Cody Stahl, BS, CSCS, USA-W

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Cody has been with 365 Performance since April 2017. Cody has a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Science and is currently enrolled graduate school pursuing a Master’s of Sciences Degree in Sports Medicine: Strength & Conditioning. Cody is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is also USA Weightlifting Level 1 Certified (USAW-L1) and has a current FIRST AID/CPR/AED certification.

From 2014-2016, Cody was a Volunteer Intern with the Ithaca College strength and conditioning department. During that time, he assisted the strength and conditioning staff in setting up the weight room for training sessions, coaching during training sessions, tracking and inputting various athlete data (e.g., weekly training numbers, sleep & nutrition information). During his senior year, Cody was given the responsibility to lead the training sessions for the Varsity Softball team and Women’s Field Hockey team. He coached the lifting sessions and provided weekly education to the athletes on topics such as: nutrition, sleep habits, and recovery modalities. During his time at Ithaca, he assisted with (a minimum of 5) training sessions for all 27 Varsity athletic teams at Ithaca College. Cody has completed practicums (volunteering) with Cornell University, the Cardiac Rehabilitation Department at Geneva General, and the THOR3 program (10th Special Forces Group at Fort Carson).

Cody grew up playing basketball, soccer, golf and baseball during high school (2005-2009) in his home state of New York. Cody also played Division II Club Rugby which at Ithaca College. Prior to attending Ithaca College, Cody served four years’ active duty in the United States Marine Corps (2009-2013).



Colorado Rampage Director of Sports Performance

Jon Eng has been with 365 Performance since May 2012. Reccently has been named the Director of Sports Performance of the Colorado Rampage. He is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and the USA Weightlifting Association as a Sports Performance Coach Level 1. In 2009 he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics from Trinity Western University (Langley, British Columbia, Canada) and received his Masters of Science in Sports Medicine in the Strength and Conditioning Track from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in May 2013. While attending Trinity Western University, he was a strength and conditioning intern from 2007-2009 under head strength and conditioning coach Andrew Heming. Following Jon’s internship, he became the head strength and conditioning coach in 2010 at Columbia Bible College. During his tenure, he had the opportunity to help the men’s volleyball program to a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship in Spring of 2011. Between 2011-2012, Jon interned with the Colorado College Tigers (NCAA Division III), Colorado State Pueblo Thunderwolves (NCAA Division II) and Colorado Rampage AAA Hockey Club. In addition Jon has completed practicums at Air Force Academy and Colorado Orthopedic Center of Excellence. Over his coaching career Jon has worked in both team and individual settings with basketball, hockey, soccer, golf, softball, swimming, lacrosse, volleyball, football, track & field, figure skating and tennis. Jon has worked with hockey athletes who compete in the United States Hockey League, North American Hockey League, Western Hockey League, United States Priemer Hockey League, NCAA Division I and III, professional hockey and figure skating from pre-juvenile to senior including International &Olympic caliber skaters from the USA, France, and Switzerland.
Also he has extensive experience working as a personal trainer and kinesologist with both female and male clients ages 15 to 50 years old with Coastal Fitness (Langley/Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada). Growing up Jon was involved in hockey from the age of 6 as a goalie, coach and referee.
Jon is originally from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada and has lived in Colorado Springs/Monument area since August 2011.

 *Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCSs) are professionals who apply scientific knowledge to train athletes for the primary goal of improving athletic performance. They conduct sport-specific testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs and provide guidance regarding nutrition and injury prevention. Recognizing that their area of expertise is separate and distinct, CSCSs consult with and refer athletes to other professionals when appropriate. (Retrieved, 10/16/2012, from the NSCA’s website,