Strength & Conditioning Coach
Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science (B.S.) from Oklahoma State University
Played wide receiver at Oklahoma State University from 2012-2015
Brendan was born in Hagerstown, Maryland and then moved to Kansas City, Missouri before finally settling in Flower Mound, Texas in 2001. He attended Marcus High School where he played football and soccer. Following high school he attended Oklahoma State University; where he earned a spot on the Cowboy’s football team as a walk on wide receiver. He also received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. After graduating college he completed an internship and externship at Michael Johnson Performance. Brendan also worked as a physical therapy tech before accepting a full time coaching position at Michael Johnson Performance from 2015 to 2018. His role at MJP was leading the summer strength and conditioning program for Frisco Lebanon Trail High School and also “Michael Johnson’s Young Leaders” global charity group. He also assisted with their NFL Combine and Pro-Day training all while coaching their elementary, middle, and high school performance programs. These programs included speed, agility, plyometric, and strength training.