Promotions of Gustin, Guilmette and Evans highlight staff restructure

Athletic Lab is restructuring our coaching staff to enhance efficiencies and improve our services. Highlighting the staff restructure are the promotions of Greg Gustin to Assistant Director of Performance,  Brian Guilmette to Director of Content & Community and John Evans to Assistant Director of Content. Athletic Lab already has one of the most educated, experienced and credentialed coaching staffs in the entire country and we expect this restructure will make us even stronger.

Greg Gustin: Assistant Performance Director

Greg Gustin has been promoted to Assistant Performance Director. In his new capacity, Greg will take on a greater role with business administration, member relations, staff education and programming of training. Greg Gustin joined the Athletic Lab coaching staff in 2016 following his successful completion of our coaches mentorship program. Previously, Greg served as our Director of Facilities.

Greg has been a lynchpin at Athletic Lab from the moment he joined our staff. He’s always gone above and beyond in his duties as a coach and in his prior role as Director of Facilities. Greg is one of the most all-around coaches we have and understands “the Athletic Lab way” as well as anyone. He’s the perfect fit to keep us moving forward.

– Mike Young, PhD
Athletic Lab Director of Performance & Research

Brian Guilmette: Director of Scholastic Training

Brian Guilmette has been promoted to the new Director of Content & Community. Brian joined the Athletic Lab coaching staff in the Fall of 2015 following his successful completion of our coaches mentorship program. In 2016, he directed our NFL Combine Preparation Program and prior to this promotion, Brian was the Director of Scholastic Training at Athletic Lab. In his new role, Brian will continue coaching while overseeing our media efforts and community events.

In Brian, we have a team member who’s not only a great coach but is also incredibly talented at content creation. Since taking over this role, our social media presence, quality of content, design and educational material have really taken off. To be able to do what we’re now doing without outsourcing is incredible. He’s also helping to strengthen our already incredible community. These are areas that I think are crucial to a company’s success and he’s the perfect person for the job.

– Mike Young, PhD
Athletic Lab Director of Performance & Research

John Evans: Assistant Director of Content

John Evans has been promoted to Assistant Content Director. John first joined Athletic Lab as an a part of our Coaching Mentorship in 2014. Following 2 Athletic Lab mentorships, completion of his Masters degree and an internship at ALTIS, John returned to Athletic Lab as a coach in 2017. In his new role, John will assist Brian Guilmette in the creation of social media content as well our upcoming online training platform.

John has an incredible passion for the field of athletic development. This has always been obvious as a coach but you can see it shine through in his early efforts creating content.  The work he’s doing is helping to provide a behind-the-scenes look at how we train our athletes and he will play a critical role as we expand our online training presence.

– Mike Young, PhD
Athletic Lab Director of Performance & Research

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