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Lorne Goldenberg, BPE, CSCS, CEP
Lorne brings more than 30 years of experience in the area of high performance sports training with professional and elite amateur athletes. He has worked directly with thousands of individual professional hockey players and has been a strength and conditioning coach for numerous NHL teams, including the Montreal Canadiens, Florida Panthers, Ottawa Senators, St. Louis Blues, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Colorado Avalanche.
In addition to hockey, Lorne has worked in the Canadian Football League and with Olympic athletes. He also has worked with a variety of volleyball, soccer, baseball, and basketball players. Lorne graduated from the University of Ottawa with an honors degree in physical education and is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He also is a certified exercise physiologist through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.
Wesley Tritt, CSCS
Wesley has extensive experience working with a variety of sports, athletes and coaches. While interning with Saint Francis University strength and conditioning, he worked directly with SFU football, developmental football (incoming freshmen, red shirts, and transfers), as well as men’s basketball, tennis, and golf, and women’s volleyball, tennis, golf, and soccer. Wesley also volunteered with Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s football programs.
Prior to joining UPMC, Wesley worked at Boost Sport and Fitness in Altoona, Pa., training athletes of all levels and backgrounds. He primarily focused on hockey, including the Altoona Trackers, Johnstown Jets, and two-time Tier 2 AA national champions Mid-State Mustangs and also worked with University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown’s women’s volleyball. Wesley graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sport exercise science and is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a certified strength and conditioning specialist.