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Jim Krumpos is in his third stint with the strength and conditioning staff at Arizona and currently serves as the Assistant Athletic Director for Performance Enhancement/Director of Olympic Sports. He works with the Wildcats baseball, volleyball, soccer and diving programs. In his role, Krumpos designs and implements year-round workouts, focusing on strength, speed, agility, explosiveness, balance and conditioning. He produces sport-specific programs that include technique instruction, testing and evaluating, in addition to reconditioning injured student-athletes in conjunction with the sports medicine staff.
A 2003 graduate of Arizona, Krumpos has a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in physiology, physical education and psychology. He added a master's degree in liberal studies from UNC Charlotte in 2006.
His current certifications include P.I.C.P. strength and conditioning specialist level two, N.S.C.A. certified strength and conditioning specialist, USAW club coach, N.A.S.M performance enhancement specialist, N.A.S.M corrective exercise specialist, N.A.S.E specialist in speed and explosion, a level three fascial stretch specialist, fascial distortion therapist and is SCCC certified. Krumpos and his wife, Kristin, have a son, Carson, and a daughter, Abigail.
In This Episode We Discuss:
What experience in his journey impacted him the most, and Why.
Biggest mistake he has made and how he learned from it.
Year long Baseball Annual plan.
Position specificity in baseball.
Best piece of coaching advice he has ever received.
His favorite quote, Book/App/Website recommendation.