Clive Brewer,
Senior Contributor

Clive Brewer is a world-recognized expert in high-performance sports conditioning, athlete development and applied sports science. Clive has worked at the Performance director / Head of Human performance level in Major League Soccer, Major League Baseball and International Rugby League, as well as being the National Program Manager for Athlete Development for Scottish sport.

His vision is the delivery of a world-class high-performance programs, encompassing sport science, sports medicine, performance analysis, S&C & nutrition to all environments in a collaborative and athlete centered manner.

As well as full-time roles at the forefront of professional sport (Columbus Crew SC, Toronto Blue Jays, Widnes Vikings, England Rugby League) he has consulted with several other organizations around the globe, such as Manchester United FC, USA Football, Wimbledon tennis championships (20 years as part of the sports medicine faculty), the UK Strength and Conditioning Association, Scotland National Rugby League (2013 World cup ¼ finalists & 2014 European cup winners), Liverpool Ladies FC (Twice national champions when Clive was the High Performance Advisor), the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), Cirque du Soleil and IMG Academy.

A Masters Degree graduate from the sporting program at Loughborough University, Clive is accredited by the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA), the Australian Strength & conditioning Association as an Elite Coach, The US National Strength and Conditioning Association and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences as a support scientist.

He is a chartered scientist with the Science Council in the UK and an original member of the British Olympic Association register of strength and conditioning coaches. In August 2015, he was awarded the fellowship of the UKSCA in recognition of his contribution to the industry.

His latest book on developing athletic movement skills was published by Human Kinetics in the spring of 2017. A regular speaker at International conferences, Clive has published 2 other books, 8 book chapters and more than 15 papers on training methods, coaching & performance in peer-reviewed journals.