Erick Schlimmer, PGA
Erick first started working at Stanford University as a personal trainer at Stanford's National Accelerator (SLAC) after earning his Master's degree in kinesiology from San Jose State and his personal training certificate from the American College of Sports Medicine in late 2016. He is now the Club Golf coach, PE golf instructor, and Health and Performance Psychology lecturer for the Physical Wellness division of the Stanford University Department of Athletics Academic Programs. He is a teaching professional in the Bay Area and Central Valley and a Level 2 teaching and coaching associate of the PGA of America. Erick has coached youth sports including basketball and golf, and was an intercollegiate golfer and American football player at Foothill College in California and the University of Stirling in Scotland, respectively. Outside of sport, fitness, and academia, he spends as much time with his wife, nieces, and parents as possible. He enjoys growing golf practice turf, tinkering in golf club building and fitting, and volunteering much of his time to at-risk populations through various SF Bay Area mental health programs.
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