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Chaz Mahle
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

BIOGRAPHY

Entering his 8th season, Chaz Mahle is responsible for managing player workout programs during the offseason strength and conditioning program and throughout the season. In 2017 Mahle helped the Vikings win the NFC North for the second time in three years, and host the clubs first home playoff game in U.S. Bank Stadium.

In between stints interning with the Vikings, Mahle worked closely with the Stanford football program that capped the season with a Rose Bowl victory in 2012.

Entering his 8th season, Chaz Mahle is responsible for managing player workout programs during the offseason strength and conditioning program and throughout the season. In 2017 Mahle helped the Vikings win the NFC North for the second time in three years, and host the clubs first home playoff game in U.S. Bank Stadium.

In between stints interning with the Vikings, Mahle worked closely with the Stanford football program that capped the season with a Rose Bowl victory in 2012.

Mahle had his 1st stint with the Vikings during the 2010-11 seasons following a graduate assistantship at Bowling Green. As a part-time assistant with the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2006-07, Mahle received his 1st NFL experience. Mahle worked with the 2007 club that earned a Wild Card playoff berth following an 11-5 record in the regular season.

As a member of the St. Cloud State football team from 2001-04, Mahle helped the Huskies win the North Central Conference in 2002 and earn a spot in the Division II playoffs in 2004. He graduated in 2005 with a degree in Physical Education. Mahle attended Blaine High School in the suburban Twin Cities and resides in Ham Lake with his wife, Ashley.