Joe DeLeo is a full time Strength & Conditioning Coach at Lawrence Memorial Hospital Performance & Wellness Center in Lawrence, Kansas. He coaches inside a sports performance and physical therapy clinic at Rock Chalk Park. He works with athletes returning directly from sports rehabilitation as well as athletes focused on performance in the sports of baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, swimming, track & field, and volleyball.
In October of 2018, Joe was named the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Portuguese Rowing Federation. In addition to these responsibilities he owns and operates LEO Training. LEO Training focuses on high performance and injury rehabilitation for the sport of rowing by providing content, education, and seminars to the rowing community.
Joe is passionate about empowering his students and athletes to improve their health, life and athletic performance through a process-oriented approach that yields results in movement, strength, power and injury resilience.
He use many modalities to train his athletes. These include kettlebells, barbell, bodyweight, indian clubs, the gada, and suspension trainers. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He also holds certifications as a Functional Movement Specialist Level II, Rocktape FMT II, and is a Level I Girya and Bodyweight Instructor with StrongFirst. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri, where he can be found both off and on the water helping his rowers get stronger and faster!
LEO Training, is the resource for strength & conditioning and injury rehabilitation for the sport of rowing.