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Judd has more than 34,000 training hours under his belt, with 12+ Years as a Speed and Human Performance Coach.

Judd has used this experience, as well as his time as a college football player and US Army Ranger, to develop a unique approach to training that has proven to be effective among athletes ages 9 to 79 of all levels.

Judd's goal with this app is to bring effective training to anyone looking to become a stronger, more powerful, and more mobile athlete. The unique movements found in Judd's programming will challenge you in new ways and build capabilities you may never have thought you would be able to obtain.

Always Be An Athlete.


Judd attended Truman State University on a football scholarship where he got his degree in Exercise Physiology. While at Truman, Judd earned all-conference & all-region honors at middle linebacker. He was voted ‘Linebacker of the Year’ & selected as the team’s strength & conditioning athlete his junior & senior years. After graduation, Judd became a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist & worked as the football team’s strength & conditioning coach for one year before beginning a career as a sports medicine.

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Through the years, Judd has moved a good bit: Missouri, California, Georgia, New York, Illinois, Louisiana, and ultimately put down roots in Austin, Texas. He has been in Austin for the last 12+ years working as a Speed and Performance Coach for athletes that span in age from 9 to 79 years young. Judd loves what he does and has built his personal ethos into a professional quest: empowering others to Always Be an Athlete.

In 2006, Judd was working as a sports medicine trainer in southern California when he decided to join the US Army. He was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in 2007. During his time in the service, he deployed to Iraq as a platoon leader with the 10th Mountain Division and then again as a platoon leader with the 3D Ranger Battalion, returning to Iraq and then deploying once to Afghanistan. He was awarded a Bronze Star for his service during his time in Iraq in 2008 and again in Afghanistan in 2010. Judd completed his four-year service obligation to the Army in 2010 and decided to build a career based on his lifelong love of fitness.

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