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About

Matthew S. Ibrahim is an experienced Strength & Conditioning Coach, leader, and educator with a demonstrated history and proven track record since 2007. Over the course of his career, he has held several positions in the field, most notably as training facility Co-Owner, Director of Strength & Conditioning, and Internship Coordinator. Currently, he serves as Clinical Coordinator and Instructor of Exercise Science within the School of Sport Science at Endicott College, in addition to volunteering as a Strength & Conditioning Coach within the Athletics & Recreation Department with their NCAA Division III student-athletes. Matthew also serves as Adjunct Professor of Exercise Science at Maryville University.
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A firm believer in education, Matthew holds a B.S. in Exercise & Health Sciences from UMass Boston and M.S. in Sport Performance from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMU). In addition, he is currently dual-enrolled as a Ph.D. Candidate in Human & Sport Performance at RMU in the dissertation phase and as a M.S. student in Sport Leadership at Endicott College. Matthew is also the founder of Athletic Performance University (APU), an 8-week online mentorship course helping Strength & Conditioning Coaches and Exercise Science students improve in career cornerstone skills: coaching, creating, and communicating.
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Throughout his career, Matthew has been an invited public speaker nationally in over 25 U.S. states, highlighted by presentations at the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), Perform Better, EXOS inside Google Headquarters, Sports Academy (formerly Mamba Sports Academy), UFC Performance Institute, Duke University, Stanford University, Equinox, High Performance Basketball Symposium, International Youth Conditioning Association, Parisi Speed School, and canfitpro, in addition to several international presentations throughout Europe.
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Overall, Matthew’s professional work is featured in ANCORE, Exxentric, Future, Hawkin Dynamics, HoopStudy, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Journal, Mike Boyle’s StrengthCoach.com, NSCA Personal Training Quarterly (PTQ), Science for Sport, T-Nation, TeamBuildr, TrainHeroic, and TrueCoach. As an author, his first book through Human Kinetics on training for athletic performance will be published in 2025.
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