Dan Schuck’s analytical approach, combined with his ability to quickly learn, adapt, and deliver, has been a critical element to SPECTRUM’s growth and success. His operational efficiency and passion for quality-driven service has put a stamp on the continued high level outcomes that SPECTRUM produces throughout all clientele and contracts. Schuck continues to ensure the education process, client interaction, and day to day operations both in the performance center and at off-site contracts are in-line with the SPECTRUM mission, methodology, and standard of service.
Schuck has made a name for himself as a performance coach in the team setting, with individual athletes and also with older adults. Schuck was the Head Performance Coach for Orlando City from 2010-2014, leading the team in all areas of injury prevention, recovery, and athletic performance. In addition, he has consulted with Nike as a developer of multiple workouts for their recent APP launch, and he has trained world champions, international professional athletes, and a large array of elite athletes in soccer, baseball, tennis, football, golf, and swimming.
Prior to joining SPECTRUM, Schuck worked for the City of Winter Park as the youngest Assistant Director of Economic Development at 25. He gained invaluable experience working daily with the opportunities and obstacles that business owners grappled with and the strategic visioning required to continue to monitor each business’ market dynamics so they take advantage when conditions where good, and forecast downward trends and how to plan around those. These skills have served him well in SPECTRUM’s strategic financial planning, and navigating into new market segments with the growth of the business. Schuck played college soccer at Rollins College where he earned his BS. Schuck currently lives in Maitland, FL with his wife and two kids.
Dan is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and is certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS).