Brian Chandler, who has been named a top 50 Golf Fitness Trainer by Golf Digest, trains the UNLV men’s and women’s golf teams. He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a bachelor’s in Human Performance and works in addition to working with the Rebels also works with tour players Danielle Kang and former UNLV golfer Ryan Moore, among others.
“I wake up every day dedicated to help athletes achieve their full potential by increasing their human function so they can get the most out of their bodies,” says Chandler, the performance director at Elevate Sports Performance and Chiropractic located in Henderson, Nevada, a Las Vegas suburb.
Brian Chandler is a Co-Founder and the Performance Director of Elevate Sports Performance & Chiropractic, a sports medicine and performance training center located in Las Vegas, Nevada. With his passion for helping athletes achieve their highest levels of performance, he has helped athletes from junior levels all the way up to professional organizations such as MLB, NBA, PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, and NCAA athletics.
With his process of helping athletes alike continuously adapting through education and research, he is proud to offer the most current coaching and therapy modalities to help make athletes better. Brian graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University with a degree in Human Performance. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is also a Licensed Manual Therapist through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. He has taken several specialty certifications including Functional Range Conditioning, Active Release Techniques, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and is a Level 3 Certified Golf Fitness professional from the Titleist Performance Institute. He currently serves as the Head Performance Coach for the University of Nevada Las Vegas Men’s and Women’s Division I golf programs.
Brian was recently named Top 50 Golf Fitness Professionals in America by Golf Digest Magazine. Although Brian has a large background in movement assessment, he specializes in applied kinesiology and biomechanics as in relates to the rotational athlete. Brian has focused his work to helping injured athletes return from rehabilitation back to high performance through extensive evaluation whether its using 3D kinematics or a strength training intervention.
Being a competitive golfer himself, Brian is able to understand the goals of the athlete alongside their swing instructor to deliver a team approach and high level coaching experience.
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“I owe much of this win to Brian Chandler.”–Ryan Moore.