Rob Livingstone was named strength and conditioning coach at Williams College in June of 2011. He has had a long history of working with Major League Baseball players, Olympic, and NCAA Division I athletes.
Livingstone began his strength and conditioning career as a coordinator at Jacksonville [AL] State University (I-AA), where he served from 1999-2002. He was then promoted to the director of strength and conditioning at Jacksonville State and served during the 2002-03 academic year before joining the staff at the University of Georgia (I-A).
In 2002 Livingstone designed and implemented a safe and effective strength and conditioning program for the Clearwater Phillies, a minor league team in the Philadelphia Phillies organization. Livingstone traveled with the team for away games and coordinated off-site workouts, reporting team progress weekly to the Philadelphia Phillies' Director of Minor League Strength and Conditioning
From 2003-05 Livingstone was the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Georgia for baseball, men's basketball, track & field and swimming and diving.
At Georgia Livingstone designed and implemented a safe and effective strength and conditioning program, developed and supervised an internship program for the Strength and Conditioning Department and assisted in the design of the new 18,000 square foot Olympic Strength and Conditioning facility.
From 2004-10 Livingstone worked as a contracted human
performance specialist creating and implementing safe and effective
worlkouts for Major League baseball players and Olympic athletes.