Katie Krall Katie Krall, MS, LMT, CSCS

Licensed Massage Therapist

Katie earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary where she trained and competed as a member of the United States World Cup Speed Skating Team. Beginning her career as a Strength and Conditioning Coach she soon realized that she wanted to be able to help athletes and clients in a more holistic capacity. Katie pursued her education and became a Licensed Massage Therapist and obtained her Master’s of Science in Sports Medicine from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Katie has been blessed with the opportunity to serve as a strength and conditioning coach and a massage therapist for Division I athletes, Olympic athletes, 8-year olds to 80-year-olds, in addition to military and law enforcement officers. Returning to her native state, Colorado, she enjoys spending as much time as she can in the mountains, skiing, hiking, and biking.


Professional Experience:
Massage Therapist
Vail Integrative Medical Group – Edwards, CO 12/2016 – present
• • Work collaboratively with doctors and physical therapists to provide injury specific massage to patients, enhancing treatment, rehabilitation and wellness.

Strength and Conditioning Coach/Personal Trainer/Massage Therapist 9/2016 – present
GOAT Training – Edwards, CO
• • Encourage a balanced life style by implementing a holistic training and recovery program tailored to the performance and wellness goals of individuals and small groups.

THOR3 Performance Specialist 8/2012 – 6/2014; 6/2015 – 1/2016
EXOS/Athletes’ Performance – Fort Bragg, NC; Fort Carson, CO; Fort Campbell, KY
• • Evaluated, designed and implemented strength and conditioning programs for US Army Special Forces Soldiers.
• • Worked in conjunction with Physical Therapists to perform soft tissue manipulation, mobility, and strength protocols to

quickly return injured soldiers to operational status.
• • Establishing strength and conditioning curriculum for Army Captains Career Course.
• • Submitted and analyzed data regarding testing metrics.

Rehabilitation Sales and Service Representative 1/2012 – 8/2012
Hanger Orthopedic – Colorado Springs, CO
• • Fostered relationships with physicians and physical therapists who prescribe durable medical equipment and/or bracing.
• • Ensured prescribed equipment fit patients and they understood the operation, benefits, and objectives of the device.
• • Submitted correct contact and insurance information to billing department in a timely manner.

Curriculum Development Coordinator 1/2010 – 12/2011
National Strength and Conditioning Association – Colorado Springs, CO
• • Managed Exam Preparation Symposia; to include content development, budget, travel, and scheduling.
• • Worked in conjunction with several departments to integrate educational material into BlackBoard learning modules.
• • Created study materials to best prepare prospective candidates for successful completion the NSCA certification exam.
• • Assisted with special projects, including creation, editing, demonstration and production of video shoots.

Human Performance Center Manager 8/2008 – 1/2010
National Strength and Conditioning Association – Colorado Springs, CO
• • Managed assistant strength and conditioning coaches and directed internship program.
• • Worked with multiple departments to coordinate events and facility use.
• • Performed initial evaluation and goal setting to construct and implement specific programs for all athletes and teams.
• • Worked under the guidance of Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists to supervise injury reconditioning protocols and therapeutic massage.
• • Presented, coached and demonstrated technique at NSCA Symposia.

Assistant Sports Performance Coach/Massage Therapist 1/2007 – 8/2008
University of Louisville – Louisville, KY
• • Designed and executed sport specific programs that emphasize injury prevention and athletic performance.
• • Collaborated with sport coaches to set goals and design a specific training plan based around academic calendar.
• • Educated athletes and coaches on the importance of regeneration, recovery and nutrition.
• • Traveled to competitions as a massage therapist with the swimming and diving, softball, and track and field teams.
• • Organized summer training camp for adolescent and high school students.

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach 9/2005 – 12/2006
National Strength and Conditioning Association – Colorado Springs, CO
• • Designed and implemented program for Professional, Olympic, NCAA Division I, high school, and developing athletes.
• • Instructed proper lifting technique, used DartFish video analysis, and performed physiological testing.
• • Demonstrated and taught hands-on portion at NSCA Symposia.

Masters of Science in Sports Medicine, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, CO – 2014
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada – 2005
Professional Certifications:
• • Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) – Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy, 2006 – MT.0019835
• • NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist – CSCS #200526937
• • NSCA Certified Personal Trainer – NSCA-CPT #7201690210
• • USAW – Sports Performance Coach #188373
• • 200 Hour Core Power Yoga Teacher Training – Yoga Alliance, 2014
• • American Heart Association – Heartsaver CPR/AED

Professional Presentations:
Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitators Course - National Strength and Conditioning Association
June 2014 – “Circuit Training”
Japanese Mentorship - National Strength and Conditioning Association
September 2011 – “Speed, Agility and Quickness”
September 2011 – “Regeneration and Recovery”
Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator Workshop and Symposium - National Strength and Conditioning Association
August 2011 – “Aerobic and Anaerobic Training”
Exam Preparation Symposium - National Strength and Conditioning Association
January 2011 – Camp Lejeune, NC
January 2011 – Miramar, CA
March 2011 – Arnold Strength Summit, Columbus, OH
September 2011 – Colorado Springs, CO
Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator Workshop and Symposium - National Strength and Conditioning Association
July 2010 – “Periodization”
Japanese Mentorship - National Strength and Conditioning Association
August 2009 – “Program Design”
Alternate Methods Symposium - National Strength and Conditioning Association
March 2009 – “Movement Preparation”
March 2009 – “Recovery and Regeneration”
Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator Workshop and Symposium - National Strength and Conditioning Association
September 2008 – “Assessment and Testing”
Training for Hockey Symposium - National Strength and conditioning Association
August 2006 – “On Ice Conditioning”

Dawes, JJ, Orr, RM, Elder, CL, Krall, K, Stierli, and Schilling, B. Relationship between selected measures of power and strength
and linear running speed amongst special weapons and tactics police officers. Journal of Australian Strength and
Conditioning. 23(2), 2015.
Krall, K. Sport-Specific Agility and Quickness Training: Ice Hockey. In: Dawes, J and Roozen, M, eds. Developing Agility and
Quickness. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics; 2012:139-140.
Stephenson, MD, Dawes, J, and Krall, K. Leading-Edge Training for the Sport and Tactical Athlete. Training and Conditioning.
19.3: 39, 2009.
Dawes, J and Krall, K. The Overhead Squat. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning. 17(3): 29-30. 2009

Athletic Experience:
• • Ironman 70.3 - Oceanside, CA 2009 – Boulder, CO 2012 – Chattanooga, TN 2016
• • US Long Track Speed Skating World Cup and National Team Member, 2003-2004
• • Women’s Varsity Soccer Team, Willamette University, 1998
• • US Jr. World Cycling Team Member, 1997
• • US Jr. National Speed Skating Team Member, 1994-1996

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