Dr. Matt Jordan, bridges the gap between science and coaching. He is a sought after presenter on return to sport after injury, training program design for elite athletes, and creating interdisciplinary high performance practitioner teams.
Dr. Matt Jordan holds a PhD in Medical Science and a Masters in Exercise Physiology with a specialization in neuromuscular physiology. Matt’s PhD research focused on return to sport neuromuscular monitoring for athletes with ACL injury. His Masters research focused on the effects of whole-body vibration on neuromuscular function. Matt has authored and co-authored several peer reviewed articles and regularly presents at scientific conferences.
More than 30 World & Olympic Medallists
Over his career, Matt was the personal strength coach to 30 World and Olympic medalists, and has worked with elite athletes in many sports including speed skating, cross country skiing, alpine skiing, snowboarding, biathlon, hockey, football, volleyball and mixed martial arts. Matt has also helped many developing athletes and members of the general public with their health, fitness and performance goals.
Specializing in Athlete Monitoring & Knowledge Transfer
One of Matt’s passions is providing mentorship and educational opportunities for applied sport practitioners and transferring his training methods/research to professional sports organizations to optimize athlete performance. Matt also provides online internship opportunities for developing strength coaches and regularly travels across North America and Europe to lecture on strength and power training for elite athletes.