Juan Carlos Santana is the Founder and Director of IHP, his state-of-the-art training facility in Boca Raton, Florida. IHP has been recognized by several awards as one of the top training facilities in the world, and the country’s best “core-training” facility.
Pete Bommarito, MS, CSCS, USAW, is the owner and president of Bommarito Performance Systems, where he oversees a 20-person team of performance specialists, nutritionists, medical therapists, and scientific advisory board members. He is regarded as one of the top coaches in the industry thanks to his innovative, scientifically based approach to sport-specific training. Under the tutelage of Jon Torine, one of the NFL’s most recognized and successful strength and conditioning coaches, Bommarito completed an internship with the Indianapolis Colts in 1999. The next year he became director of the country’s most successful NFL Combine preparation program at the world-renowned International
Stuart Yule has been a strength and conditioning coach with elite athletes across a range of team and Olympic sports for 13 years. He is currently the Head Strength and Conditioning coach at Glasgow Warriors. This is now his 6th season with the Warriors. Previously, he was a lead Strength and conditioning coach for the Scottish Institute of sport and the English Institute of Sport. During his time at the English Institute of sport he lead the Strength and conditioning programme for the British Judo team up to the Beijing Olympics. Prior to moving to Glasgow Warriors Yule led the S&C programme for the GB and
Current Intern at Eastern Michigan University. Former Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Springfield College, and former intern at Buffalo Bills, Merrimack College, East Carolina University, IMG Academy, Fitness Quest 10. Sean will discuss a lateral movement progression to promote proper mechanics that will decrease injury and increase performance and efficiency on the field.
Coach Mac Connection: Intern at Eastern Michigan University
Designed for those strength coaches who are unable to afford the time or money to do an onsite internship. Coach McKeefery takes the same 8 lectures and assignments he gives his interns and put
Brendan has worked with a variety of athletic populations from recreational athletes through to Olympians. Currently he is the head of Strength and Conditioning for Leeds Met Carnegie as well as the conditioner for the Asylum Vale Tudo MMA Fight-Team, and has numerous private clients including champion Mixed Martial Artists, pro cyclists and motor cycle riders, tennis athletes, strongmen and many other sportsmen and women. Previous to his current roles he has worked as a strength and conditioning coach for Huddersfield Giants Rugby League, the English Institute of Sport, Durham University, British Tennis (the Lawn Tennis Association) and has worked