Sign up for Fusion Fitness, hosted by Menlo Athletics Sports Performance by clicking here!
Menlo College Sports Performance is guided by the Athletic Department mission statement. The program seeks to provide an atmosphere in which athletes can grow physically, mentally, and emotionally, while enjoying a supportive, equitable, and diverse collegiate environment. Furthermore, athletes are given the opportunity to learn and demonstrate sportsmanship, responsibility, and integrity to their campus community and beyond. The following objectives support the athlete in achieving these goals.
Athlete Evaluation & Injury Reduction
Enhance Sports Performance
Mind Set Training
Sports Performance in Local Media
Menlo College Director of Sports Performance Victor Brankovich was interviewed by the San Jose Mercury news on teen lifting protocol. Read the article here!
Fusion Fitness Training Program!
For the first time ever, the Menlo Sports Performance Staff is offering a comprehensive training program to the public. The camp is run by members of the sports performance staff and can be catered to your needs and wants! Click here to learn more and register.
Victor Brankovich enters his 8th season on staff at his Alma Mater and first as the college's first ever Director of Sports Performance in 2015-16.
Brankovich immediately returned to Menlo as assistant football/strength and conditioning coach after graduating with a degree in Sports Management in 2009. Since then Brankovich has obtained his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S) Certification with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and has been named the team's Conditioning Coordinator.
After completing an internship with Stanford sports performance, Brankovich has brought his knowledge of functional training, speed, power, and nutrition to the Oaks Strength Program. He will work directly with all 15 of the department's varsity athletic teams beginning in 15-16.
Before Coming to Menlo College, Brankovich played high school football locally at Woodside High School, and then played junior college football at College of San Mateo where he was a 1st Team All-American. The success at CSM earned Brankovich a football scholarship to San Jose State, before he transferred to Menlo to play out his final two years. In his two seasons with the Oaks, Brankovich was a two time All-Conference player and was voted Team M.V.P in 2008 by his teammates.
He currently resides in Palo Alto.
Travis Patrick, a native of Castle Rock, Washington, comes to Menlo after graduating from Southern Oregon University. During his time at Southern Oregon, Travis was a national qualifier as a member of the wrestling team, helping them to three 2nd place team finishes at the NAIA National Tournament. Patrick finished his schooling at Southern Oregon with a Bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education and a minor in Psychology. In addition to his degree, Travis has obtained certifications from the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and from the NASM as a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Travis spent the summer of 2015 as the football head strength and conditioning coach at Kelso High School in Kelso, Wash. There he implemented a comprehensive program designed to maximize athletic potential while reducing injuries through teaching proper movement patterns. Travis is currently working towards a Master's degree in Applied Exercise Science while coaching here at Menlo.
|Karl Reyes, born and raised in the Bay Area Peninsula, joins the Sports Performance Staff from the University of La Verne. He played collegiate basketball at Dominican University of California for 2 years, and finished his career at the University of La Verne where he also acquired his Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a specialty in Health and Human Performance. Originally aspiring to become a Physical Therapist, Karl's strength coach at La Verne inspired and mentored him into the field of strength and conditioning because of his desire to work with athletes and their development. He interned at UC Riverside working with a wide range of Div. I athletes while also working as the Assistant Strength Coach at the University of La Verne overseeing multiple team's programs. He now joins the Menlo College Sports Performance staff certified by the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) to contribute to the athletic development of Menlo's Student Athletes. Karl seeks to specialize in SAQ (speed, agility, quickness) and power development as he plans to continue his education into a Master's degree.|
|SportsLab is a web and mobile platform for team performance tracking and monitoring. The Menlo College Sports Performance staff are working with SportsLab to effectively collect and assess student-athlete data. For more information visit http://sportslabhq.com|
|Menlo College has partnered with EAS Sport nutrition to provide its student-athletes with top-tier, tested and certified sports nutrition products.For more information visit http://eas.com/|
Power lift is the leading manufacturer of heavy-duty strength training equipment for high schools, colleges, universities, professional teams,military/government agencies and strength-training facilities.
|If you or your company wishes to be a sports performance partner, please contact Victor Brankovich at [email protected]|