Loren Landow entered his second year as the Broncos’ head strength and conditioning coach in 2019. A 23-year professional in the field of performance enhancement, Landow joined the Broncos after spending 10 years as the owner and director of Landow Performance, a sports training center in Centennial, Colorado. He has trained thousands of athletes during his career, including more than 700 professional athletes associated with the NFL, NHL, MLB, UFC, WNBA, and Olympics.
In addition to his expertise on biomechanics and maximizing athletic performance, Coach Landow is known for his emphasis on injury prevention and rehabilitation. He developed the ACL prevention program and the ACL return to sport protocols for the world-renowned Steadman Hawkins Clinic.
Before opening Landow Performance, he worked as the director of sports performance for Velocity Sports Performance in Englewood, Colorado, from 2003–2007 and as the director of ISSD at Colorado Athletic Club Inverness in Englewood from 1996–2003.
Landow is an MAT (muscle activation technique) Certified Specialist and is working toward RTS (resistance training specialist) Mastery Level. A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through USA Weightlifting, he has earned advanced credentials from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the American Academy of Health and Fitness Professionals (AAHFP). He is on the Board of Directors for the Exercise Science Program at Metro State University and the Board for the master’s program for Setanta College in Ireland. A graduate of Westminster (CO) High School, Landow attended the University of Northern Colorado, where he graduated in 1996 with a degree in kinesiology and an emphasis in exercise science.