Aaron Schwenzfeier

  • Date created

    December 19, 2018

  • Last updated

    October 19, 2020

Coach Aaron Schwenzfeier


About Coach Schwenzfeier

Aaron Schwenzfeier earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education and master’s degree in kinesiology from the University of North Dakota. Schwenzfeier has been teaching and coaching in the field of physical education/athletic development for 13 years, working with individuals and teams in ages ranging from six years old to collegiate athletes. Most recently, he has spent the past 10 years as an instructor in the kinesiology program and as the associate director of strength and conditioning at the University of North Dakota.

Schwenzfeier chose to work at Athlos, because he feels there is a great need for innovation in the area of physical education in today’s society, and he was intrigued by Athlos Academy’s philosophical emphasis in this area.

“I feel that Athlos Academy can help lead the way in making a major impact in how physical education/athletic development is viewed and taught in our country – not just helping students become better athletes, but more importantly instilling the passion and skills in young people to be committed to being healthy and happy life-long movers,” Schwenzfeier said.

Favorite Performance Character Trait: Curiosity

“I feel curiosity is one of the main catalysts to learning and fuels the desire to keep on learning,” he said.

Fun Facts about Coach Schwenzfeier

Q: What are three things most people don’t know about you?

  •  I love photography.
  • I am a science and philosophy nerd – anything from basic physics to astrophysics and cosmology, biology to ecology, metaphysics to politics and ethics, and everything related and in between!
  • I just started drinking (some) coffee this year.

Q: What is your favorite type of physical activity?
A: I love biking and hiking.

Q: What was your favorite childhood book?
A: Playing outside. 😉
(Sorry, that’s about all I remember from my childhood!)

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