Tyler Peacock begins his eighth season working as the primary strength and conditioning coach for the nationally-ranked Florida State track & field and cross country programs.
He joined the strength and conditioning staff in January 2003 as a student volunteer and was promoted to student assistant, where he worked with track & field, swimming & diving and football. In August 2005, after being selected as a graduate assistant, he was promoted to a full-time position, overseeing the development of the cross country and track & field programs.
As a full time member of the FSU staff, Peacock worked with the 2006 and 2008 NCAA Outdoor National Championship men's track & field teams. His tenure has coincided with the program's finest seasons and some of the most decorated student-athletes in Seminole history. With Peacock's assistance, Florida State men and women have combined for 32 individual or relay national championships, while producing 147 All-America honorees. In addition, 13 Seminoles represented their respective countries in the 2008 Olympic Games.
Peacock attended Florida State University and graduated with a degree in exercise science with an emphasis in fitness. During his undergraduate year he competed in Olympic Style weightlifting through Team Florida.
He is a USA weightlifting certified club level coach as well as being certified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA.