Tommy Christian, Director of Training, is one of the top sports performance coaches in the country. He is the former Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning for Northwestern University (2000–2002). For the past ten years he has lead the Northwestern University football team’s speed development program, achieving a resume of experience and results that are unmatched in the Chicago-land area.
Tommy is the former starting inside linebacker for the Wildcats under Coach Gary Barnett (1992). During his playing career at Northwestern he was the top Iron Cat point winner for his combination of speed, strength, explosiveness, and stamina Tommy has an extraordinary ability to assimilate data, analyze it logically, and combine it with the knowledge he's acquired from his own experience in sports to create results-driven training programs.
In addition, he consults with the strength and conditioning staff to assist in speed development of all the university's athletic programs. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), Tommy also holds the Etcheberry Certification for Tennis.
Pairing an extensive athletic background and coaching experience with a degree in engineering, Tommy has learned to view the body as a machine and bases his TCBOOST training programs on the science of movement.