Dan Flanick began his career in the college sector at Cornell University followed by Baylor University. Following his experience at the Division I level, Dan moved into the private sector when opening SkanStrength in April of 2017.
During his time at Cornell, he trained men’s & women’s basketball, football, baseball, wrestling, women’s squash, swimming & diving, and women’s equestrian. A few of the athletes he helped train went on to win NCAA National Championships.
While at Baylor University, Dan assisted with training football, women’s acrobatics & tumbling, women’s tennis, women’s equestrian, and men’s and women’s cross-country. During his time at Baylor, Dan was a part of the Athletic Performance Staff for the football team when they won the 2014 Big 12 Championship.
Dan has worked with many elite level athletes including most recently, the 2020 US Open wrestling champion at the 86kg weight class.
Along with his coaching career, Dan is a published writer in multiple local and nationally renowned publications on strength & conditioning, health, and general fitness.
Dan’s educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Ithaca College & Master’s Degree in Coaching from Baylor University.
Dan organizes the Strength & Conditioning Classes and Youth Programs at SkanStrength.
He is married to his wonderful wife, Taylor and “father” to his 4-legged child, Mowgli.
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