ANDREW HARESTAD | Director of Methodology
Andrew brings a variety of performance training experience to the C.A.M.P. team, as well as extensive time traveling throughout the world visiting professional teams and trainers, and consulting with a variety of training centers across the country. Andrew is a Nationally Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach with advanced certificatons in speed and conditioning and weightlifting. Andrew is able to use many different types of methods from Yoga to Olympic Weight Lifting, or Static Stretching to PNF Stretching to help the athletes achieve the desired results.
As Director of Methodology for C.A.M.P., Andrew designs and implements performance training systems for athletes of all sports to include professional and collegiate, as well as elite youth athletes. He also continues to specialize in the latest speed training techniques. His basic philosophy when it comes to training an athlete is that an athlete must be able to move with extreme efficiency and maintain constant balance and awareness.
A native of Germany, Andrew was a collegiate football player and collegiate track and field athlete. His credentials are: M.S. CSCS, NSCA-PT, NASM-CPT, ACE, BFS, IAAF 5 Sprints/Hurdles/Relays & Jumps, USATF 3 Sprints/Hurdles/Relays & Jumps, USATF Club Coach, USAW 2, USAW Club Coach, Crossfit Level 2, FMS Level 2. He has coached and trained athletes for over 15 years. He got his start training Ultimate Fighters to whom he is extremely grateful. Andrew currently resides in Utah with his wife Emily, who is a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and 5 children in northern Utah.
TYLER ALBRETSEN | Trainer
Tyler is a 23 year old soccer player who started going to CAMP to gain an edge as he trained to become a professional athlete. Tyler played soccer growing up in the state of Utah with teams such as Real Salt Lake U17 team and ODP 91’s. Furthering his playing career, he went on to play 4 years of Division II college soccer at Dixie State University and graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology. Tyler is currently training and playing for the Weber State Men’s Club team while still preparing to attend combines and pro tryouts. He has his National D license to train soccer teams at the club level. He is looking attain higher license for soccer and adding certifications for training individual athletes specific to their sports, not just soccer players.