Lafayette College Performance Enhancement Philosophy Statement:Our Goal as a sports performance staff is to maximize the potential of each student athlete with an exercise prescription specific to the individual athlete's needs and the demands of the sport in which they participate.
To achieve a mindset that will develop an intolerant attitude towards adversity, pain and suffering from yourself or your teammate.
To develop an athlete's body in a way that is beneficial to their particular sports.
To build a highly competitive, intense team building environment.
Lafayette College Sports Performance Staff
Director Sports Performance: Brad Potts M.S., CSCS, USAW, RSCC
Assistant Director of Sports Performance: Steve Plunkett, M.S. CSCS
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Gene Palmasano, ISSA
Former Assistant and Interns under Coach Brad Potts:
Spencer Brown CSCS – Fitness Director Moravian College
Angelo James JR. CSCS – Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach University of Tennessee
Amanda Kuperavage CSCS – Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning Monmouth University
Anthony Paroli MS, CSCS – The Ohio State University-Football Strength and Conditioning
Dustin Clarke MS, CSCS – New York Mets
“Our recipe for success is simple, WIN TODAY. If we perform every rep, every day with great pride, purpose and passion it will result in a win for that day.”
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