George Greene is a highly accredited and recognized High Performance Coach and Director. He graduated from Springfield College with a B.S in Applied Exercise Science and a M.S in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University. Additionally, he is currently pursuing his doctorate in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Western States. He is a certified and registered strength and conditioning coach with distinction through the NSCA, a certified specialist in sports nutrition through the ISSA, a corrective exercise specialist through NASM, and a certified sports performance coach through USAW.
George’s greatest passion is pushing athletes to reach their genetic potential and has had the opportunity to work with both male and female athletes at the highest level. He is currently a Division 1 high performance director and his experience includes work at Stony Brook University, The University of Mary Washington, The U.S Special Operations Command, The University of Massachusetts, and The University of Iowa. In his career, he has worked with several All-Americans, numerous All-Conference selections, and multiple athletes who have gone on to sign professional contracts in their respective sports.
In addition to his experience and education he earned his natural pro card in bodybuilding in 2010 through the NGA. He was a Muscletech © sponsored athlete from 2009-2011 and has continued to compete in powerlifting meets and other strength-based contests throughout his career. George has been featured as a guest and author in multiple sports performance publications and podcasts including Simplifaster, Kinduct, Training and Conditioning magazine, Future Strength Podcast, Gamut of Performance Podcast, Squats and Science Podcast, Mastermind Strength and Conditioning Podcast, Men’s Fitness, Natural Bodybuilding and Fitness, and Alpha Magazine. Additionally, George is the host of the Long Island Athletic Performance clinic and frequently presents at conferences and clinics around the country.
2019: Murph Challenge