BaseballGet to Know your Instructors | Dylan Cintula


Dylan Cintula currently serves as the Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for
the Los Angeles Angels. Dylan is responsible for implementing all off-season and in-season
strength and conditioning program design, testing and evaluation, and year-round on-site training
at the spring training complex.

Prior to serving as the Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Dylan was the
Double A strength and conditioning coach with the New York Mets in 2021.

From 2018-2020, Dylan served in multiple roles for the Los Angeles Angels as the Return to
Performance Strength and Conditioning Coordinator directly responsible for MLB and MiLB
athletes who were returning from injury and as the Double A strength and conditioning coach.
Prior to working in professional baseball, Dylan worked as a college football strength and
conditioning coach for 3 years at Eastern Michigan University and The University of Louisiana
Lafayette where 15 players went on and made it to the NFL.

Dylan has also worked as a strength and conditioning coach for baseball, basketball, tennis,
lacrosse, and volleyball at The University of Michigan and The University of Toledo.
Dylan holds a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and is certified through the NSCA as a
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), the CSCCA as a Strength and
Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), and a Level 1 Olympic Sports Performance Coach
through the United States Weightlifting Association.

Dylan played baseball for 4 years at The University of Findlay.

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