The team at Indiana University Health Sports Performance is dedicated to providing convenient, quality and highly skilled performance training. We’re focused on maximizing athletic performance, preventing injuries and returning you to the top of your game after an injury or surgery.
Every strength and conditioning coach at IU Health Sports Performance is certified as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Many are also certified functional movement screening (FMS) specialists.
These experienced professionals, some with master’s degrees, have the knowledge and skills to help you achieve peak performance in your chosen sport. The performance-training specialists work either full-time at the IU Health Sport Performance facility or directly with a high school or college athletic program that partners with IU Health Sports Medicine.
Cody Johnson, MS, CSCS, USAW
Cody has a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana, where he also played basketball. He then earned a master’s degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He has achieved a level-one sports performance certification for Olympic weightlifting from the USA Weightlifting. With over five years of experience as a strength and conditioning coach, he currently works as head strength and conditioning coach at Cathedral High School.
Heather Fink, RD, CSSDIU Health Sports Performance Nutritionist
Heather is a registered dietitian and board certified as a specialist in sports dietetics. For 17 years, Heather has been providing nutrition, fitness and wellness programming to individuals, athletic teams and employers.
Heather’s interests and extensive experience are in the areas of wellness, disease prevention, weight management, exercise programming, vegetarian nutrition, and sports nutrition, ranging from the recreational to the ultra-endurance athlete. Heather is the author of two books and she is also an accomplished triathlete, duathlete and marathon runner who has competed in the Hawaii Ironman and Boston Marathon.
She completed both her bachelor of science degree in dietetics, as well as her master’s degree in kinesiology at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign. Heather is also certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as a Health/Fitness Specialist®.
If you’re interested in scheduling a nutritional consult, contact IU Health Sports Performance at 317-848-5867 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Luke Mehringer, MEd, ATC, LAT
Luke completed his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Franklin College, where he was also a four year member of the baseball team. From there he went on to continue his education and gain experience as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Auburn University, primarily working with the track & field and softball programs. He received his master’s degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Biomechanics in 2012. After spending one year as a full-time assistant athletic trainer at Auburn, he joined the IUHSP staff in June of 2013.
Michael MorrisonIU Health Sports Performance Coach
Mike’s passion for health and fitness lies in helping others to achieve their goals while also educating them on proper practices. He believes it’s important to dispel common myths associated with exercise and fitness.
Mike has spent a lot of time around high-performing athletes. He coached Olympic athletes in sports and conditioning and also spent time with the sports performance team at Stanford University.
Mike earned his master’s degree in kinesiology from the University of Georgia, his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a minor in sports medicine from Ball State University.
If you’re interested in training or need help with an athletic injury, contact IU Health Sports Performance at 317-848-5867 or email@example.com.
Nick Brattain, CSCS, FMS
Nick completed his degree in Exercise Science at the University of Indianapolis. While completing his undergraduate work, he was part of the university track team. Nick holds numerous meet and school records as well as 3 Academic All-American awards. After completing his studies, Nick joined the strength and conditioning team at IU Health Sports Performance in 2010. He works with athletes of all sports and levels, from the 9-year-old child starting out to collegiate and professional athletes. His training program for high school track athletes is growing, with a large percentage qualifying for the state meet each year.
Randy Wheeler, CSCS, FMS
Randy began training athletes on strength and speed while a student at Wheaton College, launching his career in sports performance training over 13 years ago. He has worked with athletes at the high school, Division I, and Division III levels. He is certified with distinction as a strength and conditioning coach, pursuing extensive continuing education in the field. Randy serves as the head strength and conditioning coach at Fishers High School.
Steve Barrick, CSCS
Steve has been with IU Health since 2010 working as the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Indianapolis. He played football and earned a bachelor’s degree from Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana. He holds an additional bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science as well as a master’s degree in Physical Education and Health Teaching, both from the University of Indianapolis. He is certified in USA Weightlifting (USAW).
Stephen Krzyminski, Jr., MA, CSCS, FMS
An active football and baseball player throughout his life, Stephen has worked with athletes for over ten years, from beginning youth through elite levels. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition from Central Michigan University and a master’s in Sports Performance from Ball State University. After working at IU Health Sports Performance for the past 3 years, Stephen is now the head strength and conditioning coach at Hamilton Southeastern High School.
Stephen Linzmeier, CSCS, USAW
Stephen is originally from Wisconsin and earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin, where he also played lacrosse. In addition to certification in strength and conditioning, he is certified as a level 1 USA Weightlifting sports performance coach. He has served as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Butler University and is currently with the University of Indianapolis.
Tavio Henson, CSCS, FMS
Tavio has been mentoring and training athletes since 1994 when his interest in the field began at the University of Tennessee. He was a 4-year letter winner in football and track for the Volunteers, and graduated with a degree in Health Education. After playing arena football, he worked with college athletic programs in Texas and Arizona before coming to Indianapolis in 2004. Tavio has experience working with NFL players from the Jets, Ravens, Dolphins, Cardinals, Bears, Texans, Eagles, and Colts. He was added to the IU Health Sports Performance coaching staff in 2013.