| Brady Collins
Assistant Strength Coach
Works with: Football
Brady Collins is in his third season on the strength and conditioning staff for the University of Kentucky football and men's basketball teams, helping in the daily workout regimens for each sport. He also serves as the strength and conditioning coach for the 2011 NCAA national championship and 2012 small bore NCAA national championship rifle team.
Collins graduated with a bachelor's degree from Otterbein College in 2009, majoring in health promotion and sports sciences with an emphasis in coaching. He completed his master's degree in kinesiology in the spring of 2011 from Kentucky.
The native of Lewis Center, Ohio, served as an intern at Ohio State University and a certified public trainer at The High Intensity Training Center. While at OSU, Collins worked with 15 men's and women's sports programs, including the nationally ranked football and baseball teams.
Collins, a certified member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, spent three years as a certified public trainer, helping implement specific individualized training programs for men and women of all ages. He also is a certified USAW Sports Performance Coach.