8th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
Tyler Yeaton is a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Celtics. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) as well as a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He completed his undergrad degree Health and Exercise Science from Messiah College. He completed his graduate degree Master of High Sport Performance from Australian Catholic University. He has completed many continued education courses and certifications in coaching, training and high performance in addition. Before working for the Boston Celtics as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Ty worked as a coach for a performance training company in New Hampshire working with a wide range of clients and athletes. Ty began working with the Boston Celtics by splitting his time as an Strength and Conditioning Assistant for Boston and as the Head Strength Coach for the Maine Red Claws, Boston’s G-League team. After two seasons splitting time between the two organizations, Ty was hired full-time by Boston. Ty currently is in his 5th season with Boston. Ty is responsible for year round performance strength and conditioning program design as well as daily implementation of the programing (performance, recovery and rehabilitation) with the athletes. Ty resides in southern New Hampshire with his wife Alyssa and new daughter Layla.
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Armand Lavallee is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association NSCA. He holds a bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is a Level 1 Russian Kettlebell Certified Instructor and certified to administer the Level 1 Functional Movement Screen(FMS) . He spent more than a decade in the fitness industry before joining the Celtics as a Personal Trainer working with a wide range of people and athletes of all ages and abilities. Armand began working with the Boston Celtics as an intern Strength Coach in the summer of 2008. He currently holds the position of Strength and Conditioning Coach. Armand is responsible for year round program design as well as the daily implementation of programing for the athletes. This may include programming which forms part of building the athletes capacity for strength, power, speed and agility (game demands), practices, games, rehabilitation, return to sport activities and specific recovery strategies. Coach Lavallee also works closely with a Multidisciplinary Performance Department to coordinate and structure an athlete’s return to play. Armand resides just outside of Boston with his wife Michelle.