Speciality: Strength & Conditioning | Gait Analysis | Sports Science Services
Since attaining a degree in Physical Education Matt Jeffery has gone on to attain Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist qualifications with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, has completed a strength and conditioning internship with Sport 981 at Nottingham Trent University and has obtained multiple other fitness qualifications.
As well as working for Advance Performance Matt also runs his own busines Synergy Physical Training providing personal training & strength & conditioning to anyone looking to improve performance or attain a personal goal.
Qualifications & Training:
BA (Hons) QTS in Secondary Physical Education (Physiology route-way)
Graduate of the Sport 981 Strength and Conditioning Internship
National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist
Associate member of the UK Strength & Conditioning Association
Qualified instructor in Olympic Lifting, Speed, Agility & Plyometrics, Kettlebell Training, Powerbag Training, BOSU Training, ViPR Training & Spin
UK Strength and Conditioning Association Certification in; Speed, Agility and Plyometrics & Olympic Lifting for Sports Performance
Currently training for:
Currently running in:
Asics GT 2000 3
Biggest sporting achievement:
Opening bowler for Guernsey ICC Cricket Team
Final of BUSA Volleyball competition
Other sporting interests:
Strength and conditioning
Watching international rugby
Joined AP in 2012. Grew up on Guernsey in the Channel Islands enjoying running on the island coastal paths and beaches, when not playing cricket, volleyball and basketball.
Since completing his degree in 1999 he has provided strength & conditioning to several sports teams including the Guernsey ICC Cricket Team and Shipston Tennis Academy. He has over the last 18 years compiled an extensive set of qualification directly associated with strength & conditioning and hopes to attain accreditation with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association within the next 12 months.