BSMPG is proud to announce SAM COAD as a speaker at the 2015 BSMPG Summer Seminar - May 15-16th, 2015. Last year was a sell out and the only difference this year will be us announcing a sell out well in advance! This will be one of the greatest performance and therapy seminars of all time!
Be sure to save the date and reserve your hotel room well in advance.
See you in Boston in May!!!
University of Michigan Football
Former Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sport Scientist with the Brisbane Lions Australian Rules Football Club
Topic: Elite athlete monitoring systems - methods and techniques for assessing recovery in athletes.
Mr. Sam Coad BSpSc(Hons), CSCS, recently moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan from Brisbane, Australia, where he previously served as strength and conditioning coach and sport scientist with the Brisbane Lions Australian Rules Football Club. Prior to working with the Brisbane AFL club, he completed strength and conditioning and sports science internships with two professional Australian rugby teams, the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League and Queensland Reds Rugby Union.
Coad has previously worked teaching fellow in the sports and exercise science program at Bond University, having previously receiving his bachelor of sport sciences degree from the same university, graduating with honors in 2012 after earning Dean's Awards in 2011 and 2012. He is a PhD candidate at Bond, researching the neuroimmunological, physiological and biochemical responses of elite contact sports athletes to training and competition.
Currently, Coad works with the University of Michigan Football department were he is responsible for assessing and enhancing student-athlete readiness, performance and recovery as part of the comprehensive sports performance program. As a integrated strength and conditioning coach and sports scientists he trains athletes and interprets data obtained from football student-athletes during workouts, practices and games to provide training recommendations to strength and conditioning, and football coaches.