AREAs OF SPECIALTY.
Sport Specific Speed, Strength + Conditioning
Injury Prevention + Post Rehabilitation
Body Composition Transformation
Mobility + Flexibility Development
Nutritional + Lifestyle Coaching
Passion for Peak Human Performance is what drives Jan Milano to wake up every single morning. With the combination of scientifically proven principles and proper coaching, Jan has successfully influenced many lives through a successful training program and mindset shifting. As the owner and founder of Milano Human Performance, Jan uses his business to strive upon leaving his greatest legacy in this world, his passion for human performance.
Milano Human Performance has been successful on guiding each and every client’s goal through the combination of 5 important pillars: movement training, nutrition, mindset, regeneration, and environment. With the pillars all seamlessly integrated together working in harmony, a vibrant and passionate life is achieved every single day.
Coach Jan Milano is a proud graduate of San Francisco State University under the Kinesiology program, focusing on exercise physiology (2011). He spent his college years being involved in the anatomy lab on campus and also with several research studies on biomechanics. Before graduating college, he had already spent 2 years as an in-patient and out-patient physical therapist aid, 1 year as a secondary athletic trainer, and 2 years as a collegiate speed strength and conditioning coach. Jan was fortunate to have had experience coaching some remarkable collegiate sports teams such as City College of San Francisco (Football) and Stanford University (Men's Basketball, Women's Soccer/Lacrosse, Men's Water Polo).
At a very young age, Coach Milano was able to obtain major certifications including Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Exercise Physiologist (ACSM), and Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM).
As a competitor, he competed nationally in tennis and ballroom dancing before moving to United States in 2004. He had also excelled in basketball in his younger years as he was taller than most kids growing up in the Philippines. When he stopped competing nationally and had started the college life, he gained at least 100 lbs in less than 2 years, peaking at 260 lbs. With the epiphany that his life and body is going down the wrong path while studying fitness, he made a bold move and took action of his own health. In less than a year of calculated programming, Jan Milano had lost 80 lbs and had gained an endless passion for life and fitness.
National Strength and Conditioning Association | Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
USA Weightlifting | Sports Performance Coach L1 Certified
National Academy of Sports Medicine | Corrective Exercise Specialist
American College of Sports Medicine | Certified Exercise Physiologist
American College of Sports Medicine | Certified Personal Trainer
Functional Movement Screening | Level 1
San Francisco State University | Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology - Exercise & Movement Science & Physiology of Fitness and Health Focus
The 1 Time You Should Skip Your Workout, Pop Sugar, June 2016
If You`ve Ever Had Stomach Pain on a Run, You Need to Read This, Pop Sugar, April 2016