Alejandro Muñoz López has a Sports Science Degree and is a Ph.D. student in training load quantification. He has a MsC in team sports, football fitness development, and physical sports performance, and more than 8 years and international elite experience is a football fitness coach and personal trainer.
As an Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning, Mann is responsible for assisting with the player development program for football and baseball as well as being responsible for Missouri’s women’s soccer teams. In addition to these team duties, he is also the Director of Research & Development, as well as being the Coordinator for On-Campus Academic Relations.
Briana Boehmer has worked extensively both academically and corporately in the health and wellness field for over 12 years, mostly in an entrepreneurial environment managing and directing. She currently leads team sports development at TrainingPeaks, a developer of software for coaches and athletes to track, analyze and plan endurance training.
Coach Valle has coached Track and Field at every level, from high school to the Olympic level in the sprints and hurdles.
Originally from Scotland, Chris Gallagher is a Strength and Conditioning coach working at the Hong Kong Institute of Sport. Chris is the lead S&C coach working with Rowing, Rugby 7s and Athletics including working with athletes who have competed at Olympic and World Championship level.
Carmen Bott is a strength and conditioning coach in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She sees athletes privately and also works as a Performance Consultant for Wrestling Canada. Carmen is also on Faculty at Langara College in the Kinesiology Department.
Chris has been coaching track for 22 years in Illinois. he has coached high school football and track at Hinsdale Central, Downers Grove North and York high schools, producing 59 all-state track athletes, three individual state champions, two team state champions, three 2nd place team finishes, and two 3rd place finishes. His sprint relays at York High School have run some of the fastest times in the history of the state of Illinois.
Craig Pickering is a former professional sportsperson. During his athletics career, Craig competed at the 2008 Olympic Games in both the 100 m and 4 x 100 m relay. He also won medals at the World Championships, European u-23 and u-20, and World u-18 level. In 2012, Craig switched sports to bobsleigh, and in 2014, he was selected to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Unfortunately, he suffered a career-ending injury at the pre-Olympic training camp, and subsequently, retired.
Brisbane Broncos Rugby league team strength and power training coach since 1995 with title winners in 1997, 1998, 2000, and 2006. Former champion powerlifter and powerlifting coach. Strength and Conditioning Coach to elite national and international level athletes in rugby, powerlifting, diving, soccer, track & field, netball, mixed martial arts. Level 3 Strength and Conditioning […]