Douglas Lentz, CSCS, RSCC*E
Doug Lentz is the Director of Fitness and Human Performance at Results Therapy and Fitness in Chambersburg, PA. Doug’s credentials include possessing a master of science in physical education/exercise and sports science. He is a CSCS*D (Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach with Distinction), and a RSCC*E (Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach, *Emeritus). Doug is also a National Coach with USA Weightlifting, the governing body for the sport of weightlifting in the U.S.A.
Doug is the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association’s) Conferences and Special Programs Coordinator. In this role, Doug gets to meet and interact with many of the top minds in the world in the field of exercise physiology, sports science, and athletic performance. In 2009 he presented at the NSCA European Conference held at the Dutch Olympic Training Center in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He traveled to China in 2008 and 2009 to work with elite Chinese Sport coaches and athletes at the Shanghai Sports Institute.
Doug has co-authored chapters on “Speed Development” in Training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness in editions 1 (2000), 2 (2005), and 3 (2014) [Human Kinetics].
During the past three years Doug has designed a balance and fall prevention program and has co-authored two different studies dealing with the Functional Fitness of Older Adults and another focusing on Balance and Fall Prevention in Older Adults. The results of the study confirmed that the program decreased the risk of falls, and increased older adults functional movement.
Additionally, Doug is an adjunct Professor at George Washington University where he teaches a post-graduate course in Power Development for Sports Performance in the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Services.