Jason Halliburton is Hutto's inaugural Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. Coach Halliburton is entering his fourth year with Hutto ISD and is in his tenth year as a strength coach bringing a wealth of experience and success which the Hippo Nation will benefit from.
Prior to arriving at Hutto, Coach Halliburton had coaching stints at the collegiate and high school level. As a Graduate Assistant Strength Coach for Dan Eason at Stephen F Austin State and under Master Strength Coach Rod Cole at Tarleton State, Coach Halliburton designed and implemented strength programs for Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track, Men’s Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Football. At the high school level Coach Halliburton has been a strength coach along with coaching football, track and powerlifting in Texas and California.
Some of Coach Halliburton’s accolades consist of:
· Made 3 consecutive football playoffs appearance at Yucaipa HS, California; 2007, 2008, 2009
o Developed 3 All-Conference Safeties
· Revitalized a Track program from league’s worst to league’s best
o Lead the Thunderbird Sprinters to three consecutive CIF regional appearances ending a 14 season
drought for the Sprint program.
o Set multiple school records in the 100m, 200m, 400m relay along with All-Conference Honors.
· Developed a speed and strength program that earned Halliburton a spot on the 2008 U.S. Men’s
Coach Halliburton is a graduate of West Liberty State (WV) with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice in 2001, earned his teaching credential from Stephen F Austin in 2005 and earned his Master’s in Kinesiology from Tarleton State in 2012.
Coach Halliburton is recognized through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Registered Strength Conditioning Coach (RSCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach (USAW) and a Level 1 USA Track & Field Coach.
Coach Halliburton is engaged to Tina Stefek of Taylor, TX.