University of Utah Strength and Conditioning
The University of Utah Strength and Conditioning program takes great pride in its aggressive approach toward the development of its student-athletes. Our training mission is to prepare athletes mentally and physically to compete at the highest level of competition and in its most intense environments.
To develop discipline through accountability, team pride and positive reinforcement.
Effectively motivate athletes to believe in themselves and to achieve maximum potential in all areas of performance.
Create a training atmosphere that is extremely intense through motivation, competition, and tradition.
Strength Training at Utah
Elite training facility
Top level coaches
Five-member staff includes Director Doug Elisaia
7,500 square foot glass enclosed facility
12 full racks with Olympic platforms
Large dumbbell training area complete with 12
0-90 degree incline walk-up benches
Large cardiovascular area complete with treadmills, cross trainers, stair steppers and
Various hammer strength accessory machines
Sports specific strength training equipment that includes two Austin leg drive sleds and two
Gilman indoor rambacks.
Over 10,000 pounds of bumper plates
Over 8,000 pounds of free weights
Over 4,000 pounds of dumbbell weights