, CSCS, USAW-Lvl 1, FRC-ms

Fox Lane HS (Bedford, NY) - 2009

University of Connecticut Baseball / SUNY Cortland Baseball

Coach Tim is a former collegiate athlete and former collegiate strength and conditioning coach. He is truly passionate about helping others, living a life of service, and creating mentally tough individuals. Tim believes in daily personal development, leading by example, DOING the work, and positively impacting everyone he meets.


Scott Dalconzo, MS, CSCS, USAW-Lvl 1, RPR

Lacey HS (Forked River, NJ) - 2007

Kean University Football

Coach Scott is a former collegiate athlete and brings years of Collegiate Strength & Conditioning experience, having coached at Rutger University, Louisiana Tech, Lamar University, University of Missouri, UCONN, and Monmouth University. He believes in the 6 pillars of mental performance: culture, mindset, effort, grit, love and intelligence. It is these 6 qualities within our staff and our clientele that create the most robust student-athlete. Coach Scott believes in the TOTAL development of the student athlete while instilling these qualities to provide the young athlete with characteristics that will set them up for success in anything that they do. Coach Scott is truly passionate about teaching student athletes and seeing their FULL long term development drives him to be the best.


Nate Garcia, BS, CSCS, USAW-Lvl 1

Cooper City HS (Cooper City, FL) - 2014 

Carson Newman University Football 

Originally from South Florida, Coach Nate is a former collegiate football player. His playing experience is coupled with several years of experience in performance training. He has trained athletes of all types and ages.  As a former assistant strength coach of the Boston Red Sox, Coach Nate has seen how the best athletes in the world train, and how to bring that to the collegiate, high school, and youth levels. He believes in developing well-rounded athletes in and out of the weight room. This means not only training athletes physically, but mentally as well. Consistency is key for Coach Nate. It is easy to be great in a moment; however, he challenges his athletes to be great every day.