Nick Outlaw CSCS, CES, CPT
Nick Outlaw is a Corrective Movement Specialists who is passionate about addressing clients’ imbalances and movement patterns, so they can truly enjoy life’s adventures at their best. He interned and learned from some of the best physical therapists in the field and regularly receives referrals from Triangle area physical therapists to transition clients to a program of continuing corrective movement and strengthening.
A fan of college basketball, Nick has advised and trained the #1 NBA draft pick, John Wall. As a young boy, he grew up playing baseball with Josh Hamilton, MLB American League MVP. At an early age, Nick started strength training (in the 6th grade) with his older brother, and later played high school and college baseball, participated in Endurance Challenge and Power House competitions (top 3 finisher), competed half marathon and Tough Mudder races, and played basketball.
Nick says he always felt that he needed to train smarter than other athletes because he wasn’t as naturally gifted athletically as others on his baseball team. It was, as he says, his only advantage to remain competitive.
Today, Nick’s smarter approach to training and corrective and rehabilitative work spans a range of client diagnoses and conditions to maximize their fitness potential, including cancer patients, clients with ACL injuries, and those who have undergone hip replacements.
Certifications: National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Certified Personal Trainer; National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES)
Bo May MS, CSCS, USAW
Bo is a former football player. He played college football at Valdosta State University, where he played defensive line and started at defensive end for the Division II 2007 National Championship team. Following that season he was an assistant coach on the defensive side of the ball for his last semester in college.
After he graduated from college he had a calling to play professional indoor football for the Columbus Lions and San Angelo Stampede. He sustained a career ending injury, in which motivated him to help Athletes’ improve their performance and help prevent injuries.
He went to Athletes’ Performance in Phoenix, Arizona to learn from the best. As an intern, this is where he learned Athletes’ Performance Methodology on helping prepare Athletes’ for their sport. While being in Arizona at Athletes’ Performance he helped coach college athletes preparing for the 2010 NFL Combine, baseball players preparing for spring training, triathletes, Olympic athletes, high school and college athletes’ prepare for their sports. He has also work under Todd Rice while Interning at NC State for summer and in-season of 2011, which helped in preparing for the 2011 Belk Bowl. Bo was a former strength and conditioning coach working with Football, Baseball, and Track at NC A&T State University. He was previously working at EXOS (formerly Athletes’ Performance) at Raleigh Orthopedics.
He has his Masters of Exercise Science with an emphasis in performance enhancement and injury prevention from California University of Pennsylvania. Bo is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Also certified through USA- Weightlifting, NASM- Performance Enhancement Specialist, and NASE.