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Eric Krasich

Title:Asst Professorial Lecturer
Office:Driehaus Center
Department:Exercise Science


Eric Krasich was born and raised in Oak Lawn, Illinois, and is currently an assistant professorial lecturer at Saint Xavier University. Krasich holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Benedictine University and a Master of Science in Applied Sport and Exercise Sciences with a Specialism in Strength and Conditioning from the University of East London. He also is a certified strength and conditioning coach and works with high school and college athletes.


M.Sc. in Applied Sports and Exercise Sciences

University of East London

B.A. in Physical Education

Benedictine University

Areas of Specialization

  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Velocity-Based Training
    • Dissertation: "Best Method of Determining 1RM using a Linear Position Transducer for Upper and Lower Body Exercises"


  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Professional Educators License, K-12 Physical Education

Courses Taught

  • EXSC 130: Introduction to Exercise Science
  • EXSC 210: Motor Behavior
  • EXSC 319: Kinesiology
  • EXSC 327: Measurement and Evaluation
  • EXSC 366: Strength and Conditioning Theory
  • EXSC 380: Internship
  • EXSCL 275: Exercise Physiology for Sport Lab
  • PE 112: Health and Fitness
  • PE 116: Contemporary Topics in Health and PE
  • PE 117: Principles and Problems of Coaching
  • PE 118: Theory/Teaching of Coaching
  • PE 124: Health and Nutrition Throughout the Lifespan
  • SAFA 381: Internship
  • TS 100: Transitions