Kevin Kosis

Specializing in Athletic Development & Sport Performance Designed Training

Kevin Kosis, BS, EP-C

Kevin is a Sacred Heart University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science.  Kevin was a Division 1 athlete for 4 years.  In addition to an athletic background, kevin has experience working with special populations, physical therapy, cardiac rehab, and youth athletic development.

Being a collegiate athlete, Kevin endured continuous injuries throughout his career. Overcoming these injuries opened a new perspective for Kevin as he began to focus on training teammates in order to help them maximize their performance while remaining healthy using the knowledge from class. Kevin has been very fortunate to train and compete with professional and Olympic athletes, which has given him the opportunity to learn first-hand what it takes to bring performance to the next level.

Kevin has described his evaluation and training style as such:

“I’m in the construction business.

I get a list of things a person wants and it’s up to me to make it happen, just like if you were to go to a contractor to build a house.  You go to a contractor with an idea of what you want your house to look like they create a blueprint, start with the foundation, and then build the structure.  Likewise, when you go to a trainer with a plan of what you want your health and fitness to look like they formulate a plan, build a foundation of movements tearing down anything preventing that foundation from being formed, and build to reach whatever the end goals are.  In both cases, nothing can be built without a foundation.”

Kevin is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and has the Level 2 Exercise Is Medicine credential through the American College of Sports Medicine.  These certifications allow Kevin to work in conjunction with doctors for those with medical and physical ailments, as well as the elite athlete.

BS Exercise Science
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
Exercise is Medicine L-2


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How I Stay Moving:

Strength training 4-5x/week
Conditioning 3-4x/week
Active lifestyle (i.e. pick up sports, hiking, fishing, snowboarding, rock climbing)

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