B.S.F. Staff

Joseph Aichele

Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Education/Certification 

  • Bachelor, Communications, Lake Erie College, 2012
  • USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, 2013
  • Master of Education, Lake Erie College, 2019

Experience and Interests

 Joe has over 10 years of experience as a Football Strength and Conditioning Coach both at High School and College levels. With stops including Lake Erie College, Youngstown State University and most recently Ohio Wesleyan University. Joe is a former Division 2 football player at the Lake Erie College and has a special interest in high school and college athletes, particularly football and baseball. Joe practices at Bo Jackson Elite Sports Facility in Hillard location and is certified in Olympic Weightlifting and specializes in speed development for field and court sport athletes. 

Jake Malik CSCS, CPT

Athletic Conditioning Specialist

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, Minor in Nutrition. Otterbein University 2020
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength, and Conditioning Association
  • Certified Personal Trainer, American College of Sports Medicine

Experience and Interests

Jake is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with experience working with all levels of athletes. He has worked as a strength coach in a team setting (Olentangy Liberty High School), and in a private sector gym setting as well. He also served as a strength and conditioning intern for the Columbus Blue Jackets.

As a former collegiate lacrosse player at Otterbein University, he has a special interest in high school and college athletes, particularly Lacrosse and Hockey.

Jake serves as part of the Sports Performance team, specifically working at the Bo Jackson Elite Sports in Hilliard. He is passionate about injury prevention, enhancing sports performance, and educating young athletes on proper lifting technique.

Tyler Olds CSCS

Education

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Master of Science, Kinesiology – The Ohio State University, 2015
  • Bachelor of Science in Education, Sport Management  The Ohio State University, 2014

Experience and Interests

Tyler is a two-time graduate from The Ohio State University where he spent four seasons working for the university’s football program from 2012-2015.  After finishing his schooling, Tyler worked with multiple NFL teams including the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants in their respective Scouting departments and most recently with the Jacksonville Jaguars during the 2021 season with the Strength & Sport Performance staff.  He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist as well as an Elite, world-record holding powerlifter.

Tyler works at the Bo Jackson Elite Sports facility as a Sport Performance Coach for the athletes there.  Tyler’s experiences and education has allowed him to work alongside both high-level collegiate and professional athletes and adds a unique perspective to the Sport Performance staff and the ability to work with a wide range of clients.  He has a passion for strength coaching, teaching proper mechanics, and developing athletes in the weight room through the utilization of strength and speed protocols.

Ted Cox M.S. CSCS

Athletic Conditioning Specialist

Education
  • Bachelor of Arts, Capital University 2013
  • Masters of Science, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions 2017
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
Experience and Interests
 
Ted is an Athletic Conditioning Specialist here at OSU Sports Medicine since 2013. In that time, he coached in the Olentangy School District form 2013-2021 serving a wide range of sports. Currently he is a Performance Coach at the Bo Jackson Facility Working with a wide range of athletes of different ages and sports. Along with that he is currently working on developing virtual coaching here at OSU Sports Med.
In college Ted played defensive back and pole vaulted for the track team at Capital University. After college Ted competed in a few powerlifting meets after college but is now shifting interests towards getting athletes to perform better with a focus on injury prevention.