B.S. - Clinical Exercise Science, Grand Valley State University, 2011
M.S. - Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, Expected Graduation 2014
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), 2012
United States Weightlifting - Level 1 Sports Performance (USAW), 2012
Adult CPR & AED, American Red Cross, 2013
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
NSCA Student Assistantship, 2014
Strength & Conditioning for Track and Field
Strength & Conditioning for Gymnastics
Trevor Klump joined the University of Michigan Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning staff in August of 2012 as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach. Klump is responsible for the program design and implementation of men's and women's sprinters and jumpers for the track and field teams and men's gymnastics as well as assisting with wrestling.
Prior to joining the Michigan staff, Klump was a volunteer intern for the Olympic Strength staff from August 2011 until May 2012. Additionally, he was a volunteer intern for the jumpers at Grand Valley State University, assisting in all aspects of training.
Klump earned his B.S. in clinical exercise science from Grand Valley State University in December 2011. While at Grand Valley, he held the office of treasurer for the Exercise Science Club and made the Dean's List several semesters. He is currently attending Eastern Michigan University, pursuing his M.S. in exercise physiology.
SPORT ASSIGNMENTS: Men's and Women's Track & Field, Men's Gymnastics