Originally from Michigan, Bryan graduated from Central Michigan University in 2002 and in 2003 became the Head Athletic Trainer / Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Saginaw Spirit Hockey Club of the OHL and served in this role for 4 seasons. In 2005, Bryan completed his Masters Degree from California University of Pennsylvania and in August 2007 moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to where he now serves as the Strength & Conditioning Supervisor & a Certified Athletic Trainer with the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil. In 2008 he also began teaching in the Global Online Graduate Program at California University of Pennsylvania. Bryan shares his home with Brooke, his wife of 5 years, and their two pugs.
Athletic Training, Central Michigan University, 1998 - 2002
MS - Human Performance & Injury Prevention, California University of Pennsylvania, 2002 - 2005
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