Adam has worked in the sports industry for the past decade, sport as never a serious contributor to his daily life until the military.
During Adams time in the military he competed in many sports: CrossFit, rowing, mountain biking, skydiving and track & field. Within this time, he got injured that set the path to become a driven passion to go in to higher education a pursue a career in sports performance.
Since leaving the military Adam gained his BSc in Strength and Conditioning, specifically physiology, biomechanics and coaching, also, FdSc in Sports, coaching and health & fitness where he developed a great understanding of Sports Psychology and coaching styles to get the best out of each individual. Furthermore, he has returned to postgraduate studied looking to achieve his MSc sports rehabilitation qualification.
During his Undergraduate at Marjon's University, Adam became part of the Laboratory/Coaching Assistant team, he gained in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of sports science across all areas, including physiology, psychology, and biomechanics. He consisted of supporting head lecturers in conducting physiological and biomechanical tests for sports performance across all settings; more specifically, through developing and delivering strength & conditioning programs to Plymouth raiders (professional basketball team).
With over 12 years coaching experience, His extensive experience has taken him to The united states working in the sports performance department in Portland university. Coaching strength and conditioning programs to professional athletes across multiple discipline male and female sports (basketball, running, volleyball, football and American football).
Furthermore, within his time in the states he also coached in a CrossFit gym immersing himself in the community and methodology that is CrossFit. Adam has been head coach in numerous CrossFit gyms in the UK and has over 11 years in the sport and 7 years coaching experience. He has a set methodology that works and gets results.