Scott Gunter

Scott Gunter

As the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the SportsCare Performance Institute, Scott Gunter designs and implements performance programs for athletes of all skill levels. He has worked with New York Jets players, nationally ranked fencers and athletes on the U.S. National Team. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from Quinnipiac University. His certifications include Certified Athletic Trainer, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Certified Functional Movement Systems Expert.

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