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Aaron Bonaccorsy, CSCS, CSPS, FRCms

Sports Performance Coach

About Me

Coach Aaron is an enthusiastic talented performance coach dedicated to helping athletes maximize their athletic potential. Aaron is a native of Annapolis, Maryland and a graduate from McDaniel College in Westminster, MD where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with a degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education with Minors in both Athletic Training and Sports Coaching. Upon graduating, Aaron completed an internship at Velocity Sports Performance, Cherry Hill in 2012 and has been a part of the team since. Aaron is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is committed to staying current with the newest research and training methods. He was trained in the MORR system directly under coach Chip Smith, earning himself a Certified Sports Performance Specialist certification in 2014. Aaron’s unique personality and coaching style has attracted clients from the National Football League and Major League Baseball, as well as multiple professional soccer organizations worldwide. He has been featured in and continues to contribute to STACK magazine as an expert in the field with a niche in conditioning and injury prevention. Aaron is an expert at analyzing movement, correcting dysfunction and enhancing running and movement efficiency. His progressive approach and attention to mechanical detail has taken athletes from sedentary to completing marathons. He has a genuine passion for educating and uses this to positively inspire athletes to achieve their goals.

Education

  • McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
  • Bachelor of Arts, Exercise Science/Physical Education, Minor in Sport Coaching/Athletic Training, 2012

Certifications

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association, 2014
  • Certified Sports Performance Specialist, Chip Smith MORR, 2014
  • Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist (FRCms), Functional Anatomy Seminars, 2017