Daniel Jahn

DJ-199x300 Daniel Jahn, CSCS, USAW
Contact DJ at dj@maxsc.net

The Owner of Maximum Sports Conditioning (est. 2007), Daniel Jahn has been in and around sports training for 19 years. He played baseball at the University of Washington from 1997 until 2000 when a back injury ended his career. He was hired as an assistant baseball coach at the UW, and as an intern in the Husky weight room. He became a part-time assistant strength coach the following year, and then full-time in 2002. He was the head of Baseball, Softball, Swimming, and Volleyball, but also worked extensively with Football, and helped with Basketball, Track and Soccer. Along with training thousands of collegiate athletes, and the 2005 NCAA National Championship Volleyball team at the UW, he has trained professionals of all backgrounds ranging from Mixed Martial Arts competitors to Olympic Snowboarders. He has held numerous clinics and seminars for youth of all sports, performed instructional training seminars for personal trainers, organized and facilitated strength and conditioning coaches’ clinics, was a guest lecturer at the University of Washington Student Athlete Academic Services center and UW Bothell, organized and facilitated summer baseball camps for kids, and was a part-time columnist for STACK magazine (articles written appear in April 05, Oct. 05, Nov. 05, Feb. 06). In 2006-2007 he was the Director of Training and Education at Endzone Athletics, where he established and operated countless programs for high school athletes. Daniel also serves on the Sports Performance Team for Volt Athletics, which is an online sports conditioning program. Along with many articles, he also wrote the ‘College Preparation: Manual for Athletic Success’ which is a workbook designed to prepare athletes for college athletics.
In addition to his training background, Daniel is also actively involved in the community. He is the treasurer on the board of the Austin Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that runs health and wellness programs for underprivileged youth. He created a fundraiser for the Austin Foundation called the Washington’s Strongest School Competition which was held in 2010 and 2011. He was a mentor in the Bellevue Groundbreakers program, which was a leadership development program for African-American middle school boys from 2011-2013. He serves on the board of Athletes Beyond Borders, which is an organization designed to increase the number of inner city kids playing baseball and volleyball. He is also the 2009 recipient of the Seattle Mariners Fidelity Investments Inspire the Future Award for his work with inner city baseball teams, players, and coaches.