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Selina Weller- Boca Raton, FL
Selina Weller, Head Exercise Physiologist. Selina has been part of the GO! Athletics team since 2002. She has worked directly with Shannon for over 10 years and performs physiological testing and data application primarily with our South Florida clients but also manages System Based Training implementation for all regions. Selina has also owns a massage therapy practice in South Florida working with athletes of all levels, from recreational and high school runners, cyclists, swimmers, golfers, soccer and tennis players, to ATP tour professionals, NHL, NFL, MLS professionals as well as Olympians such as Dara Torres.
Michael Coffey- Jacksonville, FL
Michael graduated with an M.S. in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Florida. For the past 15 years, Michael Coffey has been a strength & conditioning specialist, and an expert in the science of movement and speed. His athletes routinely find success at the highest levels, such as Gold Medals at the 2012 Olympic Games, and performing in Super Bowl Championships. As a strength and conditioning coach, his approach to high level performance has been an integral part of 8 NCAA Championship Teams at Stanford University.
Vaughan Craddock- Auckland, New Zealand (https://sportslab.net.nz/physiology/)
Vaughan graduated from AUT in 2001 with a Bachelor of Health Science Physiotherapy, where he won the Academic Prize for Clinical Excellence. Vaughan has worked in various roles. This includes helping to implement the primary health initiative of taking Physiotherapy into Auckland Secondary Schools. Vaughan has a special interest in running biomechanics and running injuries, but has worked with many various sports including:
Auckland Rugby NPC Team
Auckland U/20 rugby team
Senior Club Rugby and 1st 15 Secondary Schools Rugby
Schools Elite Rowing, Tennis, Cricket, Football, Track and field, Touch rugby
Auckland U/15 Touch Rugby
Various athletics and cross country teams
Vaughan enjoys working with athletes of all levels, from beginner to elite. He also enjoys working with non-sporting injuries such as complex postural dysfunctions, or biomechanical issues that affect activities of daily living. Vaughan believes good communication with the client is integral to managing the client’s injury in a way that best suits their lifestyle. He believes education provides a cornerstone to developing a management plan. Vaughan approaches any injury by assessing the client’s posture, movement patterns and more specific local injury site tests, as a whole picture to identify the main cause of the complaint. He places a strong emphasis on manual therapy, muscle balance, dry needling acupuncture, exercise prescription and education to facilitate the injury recovery process.
A former competitive runner, Vaughan specialised in Cross-Country and Track and Field, where he represented NZ three times. His most notable achievements were representing NZ at the World Junior Track and Field Championships and Captaining the NZ under 23 Cross Country team. Vaughan is now a coach to a group of track and field athletes who compete at elite level.
Scott March- Cleveland, Ohio