Brian Fitzmaurice, CSCS
Brian is a strength and conditioning coach with over 20 years of experience training youth, high school, college and professional athletes. Brian received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Missouri-St.Louis with an emphasis in Exercise Science and Nutrition and is recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Brian currently oversees all aspects of the Fitz sports performance training methodology, programming and coaching programs at Fitz HQ-Ellisville and the Rawlings Training Center-Chesterfield.
As a leading authority on athlete development, Brian has extensive knowledge in all aspects of strength and conditioning including injury prevention, post/rehab return to play training, speed/quickness/agility/ plyometric training, muscle building, strength/power/core training and conditioning.
Over the course of Brian’s career he has trained and coached a long list of the top athletes in the St. Louis area and nation including high school and college all-americans, top 100 and blue chip recruits, D1 standouts and NFL/MLB draft picks. With a passion for athlete development, Brian’s goal is educating athletes on the importance of committing to a high performance routine that includes proper mindset, nutrition, skill development, strength and conditioning and recovery to become their best as an athlete. This complete athlete development approach has helped thousands of athletes that have committed to it over the years.
Most recently Brian helped long time Team Fitz Athlete Luke Voit (Lafayette/MO State/St.Louis Cardinal Alum), New York Yankee 1st baseman, battle back from injury in the 2019 season to rebuild his strength and power to prepare for a MLB Home Run Leading season in 2020. Brian continues to train and coach Luke year round with a distance coaching strength and conditioning program to keep him performing his best.
A few other athletes that Fitz has trained and coached include:
Tate Matheny (Boston Red Sox/MO State/Westminster), Cameron Dulle (St. Louis Cardinals, Mizzou, Oakville), Ashton Goudeau (Baltimore Orioles, Maple Woods CC, Union), Jason Hagerty (San Diego Padres, Mizzou, Vianney), Fred Ford (Kansas City Royals, Jeff Co, Ft. Zumwalt South), Sean Ullrich (Louisiana Tech/Mizzou, Marquette), Matt Hink (Harvard, Marquette), Mike McNeill (St.Louis Rams/Indianapolis Colts/Carolina Panthers, Nebraska, Kirkwood), Keith Williams (NY Giants/Pittsburgh Steelers, Nebraska, McCluer North), Quentin Davie (Detroit Lions, Northwestern, Cardinal Ritter), Lamark Brown (Minnesota Vikings, K-State/Minnesota State, Hazelwood West), Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys, Ohio State, John Burroughs), John Voit (Army Football, Lafayette), Gabe Kuhn (Memphis Football, Lafayette), Brock Behrndt (Northwest Missouri State, Lafayette), Mitchell Palmer (Miami Ohio, Desmet), Griffin Palmer (Illinois, Desmet), Gabriel Rubio (Notre Dame, Lutheran Christian-St. Charles), Tyler Griffey (Illinois, Lafayette), Nathan Scheer (MO State, Borgia), Tommy Meyer (LA Galaxy, Indiana, SLUH), Lily Johnson (MO State Volleyball, Lafayette), Maggie Scott (Oregon Volleyball, Lafayette), Jackie Scott (SIUE, Lafayette), Taryn Griffey (South Florida Volleyball, Lafayette), Elizabeth Orf (Marquette/Memphis Volleyball, Villa Duchesne), Gabby Blossom (Penn State Volleyball, St. Joseph’s Academy), Lily Cooper (Duke Volleyball, Lafayette), Claire Ochs (SEMO Volleyball, St. Joseph’s Academy), Kathryn Wesolich (Central Florida Volleyball, Lafayette), Jensen Shockey (SIUE Soccer, Eureka), Emily Puricelli (SLU Soccer, St. Joseph’s Academy), Holly Schneider (Lindenwood Soccer, St. Joseph’s Academy).
There are many more Team Fitz athletes that have achieved a high level of success that are not on this list and there are many more to come in the future.