Lions Add Coach to Strength Program
Geno del Rosario was named LMU's newest strength and conditioning coach.
Aug. 17, 2009
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Geno del Rosario, who trained under LMU's head strength and conditioning coach Bobby Harmston at UC Irvine just last year, has been hired as the newest strength and conditioning coach at LMU.
Under the tutelage of head strength and conditioning coach, Mike Nagler, and then-assistant at UCI, Harmston, del Rosario worked avidly as a strength and conditioning volunteer intern. Honing other skills while at UC Irvine, he was the head instructor of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a personal trainer in the Anteater Recreation Center. Prior to heading to UC Irvine, he served as a physical therapy aide at Restor Physical Therapy from 2002-2003. Del Rosario earned his Bachelors of Arts in Kinesiology and Physical Education from Long Beach State in 2001.
"Geno is a great addition to our staff," Harmston said. "After working with him at UC Irvine, I know he has an outstanding work ethic and will bring a great deal of coaching experience to LMU."
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