|Dave Yeager, ATC, CSCS
WBP Strength and Conditioning Mentor and Coach
Assistant Trainer, Milwaukee Brewers
David is currently serving as Assistant Trainer for the Milwaukee Brewers. Throughout his career, he has specialized in prescribing exercise program designs for general conditioning, performance enhancement, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of athletes and individuals in all levels of competition and physical activity. Prior to joining the staff with the Milwaukee Brewers, David served as the Director of the Encore Sports Enhancement Center in Decatur, Alabama and served as an Athletic Trainer and Performance Enhancement Coach for the 2001 World Series Champion Arizona Diamondbacks and the Boston Red Sox organizations. He has also been involved with other high school, collegiate, Olympic, and professional athletes from organizations such as: The Cleveland Indians, The Cincinnati Reds, The Pittsburgh Pirates, The Detroit Tigers, The Tampa Bay Devil Rays, The Los Angeles Dodgers, The Oakland A’s, The Chicago White Sox, The San Diego Padres, The Detroit Lions, Auburn University, The University of Georgia, The University of South Carolina, Jacksonville State University, The University of Alabama-Huntsville, U.S.A. Bobsled, and Team Nicaragua.
In 2007, David had the privilege to serve as the Southern League North Division All-Star Athletic Trainer and was voted the Southern League Athletic Trainer of the Year by his peers. He is committed to the continued education of athletes, parents, and sports medicine and fitness professionals. David has received Clinical Recognition Awards in “Functional Rehabilitation / Strength and Conditioning” and “The Overhead Athlete” and studied in the areas of Sports Vision and Sports Psychology. He has lectured at numerous local, regional, and national conferences on topics such as sports rehabilitation, performance enhancement, and athletic injury prevention.
David has national certifications as an Athletic Trainer from the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama in 1994, and a Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama in 1997.
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