Clint and his wife, Tami, founded TAD Sports in 2006. Their business started in just a 600 square foot room, and now over a decade later, TAD Sports is operating as the largest Sports Performance Facility in the county, at 20,000 square feet. From minimal equipment and just a passion for training, to everything an athlete can want in a training experience, coupled with an extensive knowledge of training.
Clint spent six years as the Head Sports Performance Coach at Granville High School, coaching hundreds of student-athletes from fifteen different sports. He carries the same principles of training to TAD Sports as he used successfully at Granville High School for many years. Clint and TAD’s training systems have evolved over the years, but the core belief remains that athletes of all ages need to concurrently work on speed, power, strength, endurance, and skill. When it comes to youth athletic development, Clint believes that general physical preparation work is the foundation for future athletic success. Many of Clint’s training philosophies were shaped by several of the best minds in the strength and conditioning industry: Buddy Morris, James Smith, Ken Mannie, Cal Dietz, Charlie Francis, Mark Watts, Dan Pfaff, and Joe DeFranco.
He has been a firefighter for the City of Columbus for over two decades, but his favorite job is trying to be the best dad in the world. Clint’s two daughters, Nikki and Katie (both college), and son Kyle (middle school), have taught him how to be a better person, husband, and coach.
Clint also played both football and baseball at Lancaster High School. He went on to continue playing football at the University of Toledo.