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About Patrick

Patrick Estes is an AFS (Applied Functional Science) Practitioner, Movement Specialist, and Strength & Conditioning Coach. A former college lacrosse player, Coach Estes has always had a passion for athletics and helping others reach their potential. Coach Estes has had the privilege to work under amazing coaches, such as Todd Wright and Logan Schwartz with the University of Texas Men’s Basketball Team. This led him to study AFS at the Gray Institute, under world-renowned physical therapists Gary Gray and Dave Tiberio. Coach Estes has been a head strength coach at the college level, working with both women and men’s teams in basketball, football, ski, tennis, volleyball, swimming, and lacrosse. He has worked with high school, college, NBA, MLL, NFL and Olympic athletes. He is currently working in Austin, TX helping athletes reach their full potential.

Team Accomplishments

2016 NCAA Big 10 Championship Women’s Basketball (UMD)

2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Sweet 16 (UMD)

2015 NCAA National Championship Men’s Lacrosse (DU)

2015 Big East Conference Championship Men’s Lacrosse (DU)

2015 NCAA Individual National Champion Women’s Skiing (DU)

2015 Conference and regular season Championship Men & Women’s Tennis (DU)

2015 Conference and regular season Championship Volleyball (First in Denver School History)

2015 Conference Championship Men & Women’s Swimming (8 NCAA athletes most in Denver School History)

2012 Conference Championship Football (Lenoir Rhyne University)

Credentials/Certifications

B.S. Exercise Science

Gray Institute Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS)

USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach (USAW)

National Strength and Conditioning Association

Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Gray Institute Nike Golf Performance Specialist (GPS)

American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer (ACE)

Functional Range Conditioning Certified (FRC)

Functional Soft Tissue Transformation (Upper & Lower Extremity)

Postural Restoration Institute (Impingement and Instability)