Coach/Fitness/Strength and Conditioning
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Location: Seattle, WA, USA
University: University of New England
Major: Applied Exercise Science

Coach/Fitness/Strength and Conditioning

Matthew T. Lizotte

University of New England, Biddeford, ME
B.S. Applied Exercise Science (AES) – Graduated May 2017
- Cumulative GPA: 3.66/4.0
- Magna Cum Laude

Related Coursework
EXS 340 - Concepts of Strength and Cond.
EXS 392 - Clinical Exercise Test/Prescription
EXS 330 - Fitness Evaluation & Prescription
EXS 180 - Motor Learning and Performance
EXS 322 - Sports Nutrition
EXS 312 - Foundations of Coaching
EXS 310 - Kinesiology & Biomechanics
ATC 101 - Prevention & Care of Athletic Inj.
EXS 320 - Exercise Physiology
ATC 306 - Psychology of Sport and Exercise


Strength and Conditioning Intern
Jan 2019 – May 2019 (1000+ hours)

Yale University Strength and Conditioning, New Haven, CT

Coached and assisted athletes of all sports, assisting them throughout their workouts
Lead athletes through warm-ups and instructed them on proper technique and form
Organized, achieved, and computed workout data in order to provide most efficient workout programs
Efficiently oversaw multiple racks with up to three athletes per rack

Personal Trainer - Eastlake Performance
February 2018 - September 2018
Eastlake Performance, Seattle, WA

Constructed strength and fitness plans for a variety of diverse client goals
Worked closely with other trainers in order to achieve client’s goals
Created enjoyable workout experiences for lasting clientele

Head Junior Varsity + C-Team Coach - Holy Names Academy August 2017 – November 2018
Holy Names Academy, Seattle, WA

Developed weekly practice plans to best fit team needs
Gave direction, motivation, and constructive criticism based on individual
Placed 1st in the Metro JV League (11-1-2)

Seattle Starz High School United Coach
September 2017 – December 2018
Seattle Starz Lacrosse, Seattle, WA

Work efficiently with other coaches/staff to complete program goals
Provide proper instruction and motivation to develop players as a whole
Encourage players in creating good habits to become better players and people

Extra-Curricular Activities

Student Athlete - NCAA DIII
Aug 2014-May 2017
Men’s Varsity Soccer, University of New England
- Dedicated a minimum of 30 hours per week in season to team trainings and activities

Student Athlete - NCAA DIII
Aug 2013-May 2017
Men’s Varsity Lacrosse, University of New England
- Dedicated a minimum of 30 hours per week in season to team trainings and activities

Certifications/Professional Development
American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider
Expires: October 18, 2019
NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Certificate
Received: May 2016

Personal Trainer, Fitness Coach, Strength and Conditioning, Coach