Kaleigh Edwards

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Kaleigh Edwards serves as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at CSP-FL. Prior to completing her CSP-FL internship in the Summer of 2022, she played Division 1 collegiate softball at Central Connecticut State University before transferring to Salisbury University in Maryland. She went on to play softball while earning a BS in Exercise Science as well as a BA in Psychology. After completing her undergraduate degree, she went on to complete her Masters in Heath in Human Performance while working as a Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant for Salisbury University. There she designed and implemented strength and conditioning protocols for the Salisbury 2021 Division III National Championship Baseball Program, the Nationally Ranked Softball Program, and Women’s Soccer Program. She also assisted with Football and Track & Field. In addition to coaching at the collegiate level, she has previously coached at a private facility, working with athletes of all ages, offering personal training, and providing team and adult group training. Finally, she organized group softball skills camps for youth and collegiate athletes and provided private softball instruction.

She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC).

Free Access to Eric’s 47-Minute UNE Lecture

Hip-Shoulder Separation in Rotational Athletes: Making Sense of the Thoracic Spine.

Welcome to Cressey Sports Performance

Over the years, Eric Cressey’s given this lecture to more than 10,000 coaches, players, sports medicine professionals and enthusiasts and it’s been a huge hit. In the video, you will observe a lot of our CSP athletes training and learn:

  • Why different athletes need different approaches to power development?

  • Why it’s essential that you learn to train outside the sagittal plane?
  • Which medicine ball and plyometric variations I use with baseball players?
  • Why not all throwers have identical deceleration patterns or training needs?

  • How your arm care programs can be improved to reduce the risk of injury and improve throwing velocity?