Nick Leppo

Nick is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the NSCA and is certified in Functional Movement Systems. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, where he also completed an internship with UNT’s Mean Green athletics.

Nick has been training and coaching athletes since high school where he coached strength and speed camps as well as football skills camps. Before graduating college Nick did an internship at UNT athletics where he got hands on strength and conditioning experience with over 7 different collegiate level teams. After graduating Nick was the head strength coach for a handful of different youth baseball and football teams. As Nick continued coaching he wanted to gain a better understanding of how to keep athletes healthy for long term success. Nick later went on to work with multiple physical therapists as a technician. He gained invaluable knowledge on keeping athletes functional and mobile and strives to integrate that into his training.

After working in physical therapy, Nick soon realized his passion lay somewhere in between; helping athletes achieve maximum performance and longevity by improving functional movement through scientific-based methods.  currently attends continuing education courses to keep up to date with the most current advancements in strength and conditioning, knowledge that heis always eagerto share with clients through his personalized workouts.

Nick was born in Raleigh, NC and grew up in Southlake, Texas where he played many sports but found a love for Texas football. In high school he won 2 state and national championships. He later went on to play Division I football at the University of North Texas. Throughout his football career, he suffered multiple injuries which required surgeries and lengthy rehabilitation. These experiences have motivated and driven him to prioritize injury prevention and to integrate long term movement corrective strategies into his training. 

“If you want to be a top athlete, it’s not about being the strongest or fastest. It’s about resilience, longevity and your willingness to learn new skills.”

Ryan Murray