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Our Staff

Brian Holloway, LAT, CSCS
Brian is the founder and Director of Performance Enhancement for Total Athlete Conditioning, LLC. A graduate from the University of Connecticut with a BS in Athletic Training & Sports Medicine, Brian has served as both an Athletic Trainer and Strength & Conditioning Coach for Choate Rosemary Hall over the past 18 years. He coaches and develops professional, collegiate, amateur, and youth athletes in a variety of sports.

Brian Osterhout, MS, CSCS
Brian is a graduate of Springfield College where he earned a bachelorथgree in Physical Education. He completed his Masters Degree in Strength and Conditioning at Southern Connecticut State University, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. During the academic year, Brian serves as a Physical Education instructor at Xavier High School in Middletown, CT. He is also the offensive coordinator for the two-time New England Champion Choate Rosemary Hall football program. Brian has been coaching and developing athletes for TAC since 2007.
Tami Reilly

Tami has been in the fitness industry for over 20 years. Along with being a Master Instructor for the Spinning® program, she is a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance, a Gliding® Pro Trainer and is both an ACE and AFAA certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Tami is an avid fitness enthusiast and advocate. Her full-time employment is at Quinnipiac University as an Assistant Athletic Director for fitness and wellness. She works with the students and student-athletes to help foster wellness as a way of life by teaching them life skills for their mind as well as their body.
Shelly Welch,
As a former college athlete, Shelly has spent the last 24 years researching, designing, and developing fitness programs. She truly understands the importance of “flexible-strength”. Her role on the TAC staff is to offer yoga classes in conjunction with the athletes training, to help aid in recovery, improve flexibility and focused concentration techniques.

She earned her degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Athletic Training from Norwich University and then went on to complete her Master’s in Education. Shelly holds a 200 hr training in yoga and is an active yogi practicing daily, teaching and continuing her education. She currently works full-time as the Supervisor of the Center for Health and Fitness at Bristol-Myers Squibb.


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