Adam Tielinen, CSCS
I have a passion for athletics, and nothing makes me feel better than using my knowledge and enthusiasm for strength and conditioning to help athletes and anybody who wants to be better at their sport or activity.
Adam is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, a certified level 1 golf fitness instructor for Titleist, and certified for precision nutrition and functional movement screen certified. Adam specializes in training the overhead athlete, utilizing proven methods to improve the athletes’ rotator cuff health, mobility, velocity, strength and speed. Baseball and softball players ranging from middle school, high school, college and professional levels have improved their level of play through his expertise. He has also worked closely with various athletes of all different sports including Maine Premier Soccer, Maine Coast United Soccer, Maine Select Hockey, Tri-Athletes and golfers of all levels.
Adam received his BS in Kinesiology and Physical Education from the University of Maine, Orono in 2001.
Harry Knox, ATC
Performance Coach/ Athletic Trainer
I was a football player in high school and enjoyed the sport. Today, I continue to be an avid outdoorsman. I no longer compete in athletics, but I love training individual and team athletes. I am motivated for self-improvement, and I strive every day to redefine my limits. People know I’m a gym addict, and I hope my enthusiasm rubs off on others. My personal mission is to help people of all ages and backgrounds achieve high levels of fitness and performance so they can have success in sports and life
Harry Knox graduated from the University of Southern Maine in 2014 and is a Certified Athletic Trainer. Prior to his employment Harry performed an internship at the OA Performance Center.
His personal mission is to help people of all ages and backgrounds achieve high levels of fitness and performance so they can have success in sports and life.
Steve Smith, ATC
Performance Coach/Athletic Trainer
My background in athletic training with various high schools, physical therapy clinics, and premier sports teams, such as the Selects Hockey, has given me a strong handle on athletics and rehabilitation. I believe that a sound fitness routine should be anchored by injury prevention exercises and proper training technique which in turn provide a solid foundation for health and well-being.
Chris Muth, CSCS
I am excited to use my knowledge of strength and conditioning to develop the superior athlete. I have a love for athletics and nothing gets me more excited than to help others reach their full potential. Whether it be a novice or elite athlete, to someone who is looking to improve their quality of life; I am always looking forward to the challenge.
Chris Muth is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He graduated with a BS in Exercise Science from the University of Southern Maine. While at USM he helped with FMS screening and programming for various teams, such as; men’s hockey, women’s soccer, baseball, and women’s volleyball. He wrestled for six years, which gave him an understanding of the importance of injury prevention through training. He has over 600 hours of interning experience at the OA Performance Center, and at other organizations that deal with fitness and health development.
Kevin Wilson, CSCS
“My love for athletics and helping people achieve goals gets me excited to come to work every day. No matter what your goals may be, dedication, hard work and a willingness to learn are the keys to achieving them.”
Kevin Wilson is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He graduated with a BS is Exercise and Sports Science from Ursinus College with a minor in Coaching. Prior to joining the staff the OA Performance Center, Kevin worked as a Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor at the Casco Bay YMCA, working with people of all ages and ability levels. He also worked in the LL Bean Wellness Department, teaching class and programming for full time LL Bean employees. While in college, Kevin completed a 300 hour internship in a PT clinic with a focus on corrective exercise and injury rehabilitation.
Growing Up, Kevin attended Brunswick High School, competing in Soccer, Basketball and Baseball earning First Team All-Conference his junior and senior seasons. After High School, he continued his baseball career at Ursinus where he was a 4 year player and 3 year starting catcher. Kevin now acts as the Head JV and Assistant Varsity Coach at Brunswick High School, working predominately with hitters and catchers.