Matt Segura
Matt  Segura

Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

2nd Season


• B.S. - Exercise Physiology,Minor in Nutrition, California State University Chico, 2009
• M.S. - Exercise Physiology, Eastern Michigan University, Expected graduation 2014

• United States Weightlifting-Level 1 Sports Performance Coach (USAW), 2010
• Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach, (NSCA), 2013
• Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), 2010
• Certified Personal Trainer (ACSM), 2007
• USA Track & Field Level 1 (USATF-1), 2013
• Adult CPR/AED (American Red Cross), 2013

• Club Volleyball, California State University Chico, 2007 & 2009

• Strength Training for the Throwing, Vaulting, and Cross Country Athlete
• Potentiation
• Peaking/Tapering

Matt Segura joined the University of Michigan Olympic Sport Strength and Conditioning Staff as a graduate assistant in June 2012. He is responsible for the program design and implementation for the men's and women's cross country, throwing and pole vault student-athletes.

Prior to joining the Michigan staff, Matt completed an internship with the University of Michigan during the 2012 winter semester. Matt arrived at Michigan after serving as a strength and conditioning coach for Butte Junior College, working with the football and softball teams from 2009 until 2011. Prior to that, Matt completed an internship at Arizona State University during the summer of 2009, working with the football and basketball teams. His first strength and conditioning experience came as an intern/assistant at Butte Junior College, working with the football team in 2008.

Matt is originally from Santa Maria, Calif.

SPORT ASSIGNMENTS: Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Track and Field, assist with Volleyball