The University of Miami does.
“I’m very pleased and excited to have Jim Krumpos join our staff,” said Larranaga. “He is an outstanding strength and conditioning coach. He is also a competitive power weightlifter, and I know he will relate well to our players because they will see in him what can be done if you devote enough time and energy to becoming strong and in great shape.”
Krumpos previously served as the associate director of performance enhancement for the University of Arizona from 2008-2011. He was the head strength and conditioning coach for the men’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s golf, women’s volleyball and women’s soccer teams.
Krumpos designed and implemented workouts that focused not only on strength but on speed, agility, explosiveness, balance and conditioning. He earned his excellent reputation from producing sport-specific programs that included technique instruction, testing and evaluating and effectively rehabilitating injured student-athletes in conjunction with the sports medicine staff.
Prior to his work at Arizona, Krumpos was the director of the strength and conditioning program at college baseball powerhouse Cal State Fullerton in 2007-08 where he designed and implemented the year-round strength and conditioning programs for all 13 NCAA sports.
Krumpos also spent four years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at UNC Charlotte from 2003-07, working with the women’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and men’s and women’s tennis teams.
Over his career, he has also worked with athletes in all levels of professional sports – including the NBA, NFL, MLB, arena football and minor league baseball, in addition to Olympic medalists.
(Note: Some information for this article was acquired from: www.hurricanesports.com the official web site of the University of Miami.)