Published author on ACL Injury Prevention (NSCA), NFL Strength and Conditioning (Browns, Bengals), College Athletes, College/High School/Amateur Sports Strength Coach.
I have an Exercise Physiology Degree from the University of Dayton and then spent ten years in Research and the NFL. I've worked alongside Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers all of my career, and I like to find creative ways to solve problems especially as it relates to human physiology. I personally like the intensity and focus required during strength training. From a psychological perspective, I often say I'd be better served with a Psychology Degree than Physiology, but they are most definitely linked. A tough love Dad and Husband. I'm consistent as the day is long. That would be me in two sentences.
School of Hard Knocks Business Ownership. Applied Physiology and Kinesiology to design, implement and bring to Youth Sports and Adult Populations. Vice Athletics is the culmination of almost two decades of experience and knowledge.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Biodynamics Center
Published peer reviewed journals on ACL Injury and Mechanics. Years of experience working with youth athletics, research, program design and implementation.
University of Dayton
I received my BS in Exercise Physiology from the University of Dayton in 2000. Former TE on the football team as well as scholarship winner.