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A human performance leader and practitioner of over 19 years, Josh Bullock, has served students and athletes across four National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) institutions and one National Governing Body (NGB).
As an Athletic Development Coordinator at U.S. Ski & Snowboard, he was primarily responsible for preparing the U.S. Freestyle Mogul Team for the Winter Olympic Games in 2018 and 2022 and served as a specialist in the rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletes with lower extremity injuries. In addition to his role as a coach, Josh was responsible for business development strategies, partner acquisition, and promoting community learning between performance partners and key stakeholders.
Josh has spent over 14 years as a performance director and head coach across four NCAA institutions and one private educational academy. As a director, Josh was responsible for designing and delivering comprehensive, applied health and performance strategies that translate the institutional and departmental mission, vision, and values into operational practice. Departments under his direction have encompassed over 10,000 athletes, 300 coaches, and 25 sports.
Beyond performance coaching, Josh has a deep-rooted passion for teaching. He has taught several sports performance and management courses in higher education spanning his 19-year career. He continues to serve as a faculty member at Kentucky Wesleyan College.
Josh’s scholarship is in the fields of kinesiology and management. As a well-sought-after author, Josh has authored over 30 articles, including the first of its kind text, Sport Demands Analysis of Freestyle Mogul Skiing. A book that contains original research on the sport and applies this research to drive performance outcomes over time. Additionally, Josh has presented to local, regional, state, and national audiences on sports performance and management.
Josh received a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Physical Education from the University of Redlands in 1999, a Master’s degree in Management from the University of Redlands in 2011, a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University in 2012 and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Kinesiology from Concordia - St. Paul. Josh is a member of the prestigious Whitehead Leadership Society at the University of Redlands.
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