Bryan Lewis worked as assistant director of sports performance for the University of Houston from 2012 to 2014. He worked with the Men's Basketball and Men's and Women's Golf teams as well as the sprinters for the Men's and Women's Track and Field squads.
While at Houston, he created training programs that allowed student-athletes to move more efficiently and effectively. He also designed and implemented all aspects of the conditioning, mobility, agility and strength programs for those teams.
Lewis came to Houston after spending the previous two seasons as assistant director of speed, strength and conditioning at Coastal Carolina. There, he worked primarily with the Chanticleers' men's basketball and men's golf teams while assisting with the football program.
Lewis spent two seasons at his alma mater - the University of Florida - from 2008 to 2010. He assisted with the Men's Basketball program and assumed lead duties for the men's and women's tennis and golf programs during that time.
In 2010, the Florida women's tennis team swept both the SEC regular-season and tournament titles. Lewis earned cum laude honors from Florida with a bachelor's degree in applied physiology and kinesiology in 2008. One year later, he received his master's degree from Florida in human performance.
In addition to being a certified Level II TPI Golf Fitness Instructor, he also holds a Certification in Applied Funcation Science (CAFS) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a United States Weightlifting (USAW) sports performance certified coach.