Kim King, the head strength and conditioning coach for Olympic sports, is in her 15th season working with the PITT athletic department. In addition to working with volleyball, King serves as the strength coach for the women's basketball and wrestling teams and oversees the work done with all of the Panthers' Olympic sports.
King boasts a wealth of experience, having been in the strength and conditioning profession from over 20 years. A prominent body builder on the professional level, King has earned top finishes in numerous competitions, including a first-place finish in the National Physique Committee (NPC) Championships, the nation's most prestigious contest. In 1994, King was name the Pittsburgh Athlete of the Year.
Additionally, King is the chairman and chief administrator of strength, health and rehabilitation for the NPC and is a member of the board of governors for the International Federation of Body Builders.
King and her husband Jeff have one daughter Kelly.
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