Carter’s passion for sports performance fuels his unwavering commitment to the development of peak performance for each one of his athletes. Through the use of bio-mechanical and statistical analysis, he seeks to build upon the fundamental athletic qualities of speed, power, strength, and mobility, integrating them into the sport-specific skills that drive on-field performance and promote injury resilience, particularly in sprinting and rotational movement such as in Baseball, Golf, Lacrosse, Hockey, Track and Field, and Football.
Carter offers coaching insight from his experience with the CSU Football Strength and Conditioning staff, NFL Combine Prep, various high school athletic programs, and with his time helping lead training for the U.S. Army. Following a storied athletic career in baseball into the collegiate ranks, he aims to help athletes attain a deeper level of proficiency and understanding in movement, training, and sport.
Carter graduated high school from Georgetown Prep in Bethesda, Maryland and finished his degree in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State, where he then completed the internship with Landow Performance and was brought onto the team. Through the pursuit of continuous education, he is certified through Greg Roskopf’s soft tissue and manual muscle-testing course Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT).