Coach Joe Jaramillo graduated from Cherokee Trail High School in 2010 and continued to further his education by graduating from Colorado State University with his Bachelors of Health and Exercise Science Degree in the spring of 2014. Coach Joe has been a part of the Landow Performance team since the summer of 2014 upon being hired after his 600-hour summer internship under owner Loren Landow.
Currently Coach Joe works with individuals and teams of all ages, sports, and skill levels ranging from elementary, middle school, high school, college, and professional athletes. Having over 12 years of baseball experience being a catcher and 3rd baseman, Coach Joe works with several high school baseball athletes as well as college and minor league players.
The spring of 2017 will mark the end of Coach Joe’s third year working with the Colorado Thunderbirds hockey organization. He has had the privilege of coaching the 13U, 14U, 15U, 16N, and 18U teams and has had the opportunity of working with hockey players currently in the NCAA Division 1, USHL, NAHL, BCHL, and AJHL levels.
Coach Joe has had the privilege to work with over 20 division-1 high school committed athletes in hockey, baseball, racquetball, softball, and football. Joe’s training philosophy is focused on preparing athletes for their sport with an emphasis on injury prevention and proper form when teaching strength training, linear speed, and multi-planar movement to assist in elongating their career.
Coach Joe’s continuing education credentials include nationally accredited certifications through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, United States Weightlifting association, and is currently enrolled in Greg Roskopf’s Muscle Activation Techniques Specialist course.