STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING STAFF
John Krasinski has more than 20 years of major college experience in strength and conditioning and has trained over 100 players who have gone on to the National Football League including Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers, NFL All-Pros Alex Mack and Nnamdi Asomugha, and first-Round draft choices Jahvid Best, Marshawn Lynch, Cameron Jordan and Tyson Alualu.
Krasinski was the Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance at Fordham University from 2013 to 2015. During that time the Rams football team posted a record of 23-4 winning the Patriot League Conference title and appearing in the FCS playoffs twice.
From 2002 until 2010, Krasinski served as the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of California, where he oversaw all of the strength and conditioning for the Cal football program. While at Cal, the Golden Bears went to seven straight postseason bowls from 2003 until 2009. In 2007, Krasinski was named Master Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA), the highest honor given in the strength and conditioning coaching profession. He also was heavily involved in the design and development of the Student-Athlete High Performance Center that was constructed at Cal in 2009.
Under Krasinski's tutelage at Cal, six Golden Bear football players earned Strength and Conditioning All-America honors. In addition to his work with the nationally-ranked Cal football team, he oversaw all of the strength and conditioning for Cal's field hockey, women's lacrosse, softball, gymnastics, and men's and women's soccer teams.
Prior to his time in Berkeley, Krasinski worked as the head strength and conditioning coach at Northern Arizona from 2000-02 and the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Oregon from 1996-2000, helping the Ducks to three straight postseason bowls.
Krasinski also served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Colorado State (1993-96) and received his start at Rutgers University in 1991-92, as the assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Besides being a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach, Krasinski is also an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a CSCCA-certified Collegiate Strength Coach, as well as being certified as a Sports Performance Level 1 Coach by the USAW.
After playing football for one year at Rocky Mountain College, Krasinski transferred to Montana State where he graduated in 1990 with a degree in sports medicine and competed with the school's power-lifting team. He also earned a master's degree in exercise physiology from Oregon in 1998.
A native of Colstrip, Montana, Krasinski and his wife, Summer, have two sons: Johnhenry and Lincoln.
Justin Landry is Bay Area Native from Oakland, California. Graduating from St. Elizabeth High School. Prior to his arrival at UC Davis he served as Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men’s Basketball at Troy University while assisting with Football.
Prior to Troy University, Landry spent a year working at the University of Texas as a Basketball Performance Coach for Men’s Basketball under Todd Wright now with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Landry spent one year as a graduate assistant coach at Tennessee State University where he oversaw the women's basketball team, while assisting with football, volleyball and softball. While working with the Tigers, Landry also worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Father Ryan High School in Nashville.
Landry also spent four months at Baylor University as an athletic performance intern where he worked primarily with the men and women's basketball programs, also assisting with Olympic sports.
In 2011, he created his own company, Hollywood Athletics, in which he provided strength and conditioning training services. He has trained multiple women's basketball college programs, high school programs, AAU teams, and assisted with basic athletic measurement (BAM) testing and NBDL, NBA and collegiate combines.
Landry has certifications with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a strength and conditioning specialist, the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a performance enhancement specialist as well as USA track & field and weightlifting sport performance coach. As well, Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)
Landry graduated from Cal State East Bay with a bachelor's degree in pre-athletic training, with a minor in recreation in 2012. He completed his master's degree of education in sports science, with a focus is exercise physiology, from Tennessee State University in 2014.
Prior to his involvement with collegiate athletics, Landry was a physical therapy aide at Webster Orthepedics.
Craig Miszewski joined the UC Davis Strength & Conditioning Staff in 2013 and is primarily responsible for supporting the baseball, volleyball, women's lacrosse, men's water polo, and men's tennis.
A native of Upstate New York, Miszewski has been working professionally with athletes competing at every level since 2009. His previous professional experience includes assisting with the University at Albany, Central Connecticut University, Georgetown University and University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) strength and conditioning departments.
Miszewski has worked with a variety of sports at the highest levels of NCAA competition including baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field, tennis and volleyball.
Miszewski earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise science from the Springfield College in 2007. He is currently pursuing his masters' degree in Positive Coaching through the University of Missouri. He has earned credentials from the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association and the National Strength & Conditioning Association.
Miszewski lives in Woodland and remains active by training for and competing in Strongman.
Sheldon Dunlap joined the UC Davis Strength & Conditioning Staff in the fall of 2015 and is primarily responsible for supporting the women's basketball, softball, women's tennis, track & field, women's water polo and cross country.
A native of Statesville, North Carolina, Dunlap has been working professionally with athletes since 2012. His previous professional experience includes assisting at Duke University and with the Orlando Magic as the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for their Development League team, The Erie Bayhawks. While at Duke University, Dunlap worked with a variety of sports at the highest levels of NCAA competition including swimming, rowing, track & field, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Dunlap also assisted with Duke Lacrosse's Championship staff in 2013 and 2014.
Dunlap earned his bachelor of science degree in exercise science from the Appalachian State University in 2011. In the summer of 2012 he earned his Certified Strength & Condition Specialist credentials from the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Dunlap is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.