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Endeavor appoints Klemic and Lasnier to leadership positions, says goodbye to Neeld

Wednesday, May 11, 2016, 8:30PM

Endeavor Sports Performance is pleased to announce that David Lasnier has been promoted to the position of Director of Performance. David has been a top performance specialist at Endeavor for 7 years, and is a former Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks. As the Director of Performance, David will be responsible for designing and implementing custom strength and conditioning programs for our clients. "David has a proven track record of exceeding Endeavor athletes' expectations in terms of quality programming, excellent coaching, and extraordinary results," says Endeavor CEO Jared Beach. "He truly cares about each and every athlete that trains at Endeavor, and brings the knowledge and passion necessary to ensure our athletes always leave a training session one day better." 


 Endeavor is also pleased to announce that David Klemic will be joining the Endeavor Family as the Director of Business Operations and a performance specialist. Klemic is a former NFL football player for the Kansas City Chiefs, who ran one of the all-time fastest 40 yard dash times at the NFL Combine. A disciple of legendary speed coach Chip Smith, Klemic works with NHL players such as Dennis Seidenberg, Jeff Carter, and Justin Williams; as well as top NFL prospects including 2016 2nd round NFL Draft pick Austin Johnson. "David Klemic is a welcome addition to our Endeavor Family. His training expertise in the speed department will prove to be invaluable for our athletes, and his business acumen and professionalism will help position Endeavor as the go-to training facility for aspiring athletes in the mid-Atlantic region," says Jared Beach. 


As we move forward under the leadership of David Lasnier and David Klemic, the entire Endeavor Family would like to thank Kevin Neeld for his years of dedicated service. We wish him well as he pursues the opportunity to become a Strength & Conditioning coach with a professional hockey organization.


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