COACHES

Blair Wagner
Assistant Strength & Conditioning

Biography

Blair Wagner enters his first season serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Los Angeles Rams.

Prior to joining the Rams, Wagner spent two seasons at the University of Washington working in the Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning Department. During his tenure, he assisted with the strength and conditioning programs for men’s rowing, softball, women’s tennis, and track & field (throwers). Simultaneously, Wagner worked for the Women’s National Basketball Association during the 2016 season, where he served as the director of strength and conditioning for the Seattle Storm.

Before returning to college athletics, Wagner served as a human performance specialist with the 1st Special Forces Group, Green Beret Soldiers at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, Washington. While at JBLM, Wagner was honored to work with soldiers who were preparing for deployment along with treating and rehabbing those returning from battle.

Wagner spent four years at Eastern Michigan University, where he served three years as the head sports performance coach. He was directly responsible for the football, women’s basketball and women’s golf programs while overseeing the other 18 teams at EMU.

After a brief stint with the College of Charleston strength and conditioning program in the fall of 2007, Wagner was appointed to The Citadel for the 2007-09 seasons. At The Citadel, he worked directly with the men’s basketball and wrestling programs while assisting with the Bulldogs’ football and baseball teams.

Prior to arriving in Charleston, SC., Wagner attended the University of Wyoming and obtained his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion while working with the Wyoming football and strength and conditioning programs. Wagner holds several certifications and holds a master’s degree in Exercise & Sport Science from The Citadel Graduate College. The Cheyenne, Wyo., native resides in Camarillo, Calif., with his wife, Cam, and their son, Bremer.

Blair Wagner enters his first season serving as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Los Angeles Rams.

Prior to joining the Rams, Wagner spent two seasons at the University of Washington working in the Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning Department. During his tenure, he assisted with the strength and conditioning programs for men’s rowing, softball, women’s tennis, and track & field (throwers). Simultaneously, Wagner worked for the Women’s National Basketball Association during the 2016 season, where he served as the director of strength and conditioning for the Seattle Storm.

Before returning to college athletics, Wagner served as a human performance specialist with the 1st Special Forces Group, Green Beret Soldiers at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, Washington. While at JBLM, Wagner was honored to work with soldiers who were preparing for deployment along with treating and rehabbing those returning from battle.

Wagner spent four years at Eastern Michigan University, where he served three years as the head sports performance coach. He was directly responsible for the football, women’s basketball and women’s golf programs while overseeing the other 18 teams at EMU.

After a brief stint with the College of Charleston strength and conditioning program in the fall of 2007, Wagner was appointed to The Citadel for the 2007-09 seasons. At The Citadel, he worked directly with the men’s basketball and wrestling programs while assisting with the Bulldogs’ football and baseball teams.

Prior to arriving in Charleston, SC., Wagner attended the University of Wyoming and obtained his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion while working with the Wyoming football and strength and conditioning programs. Wagner holds several certifications and holds a master’s degree in Exercise & Sport Science from The Citadel Graduate College. The Cheyenne, Wyo., native resides in Camarillo, Calif., with his wife, Cam, and their son, Bremer.

 

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