PFR | Performance

Personal Fitness & Rehabilitation’s (PFR) Approach to Fitness

Our Coaches

Eric Hammer - PFR Performance

Eric Hammer NSCA-CSCS, USAW, FMS-1,

Eric earned his Master of Science, Exercise Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha where he is a native. Eric spent 13 years as a collegiate sports and performance coach, at the University of Nebraska Omaha and the University of Louisville, and has spent more than three years in private sector sports performance/adult training/professional athletes. He loves to impact individuals and teams not only with their physical goals and aspirations, but also with their mentality and direct approach to their goals.

griffin uhl

Griffin Uhl CSCS, First Aid CPR

Griffin Uhl earned his Bachelor of Science, Health and Human Performance, Exercise Science from the University of Louisville. He was a sports performance intern at Bellarmine University as sports performance intern at The Citadel, and lastly, Griffin was a sports performance volunteer assistant at Bellarmine University.

A native of Henryville, Indiana, at the age of 13, Griffin developed an interest in strength and conditioning because of football. Shortly after, his interest in strength and conditioning overcame his interest in football, and he decided that it was what he wanted to do with his life after college. Griffin played football for four years at U of L.

Griffin also completed his first internship at Bellarmine University. Post-graduation, he took a summer internship at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, to continue his education and improve his resumé. When he came back, he immediately took the CSCS test and became certified. Griffin went back to Bellarmine to continue coaching, whether it was paid or not, and he learned about Baptist Health Performance Training. It looked like a great fit for him, so I decided to join the team. It has been a great experience. I look forward to coaching athletes and continuing his education daily. 


Chris Reader MS, CSCS, ISPAS-Level 2

Chris is a certified Strength Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a performance analyst through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the International Society of Performance Analytics in Sport (ISPAS). He earned his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Louisville, and earned his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Exercise Science from Bellarmine University. At the University of Louisville, Chris worked as a graduate research assistant as well as a Performance Analyst intern with Olympic Sports.