Shane Cronin

Performance Coach

Shane is a Fort Worth resident who joined Athlete Training + Health in March 2019. He assists with coaching the Student Athlete and Forever Athlete programs. Shane is also responsible for designing and implementing aspects of Strength & Conditioning for the Team programs, notably through his involvement with minor league baseball team, the Texas Airhogs in Grand Prairie, Texas.

From 2014 to 2019, he was a master trainer in the corporate fitness realm, and designed Strength & Conditioning programs for clients from ages 12-72.

Prior to his stint as master trainer, Shane held the capacity of Assistant Strength & Conditioning coach at Midwestern State University from 2011-2014 where he was 2nd assistant for football and Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for men & women basketball, men & women tennis, and men & women cyclist. In addition, Shane was the Strength & Conditioning Internship Coordinator at MSU and heavily involved in Sport Science research co-authoring seven articles with several presented at the NSCA National Conferences. From 2010-2011, Shane interned at Texas Christian University and Arizona State University as a Strength and Conditioning coach.

Shane earned his B.S. in Exercise Science from the University of Sioux Falls before completing his M.S. in Exercise Physiology at Midwestern State University, with a research focus in pre-screening modalities related to athletic performance and injury in athletes. Currently, his research concentrations are biomechanical and physiological factors related to strength, speed and power in athletes. As a former collegiate football athlete, he won back-to-back National Championships for the University of Sioux Falls in 2008 and 2009. They were runners-up in the 2010 National Championship. Shane is a Certified Sport Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting and is Functional Movement Screen (FMS) certified. Shane resides in Fort Worth with his wife Hannah and two children, Ezekiel and Ellie.