Professional sports performance coach and elite tennis player David Herman earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from the University of South
Professional sports performance coach and elite tennis player David Herman earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina College of Health. He began his career in the early 90’s as the Director of the Sport Science Programs at Lake Nona’s legendary LGE Performance Center (Dr. Jim Loehr, Dr. Jack Groppel, Pat Etcheberry). He also worked in association as the golf fitness trainer for the David Leadbetter Golf Academy before launching his own successful business, Sports and Body™ Management, Inc.
- His areas of expertise include evaluating, designing, training, and implementing sport specific performance programs for professional athletes and junior athletes. He has trained hundreds of professionals in many sports including golf, tennis, baseball, basketball, football, hockey, volleyball and watersports. David designs programs specific to each client’s goals using the Athleticity™ methodology. His clientele list includes an array of the most-notable sport professionals, elite junior athletes as well as celebrities and executives.
- As a pioneer in Golf Fitness he has helped players to achieve multiple Men’s Major Championships, Multiple Women’s Major Championships, PGA tour Rookie of the Year, LPGA tour Rookie of the Year, Youngest player ever to earn a PGA tour card and many PGA and LPGA tours victory’s.
- In Tennis he has helped players to achieve multiple Wimbledon, US Open, Australian Open and French Open Championships. He will soon begin preparation for legendary doubles player Leander Paes for their 6th Olympic games together in the 2012 London Summer Games.
- In 2000 with Ernie Els he co-authored the Ernie Els’ Guide to Golf Fitness. In January of 2007, in partnership with G2Fitness and 2006 PGA tour Rookie of the Year and 2008 Masters Champion Trevor Immelman, a golf specific band training system was showcased and released internationally at the 2007 PGA Show.