Dew Spicher serves as the Director of Sports Performance at Precision. Dew has spent time coaching at the Division I level as well as working exclusively with professional athletes.
His most notable stop came while serving as High Performance Coach at Performance Enhancement Professionals (PEP) in Scottsdale, AZ. There, he worked exclusively with athletes competing in the NFL and MLB. Dew’s role at PEP spanned from evaluating athletes, prescribing and implementing training plans, providing various forms of therapy, and developing a nutrition protocol for each athlete.
Some noteworthy athlete’s Dew has worked with include:
James Harrison, Cam Heyward, David Dahl, Noah Syndergaard, Kyle Fuller, Ethan Wilson, Zach Greene, Tim Tebow, Demaryius Thomas, A’Shawn Robinson, Jordan Patterson, Stephon Tuitt, Lavon Hooks, Dontari Poe, Brock Osweiler, Marcel Reece and many more.
Dew’s other stops included time at Cressey Sports Performance in Jupiter, FL. There he worked directly with many collegiate and professional baseball players. He also served as the strength and conditioning coach for the baseball team at both Belmont University and The University of South Alabama.
His principles and approach as a sports performance coach include re-enforcing proper movement patterns while establishing a base of mobility, stability, and strength that allows the athlete to then be competent enough to incorporate speed/plyometric training which becomes the expression of power through the coupling of strength. The incorporation of unilateral training also serves as a staple in Dew’s training plans as every sport played constantly demands the athlete to absorb and create force through one leg at a time; rarely will an athlete ever truly compete with evenly distributed forces between both sides of the body.
Dew is a native of Falls Creek/DuBois, Pa. He attended Duquesne University where he graduated with a degree in Athletic Training and obtained his Master’s of Sports Administration at Belmont University. While at Duquesne, Dew was a member of the football team that won two NEC Titles where he lettered three years and served as a two-year starter.