Having worked with a variety of national and professional athletes, Carrie understands the important benefits of a sound training structure and clear objectivity that a coach can provide. From novice to expert, Carrie looks forward to helping anyone needing direction and insight with training.
- Received her PhD in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Utah in 2011.
- Focus of research was on overtraining and methods of monitoring training.
- Has worked for Intermountain Healthcare in the Sports Medicine and Sports Performance department of the LiVe Well Center with Dr. Max Testa since 2006.
- Member of the medical support staff and performance team for the BMC Racing Team since 2009.
- USA Cycling Level 3 coach.
- Worked with the US Speedskating Team from 2003-2012 as a sports science intern, physiologist, Performance Enhancement Team coordinator, and medical coordinator.
- Member of the US Olympic delegation for the Torino and Vancouver Olympic Winter games in support of the US Long Track Speedskating Team.
- Active member of the American College of Sports Medicine.