Wes Anderson SPT, CSCS, CES, TRX
Strength Coach & Physical Therapy Student
Wes Anderson received his B.S. in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Sonoma State University in 2011. He played on both the Div. II Men’s Soccer and the Varsity Club Ultimate Frisbee teams. He also worked at a local health club as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Wes has earned his CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a Certified TRX Instructor in both Group (Lvl: 1 GSTC) and Sports Medicine (Lvl: 2 SMSTC), as well as a NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES).
Wes has been working for Diablo Physical Therapy since June 2012, first as a Physical Therapy Aide and now also in the Diablo Sports Performance side. He has gained valuable experience in collaboration with the Physical Therapists at the clinic and makes bridging the gap from rehab to strength training as seamlessly as possible to make sure you achieve your goals quickly and safely through individualized programs. He is currently in his final year of graduate school pursuing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) at University of St. Augustine – San Marcos. Raised in Alamo, Wes attended Monte Vista High School where he played soccer all four years. He is again part of the Men’s Soccer program by serving as the Strength & Conditioning Coach for all teams and as Assistant Varsity Coach.
Wes is a very active person who has a passion for all sports, having played soccer, football, basketball, lacrosse, swimming, ultimate frisbee, and golf, from a young age. If you’re looking to reach your goals and get some free fantasy football tips, then come on in and see Wes today!
Julieta Guzman MA, ATC
Strength Coach & Athletic Trainer
Julieta joins our sports performance team as an experienced athletic trainer and has worked with many elite athletes including NFL players and track and field Olympians. Her rehabilitative approach focuses on functional movement corrective exercise, prevention and recognition of injuries, and return to sport protocol and testing.
Julieta has previous collegiate athletic training experience at as a graduate assistant at Stanford from 2008-2010 in which she worked with football and track and field. She left Stanford to become the assistant athletic trainer with football at University of California, Berkeley from 2010-2013. She eventually left Cal to work with active duty Marines and sailors in San Diego. As a Marine veteran herself, Julieta felt it was an exciting opportunity to help ready active duty personnel through the sports medicine prevention and reconditioning team (2010). After working with active duty military, she was called back to the collegiate setting and was asked to take over the Head football athletic trainer position at University of California, Davis. Julieta happily accepted this position and eventually became the Associate head athletic trainer, 2013-2017.
Julieta earned a BS in athletic training from Eastern Michigan University in 2008 and an MA in kinesiology from San Jose State in 2010. She is a board certified Athletic Trainer.
Julieta loves to surf, snowboard, and backpack the sierras and Rockies as some of her hobbies. She lives in Oakland and enjoys spending time with her family.
Daniel Chung is a USPA powerlifter and strength coach who has worked with large health clubs as a master trainer. During his time in a health club he was able to help a wide variety of clientele with varying goals such as weight loss, enhancing strength and conditioning, improving mobility, and building muscle. Daniel has been certified through NASM (National Association for Sports Medicine) for personal training, corrective exercise, and performance enhancement.
Daniel has been strength training since 2012 and has been a trainer since 2016 when he decided to leave his desk job to pursue his passion in the fitness industry. He has loved every second of seeing the growth and progress of everyone he has helped and hasn’t looked back since. Being a competitive powerlifter, Daniel has spent a lot of time perfecting the big barbell movements such as the squat, deadlift, and bench press and has gained a deep understanding of these types of exercises. One of the main reason he decided to become a trainer was because he wanted to help people like his father, who would often complain about his aches and pains. So aside from his strength training background, Daniel has invested time in learning corrective exercise and mobility techniques in order to help people to get their lives back.
Daniel has a variety of hobbies such as digital art and design, skateboarding, basketball, and hanging out at the dog park with his girlfriend. If you want to get stronger, lose weight, or just feel better, make sure to come and sign up with Daniel!
Harrison Kuehn is a Certified Athletic Trainer as recognized by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification. He earned his B.S. in Athletic Training from The Ohio State University. During his time at OSU, he worked with a variety of sports including football, men’s ice hockey, men’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s track and field and cross country.
Most recently, he has worked with high school student-athletes at Dublin Jerome (Ohio) and Bellarmine College Preparatory (San Jose, CA).
A Walnut Creek native, Harrison is thrilled to be back in the east bay and provide helath care for people of all ages and levels of athleticism.
Harrison has a passion for helping people get out of pain and get back to doing the activities they love. He primarily specializes in the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic musculoskeletal injuries