RON SHRIFT is in his seventh NFL season – all with the Ravens – and currently serves as strength & conditioning coach. Shrift assists all sports science, speed, strength training and recovery initiatives, working closely with strength and conditioning coordinator Scott Elliott to oversee a program that helps prepare players for the rigors of each NFL season. He originally joined the Ravens after spending several years working at Power Train Sports, a sports performance and fitness training facility in Pennsylvania. Shrift attended Juniata (PA) College, where he was the captain of the football team and a strength and conditioning All-American before assisting in the strength and conditioning program. Once earning his master's degree in recreation and sport management from Florida International University, where he also served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach, Shrift interned at Penn State University and joined North Carolina A&T as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He also holds a master's degree in exercise science, performance enhancement and injury prevention from California University of Pennsylvania. A registered strength and conditioning coach and specialist, Shrift's credentials include certifications in speed and agility, as well as pre-habilitation and recovery. He and his wife, Kyra, married in 2021, and have a son, Luke.