Owner/Director of Sports Performance
Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology: Iowa State University
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Iowa State University Football
Jeff was a multi-sport athlete in high school, excelling in Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Soccer. Jeff was a 3 year starter for his football team and selected as an all Western Iowa player 2 years straight.
Jeff went on to Iowa State where he graduated in 3 years with a degree in Kinesiology. Before joining Acceleration, Jeff was a part of the Strength & Conditioning staff for the Iowa State University Football Team. He helped prepare ISU’s sports teams by making them faster, stronger, and quicker. Jeff also trained the Cyclone football players entering the NFL Draft.
Jeff joined the Acceleration program in 2009 as an intern and in 2013 he opened the 2nd location of the Acceleration system and has been the owner and director of performance ever since.
Sports Performance Specialist/ LAT/ATC
Bachelor's Degree from North Central College
Paige graduated from North Central College with a degree in Athletic Training. She has worked with several sports organizations as an Athletic Trainer including the North Central football program and a variety of athletic programs. Paige brings a unique perspective to our team as she runs our recovery and regeneration program as well as trains athletes for their sport development.
Physical Preparation Coach
Bachelor's Degree from University of Illinois
Randy Peterson is a physical preparation coach who emphasizes movement quality, motor learning, and processes that will encourage athletes to take responsibility for themselves and their training. He has a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois, and was an intern with the Olympic Strength and Conditioning staff for two years during that time. HE has worked with a wide range of clientele, spanning from inexperienced to a host of college and professional athletes.
Movement quality and communication are two of the foundation elements of his coaching philosophy.