The permanent Weight Room plaque at the Pepsi Center being unveiled.
The Denver Nuggets organization recently named their weight room, The Steve Hess Weight Room following his 21-year influential service as head strength and conditioning coach for the franchise. Hess is especially well-known in the Greenwood Village area for his role before the Nuggets as the director of personal training of Greenwood Athletic Club, in which he was responsible for the entire fitness regimen for the personal training department and a staff of 25 personal trainers.
Hess and his family celebrate the reveal of The Steve Hess Weight Room plaque to permanently be installed at The Pepsi Center.
On March 15, Steve Hess was recognized as one of the 50 most influential people in Denver Nuggets’ 50-year history. This halftime ceremony commemorated the important role he played as one of the most respected and admired coaches for the franchise over his 21-year career with the team. After receiving a custom 50th Anniversary crystal basketball, Hess and his family were directed to center court for one more surprise: the Nuggets’ weight room at the Pepsi Center was permanently renamed, The Steve Hess Weight Room.
Following his 21-year tenure with The Nuggets, Panorama Orthopedic & Spine Center brought on Hess as the chief performance officer for Panorama Orthopedic and Spine and The Institute in September 2017. In Hess’s current role, he is developing a world-class facility to match Panorama’s world-class orthopedic care. His vision is truly focused on the individual, with various programs and training offerings for adults and kids enhanced by biometric and physiological assessment tools and tests that Hess brought into The Institute as part of that vision. Hess, along with the people who surround him, are already making an impact on the exercise industry.
Steve Hess is greeted by the Denver Nugget mascot Rocky.
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