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Jun Jeong
Jun  Jeong

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Jun Jeong joined the Virginia staff in 2015 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He works with the Cavalier men’s golf, women’s cross country and men’s and women’s swimming and diving program. He designs annual training programs for those sports and coaches proper conditioning and strength training techniques.

Before accepting a full-time position at UVA, Jeong worked during the 2014-15 academic year as a graduate assistant coach at Virginia. That same year he served as a volunteer strength coach for the University’s men’s rowing club sport program.

Jeong served as an intern strength coach for USRowing from 2013 to 2014, working at its men’s junior national team development camp. He designed and implemented strength and conditioning programs and coordinated seminars on nutrition, functional movement and corrective exercise.

Jeong graduated from Binghamton with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in health and wellness in 2014. He worked as both a strength and conditioning and sports marketing intern as an undergraduate. He served as the president of the Binghamton rowing team and rowed there for four years.

Jeong is currently completing his masters of education in kinesiology from Virginia.


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