Anthony Hart Trucks
Anthony Trucks, B.S., C.S.C.S. Owner, Founder, Director of Trucks Training Inc. graduated from Antioch High School in 2002 where he started his career in sports. Anthony endured a lot at a young age and made it his life’s goal to overcome obstacles that others would say he was incapable of. Even in high school he took the extra time to train on his own to achieve his highest possible physical level. Anthony’s hard work paid off and he earned a football scholarship to the University of Oregon. In his time there, he decided that whatever his future was, he wanted it to include a future in training other individuals to reach their highest level of physical goals attainable. For this reason, he decided to work towards a Bachelors of Science with focuses in Human Anatomy, Biology, and Human Physiology. During his time at Oregon, he made sure to pay close attention to the training he was doing and especially “why” he was performing the specific exercises and programs. By doing this, he was able to get better every year and perform better on the field. He started as an outside linebacker his true sophomore year and played well. His senior year he led the Pacific 10 Conference in sacks, tackles for loss, forced fumbles, fumbles recovered, and was 5th in total tackles. He was also the Co-Defensive MVP of the 2005 Pacific Life Holiday Bowl even though his team lost. He participated in the 2006 NFL Combine and was signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a free agent in March of 2006. He has played with the Washington Redskins and the Pittsburgh Steelers since. He then suffered a season-ending left shoulder injury in the first pre-season game of the 2008 NFL season. Throughout his entire college and NFL career, Anthony collected invaluable information on ways to make himself better, which he translates into making others better! When his NFL playing days came to a close, his goal was to make others better than he ever was. Anthony has been progressing towards building his career post football since he started college. He has since achieved a personal training certification from the National Council on Strength and Fitness, as well as his certification as an NSCA-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Anthony’s main goal is to lose the stereotypical label of athletes turned coaches being poor coaches. For that reason, Anthony spends countless hour LEARNING and mastering his craft so that he could harbor as much knowledge as others in the industry, while still having been blessed enough to play his sport at the highest level in the world. So Anthony’s clients can trust they are getting the same quality training as the professionals they admire. Anthony can be reached at Trucks Training at 925-756-7321 or through his website at: www.TrucksTraining.com.