PhD Candidate, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology USSF National "A" License FIFA 11+ Instructor Registered Kinesiologist (CKO) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) Certified Exercise Physiologist (CSEP) Coach Educator and Learning Facilitator, Canada Soccer, Ontario Soccer
Soccer Fitness Inc.
Soccer Fitness Inc.
Talks covered by this speaker
A Tech-Free Solution for Soccer Coaches to Accurately Prescribe and Monitor Training Load
Categories covered by Richard
About this Speaker
Richard Bucciarelli, MS, B.Kin., R.Kin, CSCS, CSEP-CEP, USSF “A”, is a professional fitness coach, sports scientist and coach educator, and the owner of Soccer Fitness Inc., a soccer-specific strength and conditioning company in Toronto. He has worked at some of the highest levels of the game both in Canada and internationally, including the Canadian National Women’s Teams, the Toronto FC Academy, The Uruguayan Segunda (second division) with Canadian SC Uruguay, and the United Soccer League (USL) with the Ottawa Fury FC, as well as several different Canadian college and university teams.
Richard is a PhD Candidate in Human Health and Nutritional Sciences with a specialty in biomechanics of speed and acceleration training in soccer players, at the University of Guelph. He has presented his research at some of the world’s largest and most prestigious soccer-specific sports science and coaching conferences, including the World Congress on Science and Football, the World Conference on Science and Soccer, the National Soccer Coaching Convention, the Ontario Soccer Summit, and the Futsal Canada Conference.
An avid author, lecturer and coach educator, Richard holds certifications as a FIFA 11+ Instructor, Sport for Life Movement Preparation Instructor, and Ontario Soccer Learning Facilitator. He works as a Professor of Exercise Science and Physiology at George Brown College in Toronto, provides coaching education for Ontario Soccer, Canada Soccer, and the National Soccer Coaches Association of Canada, and has had over 50 of his articles published in research journals, books, and soccer magazines.