Movement Coaching

Movement coaches are trained specialist at assessment and optimization of movement that begins by systemically analyzing foundational patterns while taking into consideration physical and medical history. Intervention with the movement coach includes corrective exercise, behavior modification and additional programming to improve functional movement patterns.

In my twelve plus years in the industry I have made a very deliberate effort to fill my conceptual “tool box” with a wide variety of tools to fulfill the goals of my clientele. While at Thomas More College I had the opportunity to coach four years of college football while double majoring in Psychology (to improve my understanding of my clients motivation), and Exercise Physiology under Ted Lambernides who is a GIANT in this field.

Meanwhile I was fortunate enough to spend a year working at the University of Cincinnati as a strength coach where I learned the intensity necessary to control a room full of 60 plus athletes. I also spent six months working with the Cincinnati Bengals under strength coach Chip Morton where I learned the value of becoming a student of the industry and devoting myself to daily reading to refine my skills.

While still in college I was also presented the opportunity to work with former Olympic sprint coach, Joe Gentry as he prepped a dozen upper level prospects for the NFL combine. That is where I truly began to understand the detail necessary to really teach speed.

After school, in my next twelve years, I spent two years at a time learning about and refining a new skill. From my time as a head strength coach at a high school figuring out sports performance and then to the private spectrum, I spent time refining my speed program, improving my background and practice in the corrective/therapeutic realm, learning the Olympic lifts under Chris Cleary (who’s knowledge is unparalleled in the tristate area), to figuring out hard style Kettlebell training.

Most recently I spend my time learning to teach, from working with college interns to new professionals. I’ve become more efficient at conveying the heart and sole of biomechanics.

In my twelve plus years in the industry I have made a very deliberate effort to fill my conceptua... Read More

Seamus Kenneally is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Prior to training, Seamus received his bachelor’s degree and played baseball at Marietta College. As a 10-year-old, Seamus fell in love with movement training once he was introduced to Breakthrough Owner and Movement Specialist Josh Hostetler. Through mentorship, guidance and practice; Seamus has spent 14 years working diligently to understand movement. Starting as a tool to provide a performance edge on the field, movement training developed into a passion to help athletes create their own.

Seamus Kenneally is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.... Read More

Jacob Mills is an experienced fitness professional who focuses on fitness, sports performance, pain mitigation, and movement. Jacob’s personal experiences and passions led to pursuing a career in fitness where he seeks to provide the highest quality coaching and to create the most positive impact on client’s lives.

Jacob Mills is an experienced fitness professional who focuses on fitness, sports performance, pa... Read More

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