drew hammondDrew works full-time as an embedded Human Performance Director for Air Force special operations. A central theme running through his work is a pursuit of proven training methodologies. He  caters to individualized, athlete-centric coaching and program design. Prior to his work with the military, Drew earned a BA in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as a MSc in Strength and Conditioning from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. While overseas, Drew had the privilege of working within Scotland’s international rugby program in addition to the work he completed as part of his degree with Edinburgh’s elite sport development teams.


The Transition Period: An Overview

Active Recovery: You May Be Doing It Wrong

EMOM Training for Tactical Athletes

Training for the Corporate Athlete

Straight vs. Ascending Sets: Weighing the Advantages and Disadvantages

Drew frequently undertakes performance consulting opportunities with different military and government entities interested in tactical athlete development. Additionally, he has partnered on a number of occasions with the Air Force Research Lab to develop actionable solutions for wearable devices, biomarker systems, cloud-based athlete management software and other projects related to optimizing performance.