Justin Lovett was named Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Georgia in June 2012 after serving for the previous two seasons as a strength and conditioning assistant on the Denver Broncos' staff.
During Lovett's two years as an assistant under Rich Tuten, eight members of the Broncos earned Pro Bowl selections, including former Bulldog Champ Bailey, and Denver also won the 2011 AFC West title.
Lovett was an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) from 2008-09, where he worked with the Miners' soccer and track and field teams and assisted with football and softball.
From 2004-08, Lovett was the head strength and conditioning coach at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colo. He helped Grandview earn Sports Illustrated's designation of "Top Overall Athletic Program" in the state of Colorado in 2008.
Lovett was a two-sport athlete in football and baseball at the University of Findlay (NAIA) from 1995-96. A native of Beavercreek, Ohio, he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Colorado State University, and a Master's Degree in Exercise Science (Athletic Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention) from California University of Pennsylvania. He also holds current certifications from the CSCCa (Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified), NSCA (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist), NASM (Performance Enhancement Specialist & Corrective Exercise Specialist), as well as from the NASE (Specialist in Speed and Explosion). Lovett and his wife, Amy, have two sons: Tillman and Lyndon.