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Jared Joerger MS, CSCS
Head Strength Coach, Owner

Born and raised in Las Vegas, Jared grew up playing hockey at a young age within the walls of roller and ice hockey rinks around the valley.  Jared attended UNLV for both his undergraduate and graduate education receiving both a bachelor's in Kinesiology and master's degree in Biomechanics. While in school, he played and coached for the Rebel hockey team and began his career as a strength and conditioning coach.

Jared has spent the last 15 years coaching youth hockey and as a strength and conditioning coach. Over the last seven years, Jared has worked as a strength coach with youth, college, and professional hockey players, among other athletes. Prior to the opening of Off Ice Athletics, Jared spent a year and a half as a Performance Conditioning Specialist with Cirque du Soleil's Las Vegas resident shows, working with some of the most talented acrobats, dancers, and artists in the world. 

Jared's many years of experience as a competitive hockey player as well as a youth hockey coach gives him the knowledge necessary to understand the physical demands of the sport. Having suffered several injuries himself along the way, he understands the importance of off ice strength and conditioning to not only for performance, but to improve an athlete's durability and safety.


- Master of Science in Biomechanics, UNLV

- Bachelor of Science Kinesiology, UNLV

- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA

- StrongFirst Level 1 Kettlebell Instructor

- StrongFirst Bodyweight Instructor

- Specialist in Fitness Nutrition, ISSA

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Kendell Galor-Joerger MS, LAT/ATC, CSCS
Head Athletic Trainer, Strength Coach, Co-Owner

Kendell has been a licensed/certified athletic trainer since 2015. The UNLV alumni started her career in athletic training with the UNLV ice and roller hockey teams, along with working with various tournament and high school sports. She received her Pilates certification in 2016 and has worked with clients of all ages and capabilities. In the summer of 2017, Kendell traveled to Israel with  Maccabiah USA ice hockey as the head athletic trainer for the USA Junior, Open, and Masters division teams. That fall, Kendell became a strength and conditioning specialist and began working with the Vegas Golden Knights, where she worked with the VGK for their first 3 seasons. She completed her Masters degree in Biomechanics at UNLV in 2018. In December of 2019, she began working as a performance medicine therapist at Mystere by Cirque du Soleil. Currently, Kendell is the Board Chair for the Nevada State Board of Athletic Training.

Kendell grew up in hockey rinks both in Las Vegas and in Colorado. She is passionate about helping athletes and non-athletes alike to meet their goals before and after injury through strength and conditioning, Pilates, rehab, and reconditioning practices. Outside of the rink Kendell spends most of her time with her family and her dogs. Her main pastime that does not take place in the hockey rink is riding her horse, a hobby she has held since she was first introduced to horses as an infant.


- Master of Science Biomechanics, UNLV

- Bachelor of Science Athletic Training, UNLV

- Bachelor of Science Kinesiology Allied Health, UNLV

- Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer, BOC

- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA

- Certified Pilates Instructor

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