Strength & Conditioning
Jeff Reinardy enters his 11th year as the strength and conditioning coordinator at Winona State University in the fall of 2016.
Reinardy has prepared the Warriors’ athletic teams for upcoming seasons with the Warriors benefiting from his preparation with championship results including: the 2006 and 2008 NCAA Division II National Champions in men’s basketball, four men’s basketball Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Championships, five NSIC Championships in football, five NSIC Championships in women’s soccer, three NSIC Championships in softball, five NSIC Championships in women’s tennis, two NSIC Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships, one NSIC Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Championship, and numerous individual national champions and All-Americans.
Before being named the strength and conditioning coordinator at Winona State, Reinardy was the head strength and conditioning coach for Olympic sports at Iowa State University from 1998 to 2000. At Iowa State, Reinardy helped the Cyclones win both the Big 12 Men’s Basketball Regular Season Championship and Big 12 Tournament Championship in 2000. That same season the Cyclones made it to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Reinardy helped the women’s basketball team at Iowa State win a share of the 2000 Big 12 Championship and win the 2000 Big 12 Tournament Championship. In 1999 the Cyclones made it to the Elite Eight and in 2000 they made it to the Sweet 16.
Reinardy was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Memphis from 1995 to 1998. He was also an assistant at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado.
Reinardy is certified in sports performance through USA Weightlifting.
Reinardy won four Minnesota state American Drug Free Powerlifting Association Championships and he held the ADFPA American record for squatting 555 pounds in the 148 pound weight class.
In 1993 and 1994 Reinardy was an assistant football coach at Winona State where he helped the Warriors win back-to-back NSIC Championships.
Reinardy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1994 from Winona State University in Exercise Science. In 1995 Reinardy graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse with a Master of Science in Human Performance.
Along with being the strength and conditioning coordinator, Reinardy is the director of the fitness center at Winona State.
Reinardy lives in Winona with his wife Mindy and their children Rhiannon, Cole, and Dane.
Head Athletic Trainer
Education: B.S. Iowa State 1991, M.A. Tusculum, TN 1994.
Previous training assignments: United States Olympic men's gymnastics 1996; Head athletic trainer women's wrestling team France Tour 1997; Men's and women's gymnastics and figure skating Goodwill games New York 1998; Women's soccer Pan American Games, Winnipeg, Canada 1999; Men's and women's track Paralympic Games Sydney, Australia 2000.