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Justin Roethlingshoefer

Justin Roethlingshoefer is a 2014 graduate of the University of Louisville and the head sports performance coach for the Miami hockey program. His primary duties include managing all aspects of the RedHawks' strength and on and off ice conditioning, nutrition and supplementation programs, performance analytics, day to day practice implementation and planning with the coaching staff, and massage therapy and recovery techniques. He also designs and implements individual workout programs for each player both in season and during the summer, create individual meal plans based on player need, monitor player gains and fatigue and maintain the new weight room at the Goggin Ice Center. He is also in control of monitoring, implementing and reading data from Polar, GPS, and other performance technology.

Roethlingshoefer is a certified as a strength and conditioning coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also Precision Nutrition (PN) certified, Kinesiotape certified, and possesses a United States Weightlifting level one certification. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Movement Science from Westfield State University in 2012 and his Masters of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from Louisville in 2014.

Blogs by Justin Roethlingshoefer
February 10, 2015

Ice Hockey Player Development Using Heart Rate Monitoring

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