Vic Viloria joined Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher’s staff in January 2010 from SMU - his alma mater - where he spent the previous three seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach. Now in his fifth season at FSU, the Seminoles have made noticeable physical gains across the board with an undefeated 14-0 season in 2013 that culminated in FSU capturing the 2013 BCS National Championship as proof of what Viloria and his staff are accomplishing with the Garnet and Gold.
Coach Brandon Sanders began his athletics career by playing Offensive line for North Carolina State University from 2000-04. Coach Sanders was hired by NCSU, as a Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant coach were he performed his duties for 3 years. After completion of his master’s degree, he was hired at Florida State University in 2007. Currently in his eighth season with the Seminoles football strength staff, Coach Sanders is the first assistant under Coach Viloria. Sanders is also a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Louis Dobosenski began his career in strength and conditioning in 2005. He previously worked at velocity sports, completed and internship at LSU, and was an assistant strength coach at SMU. In 2011 he joined the Seminole Staff as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football.
Brice Lockart graduated with his bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from UWF in 2008 and moved to Tallahassee to pursue his dream job of becoming a strength coach for Florida State University. Lockart started volunteering for Coach Vic and his strength staff in October of 2010 and was hired on full time in June of 2011.