LaRue Cook is an ITPA certified CTPS who also holds certifications as a CSCS from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Sports Performance and Injury Prevention Trainer from the Cincinnati Sports Medicine Research and Education Foundation, Youth Conditioning Specialist from the IYCA and a Speed and Agility Coach from the USA Track and Field. LaRue also holds a BS degree in Health Science.
LaRue has worked with tennis and other athletes for the past 21 years, and has served as Sports Science and Exercise contributing writer to such publications as Tennis View Magazine, Tennis Life Magazine and ESPN.com. He currently serves on the Board of Examiners of the National Board of Fitness Examiners. LaRue is based in Alexandria, VA but travels the country presenting Tennis Fitness and Conditioning clinics to tennis clubs, country clubs, tennis teams and more. "I see having achieved the distinct honor of passing my CTPS exam as validation of all of my efforts over the years to continue to learn and challenge myself to improve both my skills and knowledge in how to help tennis athletes to improve their performance and reduce their risk of injury." (LEC)
LaRue E. Cook, CSCS, CTPS