Sports Performance Coach
Steven Warden is a 2016 graduate of Baldwin Wallace University where he earned a B.A. dual degree in Pre-Physical Therapy & Exercise Science with a minor in Biology. During his time at BWU he completed two separate professional internships; one with the Cleveland Clinic Sports Medicine Division as a physical therapy intern, and the other with T3 Performance as a strength coach intern. While at T3 Performance he gained experience coaching olympic lifting, strength training, speed/acceleration training, and multi directional work, to professional athletes from various sports as well as NCAA Division I, II, & III athletes. Steven is currently attending Buffalo State College pursing a second degree in Dietetics & Nutrition. While at Buffalo State he has served as a strength coach intern working with the NCAA Division III Football, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, and Swimming teams. During his college career he was also a member of the Baldwin Wallace Division III Men's Soccer team in 2012-2013. In high school he was a four year varsity starter in both ice hockey and soccer, as well as a two-time captain for each team. He was a two-time New York State runner up in ice hockey, and earned an All Western New York honor for soccer.
Steve Warden is currently not instructing any classes.