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Roy Palmer, CSCS

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About

Roy Palmer, CSCS, was born and raised in South Minneapolis by a single mother. Roy grew up obsessed with sports, particularly baseball and basketball. He lived across the street from a park and practiced his skills relentlessly. He became very skilled but lacked physical prowess. Roy went to public schools, with no budget for strength and conditioning coaches. He worked extremely hard in the weight room and on the field, but he didn’t work smart and lacked guidance. This inspired Roy to study exercise science and psychology at the University of St. Thomas to provide athletes like him with the resources they need to reach their full potential. Roy opened his own training business and worked part time through college. Upon graduation he earned his CSCS and went full time. Not long after, Roy decided he wanted to be a part of a team of experts, so he joined Training HAUS.

Sports performance services are provided by Training HAUS, powered by TCO and are offered at Training HAUS in Eagan, select TCO clinic locations and at partner facilities. With a flagship location in Eagan, Training HAUS is an elite athletic performance and recovery facility that is unparalleled in the Twin Cities. Utilizing innovative, science-based methods, Training HAUS’ industry-leading team of experts work together to form a personalized approach for the athlete. Collectively, they establish a foundation for athletic performance that promises to challenge, inspire and produce real results. To learn more, visit TrainingHAUS.com.

Education

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Exercise Science and Psychology, University of St. Thomas

Professional Certifications

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Professional Affiliations

National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)

Achievements & Awards

Graduated Cum Laude in 3.5 Years from the University of St. Thomas
Successful operated his own business
While working on his own, Roy helped several athletes earn college scholarships, and established a close working relationship with an NFL athlete