Cole Peterson joined the Arkansas athletic training staff in 2014 and is currently working with the Razorback men’s track and field and cross country teams.
Prior to his arrival in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Peterson spent six years working directly with the University of Minnesota men’s and women’s track and field and cross country teams.
Peterson earned his master’s degree at the University of Minnesota and pursued his undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota Duluth. In that time period Peterson was able to work with several Big Ten championship teams, individual Big Ten champions, SEC championship squads, individual SEC champions, All-Americans, national champions and Olympians.
Through his years on the track and field circuit he has developed a niche for accelerating performance in addition to keeping athletes healthy. Peterson focuses his approach on creating collaborative models of performance working closely with coaches and strength coaches to ensure holistic philosophies to training and health care.
Some of his clinical interests include: Injury prevention, accelerated rehab, biomechanics, and performance data analysis. He is also involved in the Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association during his spare time.
Cole resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and enjoys watching the Minnesota Vikings, exploring the outdoors, exercising and playing recreational sports.