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Ryan Kish has been working with athletes in the strength and conditioning aspect for two years. He played football at Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio, where he started for four years at linebacker.

 

Ryan earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a minor in biology. He then went on to become a football defensive graduate assistant at Concordia University Chicago, coaching the inside linebackers. During Ryan’s two years at Concordia, the team compiled a record of 18-3 and won two Northern Athletic Conference Championships. Ryan also played a role in conducting Concordia’s off season strength and conditioning program with the football team. He also conducted speed workouts with women’s basketball and volleyball. Ryan received his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology while at Concordia.

 

Ryan now works as a personal trainer in the Chicago area, while writing for his website Modern Fitness and Nutrition.