Performance Enhancment Specialist
Mr. Wehrman attended Tabor College and interned in the Stength and Conditioning Department at the United States Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Ca. His internship involvement included assisting in Program Development and Applied Training with various current developmental athletes as well as past Olympic Medalists. He was introduced to the concept that individualization is the most important aspect to enhancing any persons performance in achieving whatever goals they may have.
Tracy states “ What I loved about working with individuals at the Olympic training center was the fact that each person had an intense drive to continue to improve. Without the continual significant improvement, dreams would be dashed, and the athletes careers would often come to an end. I love the critical challenge to help individuals make continued significant improvement.”
Next came work at the United Stated Air Force Academy under renowned strength coach Allen Hedrick. “For the athletes, I would challenge if any program made as much progress with a group as Allen Hedrick did with the football team in regards to physical development”. “Working with Allen Hedrick in the implementation of the Strength Program and spending time with the physiologist was an invaluable experience for me.” Wehrman says. This experience aided in Tracy’s knowledge base of how to enhance productivity with a large group of people if needed.
Following the great experience of the high level of training, Tracy had the opportunity to teach Physical Education and Health. Currently he trains fitness clients and works as a Performance Specialist with athletes of all ages.
No matter the sport, or goal," Tracy say’s, “With all of my experiences and education, I firmly believe that in order to make the most progress, training needs to be customized to the individual. While I am able to work with large groups, my specialty is individuality. “
Tracy Wehrman loves challenges and would be excited to help you in meeting your Maximized Potential!