Kimberly Reilly, NSCA- CSCS
Kim has over 14 years of experience in the field of Strength & Conditioning, working with a variety of athletes from ages 8-40. In addition to training athletes on athletic development, Kim also served as Henderson High School’s Assistant Swim Coach for both the Men's & Women’s team from 2004-2017 and still stays involved with the program. Graduating from West Chester University in 2003 with a B.S. in Kinesiology, Kim was also a member of the Golden Rams Varsity Swim Team where she was a 3 time NCAA All-American, 9 Time NCAA All-American- Honorable Mention, 4 Year PSAC All-Conference, 3 Time PSAC State Champion. Kim had currently competed nationally in Olympic Weightlifting for East Coast Gold Club (ECG of USA Weightlifting) and has participated in the 2014 National Championships and the 2014 American Open for 69kg. Kim was inspired to help athletes reach their potential after receiving her internship from Drexel University where she helped train all varsity sports in Strength & Conditioning and athletic improvement. Kim is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Jean serves as the 14U AAA Elite Jr Flyers Girls Assistant Head Coach in the 2017-2018 season. She previously served as the Assistant Coach of the 14U AAA Elite Jr Flyers Girls team in the 2015-2016 season, Head Coach of the Quakers girls’ 14U Tier 1 team in the 2013-2014 season, as well as the assistant Coach of the Quakers girls’ 19U Tier 1 team in the 2012-2013 season. While obtaining her bachelor’s degree at Providence College, she played for their, NCAA Division 1, Ice Hockey team for 4 years. In 2010-2011 she was named the Team Captain, and was presented with the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award as well as the Providence College Women’s Hockey “Captains’ Award”. In 2009-2010 she was named the team’s Assistant Captain. In addition to receiving team recognition, she has received repeated recognition from the Hockey East league: she’s been named Hockey East Player of the Week two times, Hockey East Player of the Month, as well as a Hockey East Second-Team All-Star. She was awarded the 2010 Providence College Women’s Hockey “Coaches Award”.Jean is currently working towards her Strength and Conditioning Certification.
Jean applies all of her experience in collegiate level coaching and as a top tier athlete to help build our clients both physically and mentally.
Zach Torres, USAW
Zach holds a BS in Kinesiology from West Chester University. While studying Kinesiology, he also minored in Health Sciences and Coaching. He is a certified USA Weightlifting Performance Coach, and has worked in the sports performance industry since 2005. Since then, he has directed the Strength and Conditioning of various elite level teams and over 2,000 High School, College, and Professional athletes. Zach’s unique and highly motivational training techniques are beneficial to athletes of all levels.
Austin White, CSCS
Austin, the newest addition to High Performance Athletic Training Center, is a sports performance specialist who has worked with some of the best athletes in the area ranging from high school to the collegiate level.
Austin arrived at High Performance after serving as an Intern Strength and conditioning coach for the University of Maryland’s Football team in 2017. Before Maryland, Austin was a volunteer strength and conditioning coach for the Spring-Ford Rams high school football team for the 2014 season.
He received his bachelor’s degree in Sports management from Kutztown University along with a minor in Health Promotion and Fitness Administration in 2016. He is pursuing his master’s degree in the near future.
Austin is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Jimmy Law, M.S
Jimmy Law is a native of the West Chester area. Growing up he played ice hockey for the Quakers and Malvern Prep. After high school, Jimmy studied Exercise Science while playing Division I ACHA hockey at the University of Pittsburgh. Jimmy was a team captain his senior year and was awarded the 2015 Coaches Award for one who best exemplifies what a coach looks for in his players. Jimmy interned with Pitt Football Strength and Conditioning during the 2015 season. Shortly after, he was hired as a Speed and Strength Coach for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, a USL professional soccer team. Jimmy then worked in a physical therapy office while earning his Master’s in Health and Fitness. As of September 2017, he has received his Master’s degree and is assistant coaching the 15U and 16U National Jr flyer youth teams. Jimmy looks forward to combining athletic performance with injury prevention to create elite athletes.