Tyler Judkins is a National Football League (NFL) assistant strength and conditioning coach who has worked with the Kansas City Chiefs since 2021.

Judkins graduated from Augsburg College in Minnesota with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2010. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Augsburg football team as a defensive back.

Judkins joined the NFL after six years on the UCLA Strength & Conditioning staff (2012-17).

In August 2014, he was elevated to assistant strength and conditioning coach under the guidance of Sal Alosi, the previous head football strength, and conditioning coordinator.

Prior to working for the Chiefs, Judkins spent three seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers as an assistant strength coach (2019-20) and strength and conditioning intern (2018).

Judkins is an NSCA – Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist – CSCS, and also earned the following certifications throughout his professional career: USAW Level 1 Olympic Weightlifting, Functional Movements System Level 1 FMS, Functional Range Conditioning FRC Mobility Specialist, Precision Nutrition Level 1 and Heartsaver First Aid, CPR, AED.

Tyler Judkins Children: Does Tyler Judkins Have Children?

Yes Tyler Judkins is said to be a father of one child by the name of Cater Judkins which he had with his beautiful wife by the name of Katie Judkins


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