STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH – ANTHONY CLAH

Anthony Clah, an assistant strength and conditioning coach, assists the men’s track team. He designs and implements strength and conditioning programs for softball, men and women’s tennis, men and women’s golf, men and women’s swimming and diving. He was responsible for many of these same teams as graduate assistant before being hired full-time.

Clah taught and coached at Shiprock High School in his native Shiprock, N.M., for three years prior to becoming a graduate assistant at BYU. He received a bachelor’s of science degree in teaching physical education K-12 and coaching from BYU in 2002 and just completed a master’s degree in exercise science with an emphasis in strength and conditioning.

Clah and his wife Alohi have four children; Kaleo, Kai, Nalani, and Jurni. While at BYU he was a member of the Polynesian Club and the Tribe of Many Feathers. Clah was a wide receiver (1994-99) and his brother Nathan (1993-98) was a defensive back for BYU.

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