Gus Felder joined the Panthers as assistant strength & conditioning coach in the spring of 2020.
Gus Felder was hired as assistant strength & conditioning coach in the spring of 2020.
Felder came to the Panthers from Bethlehem Christian Academy where he was athletic director and football coach. Previously, he was at Georgia Tech where he was a player development coach for one season in 2019.
He has over a decade of experience in strength & conditioning, including three years as the director of strength & conditioning at the University of Miami (Fla.) from 2016-18. Prior to that, he was an assistant director at Georgia (2014-15) and a graduate assistant strength coach at Penn State (2010-12).
He also spent time at Clark Atlanta University (2012-14) and Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (2005-07), where he led both schools' strength & conditioning programs.
Felder played football at Penn State (1998-2002), earning All-Big Ten honors as an offensive lineman. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns in 2003.
He earned both his bachelor's degree (kinesiology - 2001) and master's degree (educational leadership - 2012) from Penn State.
2005-07 | Cheyney University of Pennsylvania | Director of Strength & Conditioning
2010-12 | Penn State University | Graduate Assistant Strength Coach
2012-14 | Clark Atlanta University | Director of Strength & Conditioning
2014-15 | University of Georgia | Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning
2016-18 | University of Miami (Fla.) | Director of Strength & Conditioning
2019 | Georgia Tech University | Player Development Coach
2019 | Bethlehem Christian Academy | Athletic Director, Head Football Coach
2020-pres | Carolina Panthers | Strength and Conditioning Assistant
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