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YMCA Town North Community Forum

I'm so excited to announce that my good friend and mentor, Ambrose Coleman III #goseeambrose and I #athletefactors will be presenting at the Community Forum of the YMCA Town North in Dallas on May 14, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. We will discuss the importance of kinetic assessments and nutrition assessments for athletes. Hope to see you all there!

The topic:

Athlete Protocols: Forming an Individual model for optimizing Training, Injury Rehab, Performance, Nutrition, and Mindset.

Ambrose Coleman III

Ambrose has served more than 22 years in the performance field taking on over 12,000 + athletes crumbled by a sport to weight room injury or low performance output, using divergent concepts turning athletes back into athletic masterpieces.

He’s worked with athletes at every level: little league, middle school, high school, college, Olympian & pro. Ambrose has worked with the USA Track & Field Team to develop and condition world-class sprinters, high jumpers, and long jumpers. He also coached track & football at the middle school and high school level helping athletes achieve State Champion status. Ambrose, is a former special consultant: Skyline Volleyball Club managing volleyball-specific injuries, and the IYCA - international youth conditioning association where he co-authored the “IYCA-Big Book of Programs” for youth fitness & sports performance training.

In addition, he has helped his student-athletes go on to compete at the colligate level: Louisiana Tech University, Texas A & M University, McMurray State, Hardin Simons University, Mary Hardin Baylor University, Tarleton State University, Texas A & M University - Commerce, Houston Baptist University, South Eastern Oklahoma, Dallas Baptist University, Oklahoma State University, Texas Wesleyan University, McNeese University, New Mexico State University, University of Oklahoma, SMU and University of Arkansas.

His Education comes from the U.S. Naval Health & Science Academy - whereby he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a minor in Biomechanics.

Ambrose currently operates a private clinic GOSEEAMBROSE located in Farmersville, Texas and is a team specialist for Texas A & M University - Commerce sports medicine department. He guest writes and perform peer reviews for Championship Productions, a recognized industry leader in instructional videos, books, clinics and guides for more than 20 sports.

Degrees & Certifications United States Navy Athletic Trainer (former) Degree in Kinesiology, minor in Biomechanics

Nationally Certified Exercise Physiologist American College of Sports Medicine Nationally Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Nationally Certified Sports Injury Specialist Nationally Certified Sports Psychology Specialist

Nationally Certified Speed & Agility Specialist

Nationally Certified Olympian Lifting Specialist

Nationally Certified Back Reconditioning Specialist

Nationally Certified Youth Fitness Specialist Level 1

Kevin Kuhn, M.S.Ed., CSCS, MFS

Kevin is a Kinesiologist and Sport Nutrition Coach serving the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.  He earned a B.S in Exercise Science from Cedarville University and a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Baylor University.  While in high school and college, Kevin competed in cross-country and track and field, and was All-American in the 3k Steeplechase.  After graduate school, Kevin worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Nutrition Coach for the Indiana Invaders professional running club.  In 2012, Kevin moved back to the great state of Texas to work with Ambrose Coleman on bridging the gap in youth athletics between what research has made known and what athletes and parents are aware of.  Kevin is passionate about injury prevention, sport performance training, and performance nutrition for athletes of all ages, but specifically youth athletes.  He finished writing his first book in 2013, Hormonal Nutrition, which details how hormones have significant control over metabolism, and how eating specific foods at specific times leads to control over metabolic functions.  Earlier this year, Kevin finished his second book, The Self Reliant Diet, which details how anyone can control their metabolism and body composition by creating a Calorie budget and hitting specific macronutrient goals.  His nutrition and supplement blogs can be found on as well as his personal website,       

Degrees and Certifications

Bachelors of Science:  Exercise Science, Cedarville University 2009

                Minors in Health Education and Coaching

Masters of Science in Education:  Exercise Physiology, Baylor University 2011

                Sub-emphasis in Strength and Conditioning

                Sub-emphasis in Nutritional Biochemistry

Cooper Institute:  Master Fitness Specialist

National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA):  Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

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