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Assistant Training

Location:
Seabrook, NH
Posted:
October 08, 2018

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Patrick O'Brien

*** ***** *** *****, ********* NH 03857

Home: 603-***-**** - Cell: 603-***-**** - ac7bdu@r.postjobfree.com

Education and Certifications

Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences: May, 2017

Colby-Sawyer College - New London, NH, United States

Certified Personal Trainer

National Strength & Conditioning Association

CPR/AED Certification - Basic Life Support

American Heart Association

MOAB Certification – Management of Aggressive Behavior

Residential Education – Colby-Sawyer College

Summary of Skills

Ability to effectively mediate conflicts

Energetic about helping individuals develop holistically

Organized work ethic which in turn helps others stay organized

Collaborative mentality where working as a team is superior than working individually

Responsible attitude ensuring professional boundaries are maintained

Ability to give and receive feedback

Personable with clients centering training around them

Passionate about assisting individuals achieve their short and long-term goals

Confident about assessing a situation and intuitively acting constructively

Active listening which ensures optimal interpersonal communication

Knowledge of own strengths and weaknesses

Work Experience

Strength Coach & Member Services Management, September 2017 – Present

Seacoast Sports Clubs/Peak Performance

Responsible for memberships sales, retention, engagement and overall customer satisfaction with the club

Strength and conditioning coach for general fitness clientele, college athletes, as well as off-season professional athletes

Certified Personal Trainer

National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)

Currently an independent contractor developing fitness plans per request & taking individuals in one-on-one personal training

Strength & Conditioning Assistant

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, summer 2016

Aided various caliber athletes through sports performance workouts (high school, collegiate, elite, & professional hockey players)

Research Assistant

Exercise & Sport Science Department, Colby-Sawyer College – 2014 to current

Currently working on a study involving caloric expenditure while performing submaximal exercise on a treadmill.

The goal of the test is to test college aged students the American College of Sports Medicine Metabolic calculations and see if they stand true, seeing how they were for 30-60 year old cardiac rehabilitation subjects.

Additionally working on a study involving nutritional assessments among four different colleges and universities

Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics

Strength & Conditioning Assistant Intern – December 13th 2015 – January 20th 2016

Assisted in programs and exercises for clients of all ages

Boot camp classes & strength training programs for athletes

Resident Assistant

Colby-Sawyer College - 2015 to 2017

Maintaining residence hall communications through the creation of hall programs

Ensure residents’ rooms are in good shape, and students are abiding by the Code of Community Conduct

Assisting students achieve academic success through ensuring success in the residence halls first and foremost

Developing students holistically and helping students develop a sense of home at college, increasing retention

Dietary Aide - June 2011 to 2016

Bellamy Fields assisted living facilities - Dover, NH

Resourcefulness, critical and creative thinking were essential for this job to ensure a pleasant experience for residents of facility.

Assisted the elderly with everyday tasks to increase the chances that their experience at Bellamy Fields was a no-hassle experience

Line Cook – May 2014 to 2015

Texas Road House Restaurant – Newington, NH.

Working efficiently and quickly was of utmost importance to being a diligent worker.

Problem solving and resourcefulness were imperative.

Fellowships and Awards

Bellamy Fields scholarship - This was done by submitting an essay to Bellamy Fields assisted living facilities and

having the administrative board judge. Only one individual was given an award. June 2013.

New Hampshire Scholar award - This was made possible by completing a list of harder-than-average courses, which

encouraged students to challenge themselves. This award was provided to me in June of 2013.

Published in Teen Ink magazine - The dean of communications at Colby-Sawyer sent out entries to the publication of

interested students who wanted their work to be published, even if the odds were not great. Thousands of interested

students entered their original work into the publication, all across the region. Only one individual is selected per month.

Publications/ presentations

The publication can be seen here: http://www.teenink.com/college_guide/college_reviews/article/661923/University-

of-New-Hampshire/. This was a college review, as described above.

Professional Affiliations

National Strength & Conditioning Association – A certified Personal trainer and member who regularly visits the website to stay up to date on the best ways to prevent disease, train athletes, and get connected to professionals.

American College of Sports Medicine – Member

New England American College of Sports Medicine - Member

Exercise Science Club - Colby-Sawyer College

Conferences Attended

Biannual NISBRE Conference in Excellence of Biomedical Research

June 25-29th, Washington D.C.

Presented research of Professor Stoedefalke, PhD, Brady Dion and my own on metabolic calculations within treadmills as determined by the American College of Sports Medicine

Research study title “Are the ACSM metabolic equations accurate in college-aged males”

New England American College of Sports Medicine

Providence, R.I., October, 13th

Presented research of Professor Stoedefalke, PhD, Brady Dion and my own on metabolic calculations within treadmills as determined by the American College of Sports Medicine

Research study title “Are the ACSM metabolic equations accurate in college-aged males”

Annual Colby-Sawyer College Science Symposium

Nov 30th, New London, NH

Presented research of Professor Stoedefalke, PhD, Brady Dion and my own on metabolic calculations within treadmills as determined by the American College of Sports Medicine

Research study title “Are the ACSM metabolic equations accurate in college-aged males”

Research Products

“The Perceptual and Physical Effects of Caffeine on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness”

September 25th 2016 – present day

The goal of this research product is to determine whether or not caffeine has a recovery benefit in addition to pre-performance benefits



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