Bradley is a former NCAA Division I athlete, competing for Long Island University-Brooklyn’s Men’s Golf team, leading them to the 2004 Northeast Conference Championship and NCAA East Regional. While at LIU, Bradley completed a Bachelor of Science in Sport Science and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology.
Bradley is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Bradley’s training resume consists of a wide variety of individuals, from the general and special populations to youth and elite athletes. As a Service Provider for the Canadian Sport Institute-Ontario, Bradley has had the privilege to work with Canadian Olympians and Olympic hopefuls. Bradley continues to work with a number of elite athletes competing at the University and Professional levels in Hockey and Football.
While completing his Master’s Degree, Bradley helped to develop the Human Performance Lab in Long Island University’s Health Science Department. This lab is designed as a learning and research resource for students, faculty and members of the community.
Spierer, DK, Petersen, RA, Duffy, K, Corcoran, BM, and Rawls-Martin, T. Gender influence on response time to sensory stimuli.Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 24(4): 957-963, 2010