Steve Newman - Senior Performance Coach
Hometown: Carson, CA
Bachelor's Degree: Arizona State University - Exercise Science/Exercise Physiology
Graduate Degree: California State University, Long Beach - Kinesiology/Biomechanics
Certifications: CSCS *D, USAW
Coach Newman has been in the field of strength and conditioning since 1999. During that time he has worked with athletes in just about every sport, to help them reach their individual goals whether that be getting faster, changing directions better, improve their strength or explosive power.
His start in the field came while pursuing his degree in Exercise Physiology at Arizona State University. Coach Newman worked with 3 current NFL Strength and Conditioning Coaches while at ASU so he got great mentorship.
After graduating Arizona State, Coach Newman pursued his Masters at Long Beach State University. While at Long Beach State Coach Newman was an Assistant Strength Coach and was in charge of the Baseball team, Golf team, and Women’s water polo. During his time at LBSU he worked with various collegiate athletes that went on to professional sports or Olympics. While also working on his Masters at LBSU, he also begin to work in South Orange County for The Cutting Edge which was an Elite Sports Training Center for athletes trying to take skills to a new level.
Over the last 10-15 years in the industry Coach Newman has helped many athletes reach their goals of becoming a better athlete and reaching that next level in their sport. My training philosophy is that the best athletes are the ones that can produce repeatable results. So the training is geared around developing power, strength and function. Training is not just about getting tired or working up a sweat but about being able to move explosively recover and do it again. So our mission here at ProSport Sports Performance is to hone in on the athletes genetic potential and make them produce repeatable results. Which looks like in sport the athlete performing just as good at the end of game as beginning as well as getting better each and every week of their season.