Isaac Salazar
Isaac Salazar
Phone: (657) 278-4912
Email: issalazar@fullerton.edu
Position: Director of Strength and Conditioning

Director of strength and conditioning Isaac Salazar returned to Cal State Fullerton in February of 2012.

Salazar earned his masters degree in kinesiology (performance enhancement emphasis) at Cal State Fullerton in 2009, and served as the graduate assistant coach for the Titans from 2007-09.

Prior to joining the Titans in 2012, Salazar served as a performance enhancement specialist for major and minor league baseball players at the Boras Sports Training Institute in Newport Beach, Calif.

Salazar designed year-round in-season and preseason strength and conditioning programs, provided education on lifting techniques as well as sports nutrition.

From October 2009-June 2011, Salazar served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at UC Irvine working with men’s soccer, men’s tennis, men’s golf, women’s water polo, and track and field as his programs combined for six Big West championships during his tenure.

Prior to his stint with the Anteaters, Salazar was the head strength and conditioning coach for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, the minor league Class A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He directly oversaw and implemented movement assessments, scheduled lifts, speed and agility programs and injury prevention.

From 2006-07, Salazar was a physical therapy aid at Restor Sports Physical Therapy in Fountain Valley, Calif., overseeing rehabilitative exercise programs and implementing therapeutic modalities for the outpatient physical therapy clinic.

Salazar earned his bachelors degree in exercise and sports science at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, Calif., where he served as strength and conditioning coach from 2005-07 for the baseball program.

He was the school's kinesiology student of the year in 2005-06, and played baseball from 2002-06.

Salazar is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), and also holds a United States Olympic Weight Lifting certification (USAW). The Newport Beach, Calif., resident has been a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2007, and holds a Poliquin International certification program level 1. Salazar is also a National Academy of Sports medicine performance enhancement specialist.

 

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Fri Apr 28
All Day
at Steve Scott Invite (Irvine, Calif.)
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Fri Apr 28
Final
3
CSUN
4
vs. Cal State Fullerton
@ Indian Wells Tennis Garden | Indian Wells, Calif.
Big West Championship | Quarterfinal
0
Fri Apr 28
Final
3
UC Irvine
5
at Cal State Fullerton
-3
Sat Apr 29
All Day
at Steve Scott Invite (Irvine, Calif.)
-3
Sat Apr 29
All Day
at Fresno State Invitational (Fresno, Calif.)
-2
Sat Apr 29
9:00 AM
Cal State Fullerton
vs. Hawai'i
@ Indian Wells Tennis Garden | Indian Wells, Calif.
Big West Championship | Semifinal
-2
Sat Apr 29
1:00 PM
Cal State Fullerton
at Long Beach State
-2
Sat Apr 29
3:00 PM
Cal State Fullerton
at Long Beach State
-2
Sat Apr 29
7:00 PM
UC Irvine
at Cal State Fullerton
TV: ESPNU
-2
Sun Apr 30
TBA
Cal State Fullerton
at Big West Championship
Indian Wells Calif. | Indian Wells Tennis Garden
-2
Sun Apr 30
1:00 PM
UC Irvine
at Cal State Fullerton
-2
Sun Apr 30
3:00 PM
Cal State Fullerton
at Long Beach State
TV: ESPNU
-3
Mon May 01
All Day
vs. Big West Championships
@ Santa Barbara, Calif.
Sandpiper Golf Club
-3
Tue May 02
All Day
vs. Big West Championships
@ Santa Barbara, Calif.
Sandpiper Golf Club
-3
Wed May 03
All Day
vs. Big West Championships
@ Santa Barbara, Calif.
Sandpiper Golf Club
-3
Fri May 05
All Day
Big West Combined Events Championships (Titan Track Complex)
Big West Conference Championships
-2
Fri May 05
6:00 PM
CSUN
at Cal State Fullerton
-2
Fri May 05
9:35 PM
Cal State Fullerton
at Hawai'i
No Event
No Event
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