Craig Depperschmidt is a physical therapist practicing in Fort Collins, Colorado at ProActive Physical Therapy and Performance Center. He is also a competitive triathlete and runner, competing in events ranging from 5k running races to Ironman triathlons. In 2009 he earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. In 2012 he earned the designation Postural Restoration Certified (PRC) from the Postural Restoration Institute by demonstrating extraordinary interest and devotion to the science of postural adaptations, asymmetrical patterns and the influence of polyarticular chains of muscles on the human body as defined by the Postural Restoration Institute. Craig is constantly searching and learning about the human body to better help the patients he is fortunate to work with.

Craig is excited to be a part of Resilient Endurance Coaching. After years of battling injuries and unable to achieve his athletic goals, he decided to create a coaching company designed to keep an athlete healthy in order to achieve his or her athletic goals. Craig has a degree in Inegrative Physiology from the Unversity of Colorado at Boulder and has been a multi-sport athlete for nearly 20 years. Accomplishments range from a 16:12 5k PR to 3x Ironman finisher including 11th place overall at the 2016 Boulder Ironman and a finish at the 2016 Ironman World Championships in Kona-Kilauea, Hawaii. His experiences range from running track races to endurance mountain bike events to multi-day backpacking excursions…he has even biked across the country!

This website is dedicated to health, wellness, and performance to help you thrive. It will be used as a platform to share information gathered about health, wellness, and performance from trusted sources across the internet as well as information from the mind of Craig Depperschmidt.

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