As a pioneer in the industry of fencing performance, Scott has trained numerous elite level fencers in the areas of fencing-specific speed, agility, coordination, and sensory perception. Scott currently works with US Olympians, National Team Members and nationally ranked fencers at the SportsCare Performance Institute in Whippany, NJ.
His certification as an Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Specialist led him to develop the “FSP Warm-up” for injury prevention and performance improvement in fencers. As an FMS certified exercise professional, he dissects the mechanics of movement involved in fencing to address muscle imbalances and reduce the likelihood of musculoskeletal fencing injuries.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Medicine from Quinnipiac University where he worked with Division I teams at Yale University and University of Virginia. Additional experience includes work at Velocity Sports Performance and RehabWorks at NASA Kennedy Space Center.