Sports Performance Trainers

(Speed, Strength, Agility, and Mental Toughness)

Antawan Walker, USAW1 ,CSCS (2019) ​ - Director of Sports Performance Training / Athletic Performance Coach

Born and raised in Riviera Beach, Florida Antawan was quickly introduced to competing against some of the best athletes in the country.
After a stellar Football and Track career at University of Wisconsin Stout. Antawan received All Conference WIAC awards and was invited to attend multiple NFL and Arena League tryouts. Falling short of making a professional roster, Antawan earned is USAW1 and continuing education obtaining his CSCS to support athletes at a very high level. 
Antawan’s training philosophy is to “have our athletes dominate the end of the game or match, by applying consistent foundation of technique in the weight room. In return our athletes have become bigger, faster and stronger than their opponents”
Prior Experience:
● Park Center HS - Head Strength and Conditioning (14 Varsity Sports)
● Head Track and Field Coach / Varsity Football Coach
● Director of Sport Performance​ (Game Face Training /Untamed Training System)
● 5 + Years in the private training sector: 
50 + All Americans  Athletes 
100 + D1/D2/ D3 Athletes
Training ​Speciality:​
Strength and Conditioning, SAQ ( Speed, Agility and Quickness) Return to Competition and Corrective Exercise/ ACL Rehab

Jeremiah Rogers, B.S. in Biokinetics with an emphasis in exercise science - Sports Performance Training Coach


While in undergrad at Bethel University, Jeremiah worked at the school’s biokinetics lab where he administered a wide variety of tests to clients to help better their athletic performance and overall health. He also conducted research on the correlation of ankle flexibility and vertical jump height. Jeremiah interned at ETS for six months as a performance coach during his senior year and graduated from Bethel in 2020. He is currently working toward his CSCS. 


Jeremiah is passionate about meeting his clients where they are at and educating them on maximizing their athletic potential. Establishing strong foundations in eccentric, isometric and concentric movements are keys to Jeremiah’s vision for success. Jeremiah ran track for three years and has coached soccer for five years at a variety of levels ranging from 5th grade to highschool varsity.


Stephen Ayobamidele, College Track & Field Athlete - Sports Performance Training Coach

Stephen attended Park center Senior High school where he participated in basketball, football, and track & field. In 2017 Stephen became top 2 all time at park center for the triple jump with a mark of 45’5”. He participated at the state track and field meet in 2017 finishing 8th place in the triple jump and in 2018 finishing 4th place in the 4x200 relay. Currently in college Stephen competes in long jump and triple jump and has won 4 conference medals in triple jump.

Stephen has a passion for helping athletes build technical skills to take them to the next level through sports performance. Focusing on the quality not quantity of every movement.


Spencer Scott, Exercise Physiologist, B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science with a Minor in Psychology. (Currently working towards CSCS)

Spencer played middle linebacker for three seasons at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. He graduated a semester early with his Bachelor’s degree and is currently enrolled in Masters of Strength and Conditioning at UWRF. During his undergrad at River Falls, he interned at Catalyst as a rehab technician. During his internship he helped many athletes in their journey back to the field and court. He believes strongly in prehab. Spencer focuses on confusing the body while training. He believes that confusing the body during training will allow a client to adapt and overcome changes in their environment whether on or off the court, field or rink. Spencer also believes that through training, a person is able to strengthen their focus mentally especially when they are fatigued.