Owner and Head Trainer-Maximum Sports Conditioning
Daniel Jahn,CSCS, RSCC*D, USAW,NASM-PES
A bit about my background
My name is Daniel Jahn, and I am the owner of Maximum Sports Conditioning (MaxSC) (est. 2007). I have been in and around sports training for 20 years. I played baseball at the University of Washington from 1997 until 2000, until a back injury ended my career. This is why I incorporate injury screening into all training packages. Injury prevention is just as important as training.
I have been highly active in organized sports for as long as I can remember, and still spend many hours of my free time engaged in community activities for both youth and adults. I started my career as a personal trainer and decided to apply my philosophies and skills to a larger audience.
Training, Clinics and Mentorship
While serving as an assistant coach at UW, I also interned in the Husky weight room. I became a part-time assistant strength coach in 2001 and a full-time coach in 2002. I served as the head coach for baseball, softball, swimming, and volleyball, working extensively with football, basketball, track, and soccer.
Along with training thousands of collegiate athletes, and the 2005 NCAA National Championship volleyball team at the UW, I have trained professionals of all backgrounds ranging from mixed martial arts to Olympic snowboarders.
Over the years, I have held numerous clinics and seminars for youths and adults, and find that it’s a great way to reach out to the community.
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In 2006-2007 I served as the Director of training and Education at “Endzone Athletics”, establishing and operating countless programs for high school athletes.
I currently serve on the Sports Performance Team for Volt Athletics, an online sports conditioning program.
I believe in participating in my community and make every effort to instill these values in my children. I am currently the treasurer for the Austin Foundation, http://www.youthandfitness.org/, which is a non-profit organization that runs health and wellness programs for underprivileged youth. In 2010, I created and ran a fundraiser, Washington’s Strongest School Competition, which I ran for two years.
From 2011 to 2013, I served as a mentor in the Bellevue Ground-Breakers program, a leadership development program for African-American middle school boys.
- 2009 recipient of the Seattle Mariners Fidelity Investments, “Inspire the Future” Award
Pulications, Speaking Engagements
- Author: ‘College Preparation: Manual for Athletic Success’, a workbook designed to prepare athletes for college athletics.
- Featured speaker at many events, including clinics, coaching conventions, sports tournaments, and award ceremonies.
- Guest lecturer at the University of Washington Student-Athlete Academic Services Center and UW-Bothell.
- Part-time columnist for STACK magazine (April 05, Oct. 05, Nov. 05, Feb. 06).