Major Force Lacrosse has partnered with some of the leading trainers for players looking to work on their footwork, strength and conditioning.
Chideha Warner has extensive strength and conditioning experience coaching middle school and high school girls lacrosse players as well as University of Cincinnati Women’s Lacrosse on a collegiate level and beyond; strength training individuals in preparation for the U.S. Lacrosse Team.
Dan developed TITAN TRAINING! (True Intensity Training and Nutrition), a specific training system for any individual looking to excel in their sport performance, physical, mental and health goals. Previously, Dan held the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach position for the University of Findlay. Dan graduated from the University of Findlay with a Masters Degree in Education, a Bachelor Degree in Strength and Conditioning, and a Associate Degree and Certification in Personal Training.
Alexis serves as the Director of Business Operations and Assistant Director of Sports Performance at 4.40 Performance. Prior to joining the 4.40 Performance staff, Alexis was an accomplished Division 1 lacrosse player at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina and a two-time Big South Champion. Alexis completed her degree in Exercise Science during this time, graduating in May of 2016. Upon graduating with her B.S., Alexis completed a 6-month Athletic Performance Internship at the University of California, Los Angeles where she coached several 2012 & 2016 Summer Olympic athletes.
Ian serves as the Director of Sports Performance at 4.40 Performance. Prior to joining the 4.40 Performance staff Ian attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he earned both his B.S. and M.S. in Exercise Science. While completing his Masters degree he participated in and managed the muscle physiology laboratory, conducting research focused on skeletal muscle inflammation and the role of physical activity and other lifestyle factors on such markers. Ian is recognized as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.