Eager to learn more about Asheville School? Join us for an upcoming virtual tour with our Admission Team this summer!

Learn more & register today!
Skip to Main Content

Strength and Conditioning

Asheville School’s Strength and Conditioning program offers all students the opportunity to learn proper form and training techniques, and to understand how to care for their bodies now and into the future.

Our Approach

Our comprehensive programming for student athletes spans technical and tactical preparation, competitive performance techniques, and training aimed at preventing injuries. In an inclusive team environment centered on collective learning and leadership development, students also learn about the essential role nutrition and lifestyle play in recovery and performance.

Doug Harger
Director of Strength & Conditioning

[email protected]

Director of Strength and Conditioning
Doug Harger
Director of Strength & Conditioning

[email protected]

Doug Harger has dedicated his career to athlete health and performance and has been a member of the Asheville School community since 2015. He is among a select group of registered strength and conditioning coaches currently working at the high school level.

  • B.S. Michigan State University
  • M.S. Armstrong State University
  • Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach, NSCA
  • Licensed Athletic Trainer (NC #LAT-2784)
Our Facility

Our 3,600-square-foot fitness center features cardio equipment, 5 x York triple power racks with Olympic platforms, Precor selectorized strength machines, and Titan pro sleds. Adjoining the athletic training room, an expansive view of Asheville School’s campus and athletic fields awaits.

National Strength and Conditioning
Maddy Haller

Lacrosse, 2024

Reed Casey

Football, 2024

Tucker Valliere

Swimming, 2023

Rayden Aphayvong

Football, 2022

Major Eason, Jr.

Basketball, 2019


Click to view awards