• Travelle Gaines

    Gaines is the founder of Athletic Gaines. He has trained professional athletes including Andrew Luck, Antonio Brown, Jimmy Butler, Lesean McCoy, Reggie Bush and Paul Millsap. Gaines also serves as a training expert for Nike, Eastbay, Yahoo! Sports, USA Today and the NFL Network. Read more

  • Curtis Williams

    Curtis Williams, Owner of Training C.A.M.P. Performance Center is a premier sports performance coach in New York City and nationwide. He was an active player in the NFL from 2005-2007, playing for the Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants, New York Jets. Curtis currently works with a wide range of athletes as well as clientele simply looking to improve their health and fitness. Coach Williams has over 10 years in the sports performance field to add to his resume as an NFL athlete and the first Director of Strength & Conditioning at New York University. Read more

  • Jeff Johnson

    Johnson began his career as a assistant receiver at Western Oregon. He was very instrumental in launching the career of Kevin Boss into the NFL. Since then he's trained 10 NFL Pro Bowls as well as multiple division 1 college recruits. Coach Johnson has a wealth of experience, knowledge and expertise in Position Specific and Performance Training for football. Read more

  • Steve Clarkson

    Steve Clarkson is considered the nation’s preeminent coach of quarterbacks, having had great success as a private coach and tutor for some of the finest quarterbacks at the professional, collegiate and high school levels. Clarkson has become the “go-to guy” tabbed by quarterbacks at all levels to assist with taking their on-field play to even higher plateaus. He has developed his company, Dreammakers, to assist athletes in discovering their full potential, both on and off the field. Read more

  • Josh Doctson

    Josh Doctson began his collegiate career at Wyoming before transferring to Texas Christian University, in his home state. Doctson became the TCU quarterback's primary target as a junior (65 receptions, 1,018 yards, 11 touchdowns) and had one of the most prolific campaigns by a wide receiver in TCU history in 2015 (consensus first team All-American honors, school-record 79 catches for 1,337 yards, school-record 14 scores). The Fred Biletnikoff Award finalist finished second in TCU history in career receptions and yards, and set the record for touchdown receptions, despite starting his career at another school. Josh spent 2 months at the EXOS training facility, at SKLZ headquarters in Carlsbad, to train for the NFL Combine. To prepare for his pro day workouts and the NFL Draft, Doctson is training with SKLZ products and EXOS methodology. Read more