David Trevino is entering his fifth year as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at North Texas and works in conjunction with multiple sports.
He is the first assistant for the North Texas Football Performance Program and also serves as the strength and conditioning coach for both the softball and soccer teams.
Trevino also serves roles as the strength and conditioning department's internship coordinator and a North Texas kinesiology adjunct instructor. His experience and oversight has proven influential in strengthening the department's internship program and his crossover into academia was significant in developing close relationships with the University's psychology department. In doing so, great collaboration between departments has developed and resulted in the institution of the Performance Psychology Program.
During the 2011-2012 seasons, Trevino designed and implemented strength and conditioning programs for the men's and women's track and field team, men's and women's cross country team and the swimming and diving team.
Before joining the North Texas strength and conditioning staff in May of 2011, Trevino spent the previous year as a seasonal strength and conditioning coach for the New York Jets (2010-2011). While with the Jets, Trevino worked hand in hand with the other three strength coaches on staff, planning and implementing all aspects of the team's year-round strength and conditioning program. Specificially, Trevino was in charge of conducting the developmental training program, as well as, tracking Bod Pod body composition testing, administering the Functional Movement Screen and managing the daily nutritional supplementation needs of the athletes.
Prior to working with the Jets, Trevino served as a graduate intern with the Mean Green from August 2009 through February 2010. While on staff, he worked with all of the Mean Green athletic teams.
Trevino completed his master's of science degree in kinesiology at Texas A&M from August 2007 through December 2009. During his stint with the Aggies, he committed a great deal of time volunteering with the strength and conditioning department and working with multiple sports including football, men's basketball, men's & women's track and field, men's & women's cross country, volleyball, soccer, softball, men's and women's golf, and men's and women's swimming and diving.
While at A&M, Coach Trevino became professionally certified through the nationally accredited Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association - SCCC (2008) and is a CSCCA approved mentor (2014).
Trevino also received experience training numerous athletes while serving as strength and conditioning intern with Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning (2008), Athletes' Performance, Los Angeles (2007), and Velocity Sports Performance (2006-2007).
Trevino graduated with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology from the University of North Texas in 2007. After completion of his degree, Trevino became certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association - CSCS (2007).
Trevino currently resides in Denton with his wife, the former Brittiny Chapman (NT Softball '2004-05) and their son Jesse Clay.