| Ted Lambrinides
Assistant Strength Coach
Works with: Football
Ted Lambrinides, a long-time fitness professional with a broad range of experience in the field, enters his third season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Kentucky. He works mainly with the football team.
Lambrinides (pronounced lam-brin-EE-des), a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, did his undergraduate studies in business marketing and graduate studies in coaching and exercise science at The Ohio State University, where he began his career as a student assistant and graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach. After OSU, Lambrinides worked as director of education for two fitness companies, Nautilus Midwest and Hammer Strength Corporation. In 2001, Lambrinides began his own enterprise as owner and president of High Performance Training, Inc. His business has expanded to three training centers in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. He has been involved extensively in helping potential NFL players train for the league combine and other evaluation events.
Lambrinides, a member of the NCAA Speakers Bureau, has been a consultant and guest speaker for a variety of topics, including strength training, conditioning and sports nutrition. His clients have featured NFL teams such as Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Carolina; the Boston Celtics and Toronto Raptors of the NBA; and several universities, including Boston College, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana, Stanford, Marquette, Penn State, Navy and Army.
Since 1991, Lambrinides also has been a lecturer and coordinator of the exercise science program at Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Ky.
Lambrinides and his wife, Kim, have two daughters, Kristin and Rebecca.