Chris Jarmon is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S.) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He was a co-presenter at the 2019 NSCA National Conference speaking on the topic of blood flow restriction training for performance and injury rehabilitation. He is the coauthor of Denver Broncos Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Loren Landow’s newest book, All-Pro Performance Training: An Insider’s Guide to Preparing for the Football Combine. Prior to Landow Performance, Chris interned at the University of Denver where he helped train their 17 Division I sports teams.
Chris specializes in science-based strength training methods designed to build better athletes who are prepared for the unique physical demands of their sport, with past teenage and adult clients playing hockey, football, soccer, golf, lacrosse, and tennis. In addition to weight training, Chris uses field-based movement training to teach athletes proper speed and agility techniques and help them transform their overall athleticism. Chris is also a highly sought-after personal trainer in the Denver area for healthy and sustainable weight loss, having personally lost more than 100 pounds over the 12 months following his college football career.
Prior to his coaching career Chris worked at ESPN on production crews for live sporting event broadcasts, including Monday Night Football, the NFL Draft, the X Games, Major League Soccer, and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. A Boulder, Colorado native and three-sport athlete at Boulder High School, Chris graduated from Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa where as a football player he was the team captain for two seasons and received All-Midwest Conference honors.