Episode 184

How Physios and S&C Coaches Can Learn From Eachother To Accelerate Thier Careers


October 9th, 2023

17 mins 12 secs

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About this Episode

In episode 184 Matthew Ibrahim, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Clinical Coordinator and Instructor of Exercise Science at Endicott College, joins us.

Specifically Matthew will be looking at:

  • What physios, physical therapists, athletic trainers and strength coaches can learn from eachother
  • How they can go about skill sharing
  • How to accelerate your career as a practitioner

About Matthew:

"Matthew Ibrahim, a Strength & Conditioning Coach since 2007, has recently shifted over into higher education in an effort to pay it forward to future coaches as they transition from academia to their professional career. Currently, he serves in multiple roles at Endicott College: Clinical Coordinator of Exercise Science and Instructor of Exercise Science, and Volunteer Strength & Conditioning Coach with their NCAA Division III men's and women's basketball student-athletes. He is also the Founder of Athletic Performance University (APU), which is an 8-Week Online Mentorship Course specifically designed to help Strength & Conditioning Coaches and Exercise Science students improve in career cornerstone skills: coaching, creating and communicating. Academically, he is a Ph.D. Candidate in Human & Sport Performance and M.S. student in Sport Leadership. As a public speaker, Matthew has presented nationally 25+ U.S. states, highlighted by his presentations at the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), Perform Better, EXOS inside Google Headquarters, Sports Academy (formerly Mamba Sports Academy) and the UFC Performance Institute. His work has been featured in Exxentric, Future, HoopStudy, Men’s Journal, NSCA Personal Training Quarterly (PTQ), Science for Sport, Mike Boyle’s StrengthCoach.com, T-Nation, TrainHeroic and TrueCoach. Lastly, Matthew is also in the midst of authoring his first book through Human Kinetics on the topic of training for athletic performance, which is set for publication in late 2023."

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