Health & Human Performance
- Dunn Center Room DU 270
“I look forward to the opportunity to mentor students, help them reach their academic goals in the present, and ultimately reach their future career path. I enjoy talking with students about strength and conditioning and rehabilitation science, and how to be a well-rounded practitioner in both disciplines.”
Grayson Elmore on what he enjoys about his interactions with students.
- Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training – King University
- Master of Arts in Education – Bethel University
I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from King University and Master of Education from Bethel University. Currently, I am working on my Ph.D. in human and sports performance at the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. I have worked clinically as an athletic trainer (AT) with a variety of clients specializing in post-rehabilitation and medical fitness. Also, I specialize in strength and conditioning program design for youth athletes.
My research interest includes the use of movement assessments (e.g., FMS, Y-Balance Test, LESS) as injury prediction tools and program design considerations for medical fitness populations.
- Elmore, G. (2018). Incorporating training load monitoring into fitness programming: A review of practical tools for fitness providers. Personal Trainer Quarterly, 5(1), 28-31.
- Elmore, G. (2017). Resistance training and reverse total shoulder replacement: Considerations for prosthesis and client safety. Personal Trainer Quarterly, 4(2), 50-54.
- Leszczak, T., & Elmore, G. (2017). Sample lumbopelvic hip complex strengthening program. Personal Trainer Quarterly, 4(1), 42-54.