About Lucas Quinn

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Lucas has been training athletes in Ventura County for 4 years. He has trained and developed athletes from youth to the collegiate level, in sports ranging from basketball, football, baseball, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, track and field, hockey, softball, tennis, beach volleyball, and golf. He trains athletes from the following areas: Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Calabasas, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Ventura, Oxnard, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, and Los Angeles.

He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (the “gold standard” certification for top Strength and Conditioning Coaches). He is a graduate of California Lutheran University (May ‘18) and also now a Strength and Conditioning Coach at CLU for the Men’s Basketball, Football, and Baseball programs. He is also certified as a Performance Specialist through EXOS (CEU accredited by the NSCA and the National Academy of Sports Medicine).

As a college football player at CLU, Lucas was a 4-year starter and a Team Captain. He started at 4 different positions throughout his career: Cornerback, Free Safety, Strong Safety, and Outside Linebacker, finishing his college career with 31 career starts, 161 total tackles, 5 interceptions, and 15 pass break ups. Learn more about Lucas’ CLU career or read about his football journey.

      Through an internship at PSP, he also helped to work with a number of Division I college football players preparing them for the 2017 NFL Combine as well as both NFL and MLB athletes.

Lucas and his wife, Samantha, married in June of 2017, and currently live in Westlake Village, CA. They just welcomed their firstborn son, Case, into the world on September 12th, 2018. 

Lucas, Samantha, & Case Quinn (2018).

 “I have developed a passion for helping athletes and seeing them grow and improve in their athletic performance, and I also have a strong desire to be a positive role model who cares for athletes beyond just the field of play.” 

-Lucas Quinn