About Us

At PreGame Fitness we take a unique and scientific approach to training in order to gain the speed, strength, and flexibility needed to build confidence, reach optimal performance, and achieve goals. Speed, Agility, and Performance Training is our focus, however we do offer Personal Training services, including One on One and Group Training, to meet your fitness needs. You don't have to be an athlete to train or look like one!

Josh Lewis, montana, Pittsburg,

COACHES PROFILE

Josh Lewis: NESTA Certified Speed Agility Quickness Specialist (SAQ), Owner of Pregame Fitness

Education: Montana State University, BS Sociology

 

Experience: D1 Football Montana State, Professional Football (IFL) Billings Outlaws, 10 years Athletic Training

 

Awards: MSU Football Player of the Week, MSU Most Courageous in the Face of Adversity, All State Team California (JC), Most Valuable Player (JC)

 
 

As an athlete, I played high school football for Pittsburg High School in Pittsburg, CA.  I didn’t know the values of training, therefore I graduated from high school at 143 lbs. and I didn’t have any offers to play at a four year college. My options then were to get serious about training, find a junior college, set goals to work hard, and earn a full ride scholarship. The junior college I chose to attend was Los Medanos College in my home town of Pittsburg. It was there that I spent a lot of hours in the gym and found a true passion for training and preparing for an upcoming season. During the two years at my JC I had put on 17 lbs. of lean muscle and increased my speed. This led me to receive the team MVP and All State JUCO for kick/punt return specialist awards. By the time my two years were up at Los Medanos College, I had reached my goal and earned a full ride scholarship to Montana State University. Before the upcoming season at MSU, while still in California, fate landed me at PEPA Sports, a professional training facility in Oakland CA. This gym opened Pandora’s Box for me and I apply many of the same principals in what I teach. I knew from then on that I wanted to be a sports performance trainer. During my first year at MSU I was a starting wide receiver, kick returner and punt returner. By the time my final year of collegiate football came around I weighed 175 lbs., ran a 4.40 40 yd. dash and had a 34 in. vertical jump, finishing 6th all-time in receiving yards at MSU while earning a BS in Sociology. After college I was signed from an open tryout and had a short stint with the Billings Outlaws, a professional arena football team of the Indoor Football League (IFL). I have been coached and trained by some of the best in the industry and through the years I've had the pleasure of working with and alongside several NFL, CFL, NCAA, and Junior College athletes, as well as many high school athletes.