Trustrength Performance & Rehab

Dr. Zach Harmon

Dr. Zach Harmon

Owner, Physical Therapist


Zach is Doctor of Physical Therapy and strength coach. He has an enormous passion for human performance and health. Zach’s background in athletics was football, basketball, track, and martial arts. Also, he currently enjoys dabbling in local Power and Olympic lifting competitions. Zach has been published in research for the work he did in doctorate school with Regenerative Medicine and Rehabilitation. Click here to access it.

​Zach grew up in a strength and conditioning gym because his father owned and operated one. He learned early on how to successful coach and mentor athletes to achieve their goals, whether with regular people wanting to get fit or collegiate and professional athletes wanting to compete at the highest level. Zach coached and trained athletes for 7 years before wanting to go back to school and learn more about physical therapy to be able to bridge the gap between the medicine world and the fitness world.

​He specializes in helping people return to CrossFit, Olympic lifting, Powerlifting, and any strength sport. Zach has worked with a wide array of athletic backgrounds including arm wrestlers, soccer players, baseball players, and more. He also enjoys working with regular people who just want to improve their health and performance.

Zach currently blends his experience as a physical therapist, strength coach, and athlete to create a treatment approach that still allows you to train and move while going through the rehab process.

Dr. Zach Harmon Accomplishments

1st in Rocky Mountain Open USPA comp and 3rd for USAPL Rocky Mountain State Games
240.9kg/530lbs back squat
184kg/405lbs bench
268.1kg/590lbs deadlift
693.1kg/1525lbs total
93kg weight class

MSK Diagnostic Ultrasound trained

Ultrasound Guided Dry Needling

Published in Physical Therapy Journal: Opportunities for Regenerative Rehabilitation and Advanced Technologies in Physical Therapy

Have a wonderful 3 year old toddler named Maya Rose Harmon