• 3rd Annual Hutto Sports Performance Clinic

    The Strength and Conditioning Department at Hutto High School would like to invite you and your staff to attend the 3rd Annual Hutto Sports Performance Clinic

    Friday February 2, 2018
    8am - 3pm

    This clinic is for all coaches of any sport from Middle School, High School to College coaches to provide and give you a solid resource to share and exchange information for all of your program design, strength, speed, agility and Olympic lifting needs in the ever-changing field of athletic performance.


    Clinic Schedule


    7:00 am



    Registration & Check-In


    8:00 am

    Richard Compton - 

    9:45 am

    Bryan Kegans (Fulshear HS) Movement Training: Fulshear High School’s approach to movement/agility training.

    11:00 am

    Nieb Collar Demo (Fieldhouse)


    11:30 am



    12:30 pm

    Leo Seitz (Texas State) Simplifying Training for Large Groups: Particularly high school and youth aged athletes, as well as the importance of differentiating between general fitness, physical therapy and strength training.

     2:15 pm

    Derrick Catlett (Performance Course) Long Term Athletic Development

     *This clinic may have a hands on session, participants are asked to dress comfortably and only participate within their physical limitations.

    *Times, Speakers & Topics Subject to Change


    Location:    Hutto High School (Click for Google Maps)

               101 FM 685, Hutto, TX 78634

               Clinic Parking, PAC & Fieldhouse

     Clinic Fee$40/Individual   $80/ 2 Coaches   $100/ Staff (3+)

                         (Make Checks/Money Orders Payable to: Hutto Athletics)


    Register Here



    2.0 CEU's



    .6 CEU's



    Featured Speakers

    Richard Compton
    (CSCS, SCCC)

    • Director of Strength & Conditioning @ Robert E Lee High School
    • Director of Strength & Conditioning @ Texas A&M Kingsville
    • Head Strength & Conditioning @ Lutheran South High School
    • Volunteer Strength & Conditioning @ University of Missouri
    • Director of Strength & Conditioning @ Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville
    • Strength & Conditioning @ St. Louis Rams

    Bryan Kegans

    Fulshear HS

    Bryan Kegans is the Assistant Head Football Coach and Director of Strength and Conditioning at Fulshear High School in Fulshear, TX. His career started in Denton, TX where he was the Director of Strength and Conditioning at John H. Guyer High School from 2008-2013. While also in Denton, Coach Kegans was the first Strength and Conditioning Coach for Texas Women’s University Basketball Team from 2011-2013.
    After one season as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Texas he return to Guyer High School before ultimately making the move to Fulshear, TX. He currently holds certifications with the NSCA, USAW, and NASM.
    Through 12 years of coaching High School, College, and Professional athletes Coach Kegans firmly believes that coaches at the high school level are critical to an athlete’s growth and development.
    Coach Kegans played Offensive Line at Texas Tech University from 2001-2005 and graduated in 2005 with a degree in Spanish. In 2010 he graduated from A.T. Still University with a Masters Degree in Human Movement and a Specialized in Sports Performance. Throughout his playing and coaching career he has had the honor winning 4 Texas Football State Championships and 3 consecutive bowl games while at Texas Tech University.
    Coach Kegans is married to JoAnna Kegans and they are the proud parents of their son Kelly Kegans.

    Leo Seitz
    (CSCS, SCCC)
    Texas State

    Leo Seitz returns to Texas State as a strength and conditioning coach after spending the past three years serving in a similar role at the University of Arkansas.
    Seitz helped with the Razorback football team that finished 10-4, won the SEC West title and appeared in the Capital One Bowl. He also worked with Arkansas's national powerhouse men's track and field team, who won NCAA Indoor National Championships in 2005 and 2006 and NCAA Outdoor National Championships in 2004 and 2005.
    Prior to Arkansas, Seitz ran his own private strength and conditioning business in Helotes, Texas from 2001 to 2004.
    Seitz played middle linebacker for the Bobcats from 1998-2000 before transferring to Texas Lutheran. He received a degree in kinesiology from TLU in 2003. 
    Seitz is certified by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and is also a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
    Seitz is married to the former Kristi Oberpriller, a Texas State All-Girl National Champion cheerleader from the school's 2000 squad (Texas State's first championship squad) and was also a pole vaulter for the Bobcats.


     Derrick Catlett
    Performance Course

    Derrick is the Coordinator for the Northwest Independent School District and assists in the consulting and programming operations of Performance Course. Derrick was born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado where he was a three sport high school athlete before heading to Iowa State to continue his football career. During his time at Iowa State, Derrick was a three year letter winner at tight end and long snapper for Iowa State and was honored as a two-time All Big 12 Academic recipient while earning his bachelors of science degree in Kinesiology and Health.
    After finishing his football career, Derrick started his coaching career at Colorado State University implementing strength and conditioning workouts for all 14 varsity men's and women's sports. From there, he continued his coaching career at Iowa State. While becoming Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), he trained under the guidance of current University of Texas Strength Coach, Yancy McKnight. As an Assistant Strength Coach, he worked with the football team in all aspects of speed, agility, strength, conditioning, mobility and nutrition.
    Derrick has been with Performance Course for five summers. He came to Performance Course because he wants to help young athletes achieve their goals and become the absolute best person and athlete possible in the process. 
    Along with his SCCC, Derrick is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and by USA Weightlifting as a Level 1 Club Coach (USAW).

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