Trey Job, originally from Kennesaw, GA, joined Athlete Training and Health in May 2016 as a Senior Performance Coach. Trey is responsible for overseeing ATH’s primary training programs, coach education and development and continuing development of the internship and mentorship education programs.
From 2013 to 2016 Trey worked at Southeastern Louisiana as the assistant strength and conditioning coach working with football, baseball, men and women’s basketball, softball, men’s golf, women’s tennis, men and women’s track and field, volleyball, and cheer and dance. At SLU, he trained multiple strength and conditioning All-Americans, national-level track and field athletes and championship-winning teams. Before SLU, Trey worked at Kennesaw State University assisting with baseball, softball, men and women’s basketball, and women’s golf. Before KSU, Trey worked at Georgia Southern with all sports on campus as a student assistant. Trey has worked with many athletes that have continued to play professionally in multiple sports in North America and across the world.
Trey is currently pursuing postgraduate research through the Auckland University of Technology focusing on shoulder strength and throwing velocity with baseball players. He completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Georgia Southern University and his Master’s in Kinesiology with an emphasis in motor development from Southeastern Louisiana University. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is a certified sports performance coach through United States Weightlifting (USAW).