Brad Arnett has been working professionally with athletes of all ages to meet their goals for more than 20 years. He was a four year letter winner for the football team at the University of Wisconsin -Whitewater, two of which as a starter, earned all-conference and All-American honors his senior season, and was inducted into UW-Whitewater Athletic Hall of Fame the Fall of 2013. In late 1993 Brad began his career as a strength and conditioning coach for University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. After completing his degree in Corporate and Community Health in 1995 at Whitewater and his Master’s degree in Kinesiology in 1996 at the University of Minnesota, Brad remained with the University and worked for 6 years as the Director of the Olympic sport strength and conditioning program. Brad is CSCS certified and a USAW club coach.
In 2000, Brad joined the University of Arizona and served as Assistant Athletic Director of strength and conditioning, working specifically with the men’s football and basketball teams as well as overseeing all aspects in regards to the training of Arizona’s 17 other athletic programs. He opened NX Level Sports Performance May of 2005 through the present. Brad has trained athletes from every professional organization including: NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, LPGA, UFC, Arena football, Olympic medalist’s (8 athletes that have medaled individually, several others on Olympic and World teams) as well as professional tri-athletes.