The Tactical Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year Award is awarded to the coach, researcher, tactical professional, educator, or administrator whose influential contributions to the field measurably result in its advancement in a way that exceeds the outcomes achieved by others.
Guy Leahy currently serves as the Health Promotion Program Coordinator at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, NM. Leahy is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is CSCS®-certified. Leahy is the author/co-author of over 40 articles/papers, including original research which has appeared in publications such as The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (JSCR), TSAC Report, Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, Medicine and Science in Sports, Exercise, Nature, Science, and Scientific American. He has presented at many conferences, most recently at the 2022 Tactical Annual Training. In addition, Leahy reviews manuscripts for several journals, including the JSCR and Military Medicine.Read the Press Release
|Current NSCA Member for 2 consecutive years|
|Current teacher, instructor, coach, researcher in tactical related field or member of law enforcement, firefighter, EMS, or military|
|Must have a minimum of 5-years of teaching, instructing, coaching, or preforming research directly related to tactical populations|
|Current CSCS or TSAC-F|
|Cover letter and Resume or CV|
Additional requirements listed in the General Awards Criteria, include but not limited to, the nominee must be nominated by a member in good standing and nominees will be sent a criteria sheet to fill out that must be returned with cover letter and CV/resume before the required deadline.
|2022 - Robin M. Orr, PhD, TSAC-F,*D|