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Advisory Board

Tim Dornemann MA, NSCA-CSCS, NASM-PES

Tim graduated from Rockford College with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management and earned a Master of Arts degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Tim has been certified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 1992. While at UNC, Tim taught weight training courses as a graduate assistant in the university’s activities program. During this time he had the opportunity to serve as a volunteer assistant strength coach with the intercollegiate athletic program.

After UNC, Tim ran the fitness and wellness programs for the Frederick County and Cumberland YMCAs. He served on the faculty at Carroll College in Waukesha, WI as an assistant professor of Exercise Science and the campus recreation coordinator. At Carroll College, Tim helped to design and implement the exercise science and recreation management majors. Recently, he was coordinator of fitness and instructional programs at Lafayette College.

Currently, he serves as the director of educational programming for IPS and is working on a doctorate degree in Sports Management with a specialization in Sport Fitness and Health and an emphasis in Leadership through the U.S. Sports Academy.

 

Josh Hingst MS, RD, CSCCa-SCCC

Josh Hingst is the Director of Sports Nutrition for the Nebraska Athletic Department. In this role, Hingst directs body composition analysis, nutrition education, performance fueling strategies, eating disorder prevention and counseling, sports supplements and hydration. He also plays a role in coordinating menus and education at the Nebraska Training Table and planning meals on the road for various Nebraska teams.

Hingst’s professional licenses and certifications include: Registered Dietician, Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Hingst previously served as team nutritionist for the Atlanta Falcons during the 2008 season, after spending five years in strength and conditioning and sports nutrition capacities at Florida State. During his time at FSU, Hingst earned his master’s degree in clinical nutrition with an emphasis in sports nutrition. Hingst received his bachelor’s degrees in nutritional sciences and dietetics and exercise science from Nebraska in 2001, and was an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Huskers as a student at Nebraska.

He was an adjunct professor at Florida St. University where he taught both Sports Nutrition and Strength and Conditioning. He is has also written articles and been a speaker at the national and state level.

 

Brian Schilling, PhD, CSCS, FNSCA

Dr. Brian Schilling is an Associate Professor at the University of Memphis in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences. He is Director of the Exercise Neuromechanics Laboratory, and the focus of his research is on the acute and chronic neuromuscular responses to resistance training. He has worked with a range of subject populations from athletes to persons with Parkinson’s disease. The focus of his 2011 Young Investigator Grant is possible new modalities for physical readiness testing in the United States Navy.

He and his wife, Leslie, reside in Memphis, TN, where Leslie owns and operates a nutrition therapy business.