Matt Rhodes

Matt Rhodes is a tremendous resource for our readers. He brings that hard to find mix of real-world playing and coaching experience. Rhodes started his collegiate career as a lacrosse player at The University of Massachusetts Amherst from 1994-1996. He later transferred to the University of Arizona where he played football from 1996-1998. After college he played arena football for the Richmond Speed before suffering a career-ending neck injury. After his playing career, Rhodes coached football at the University of Richmond and later interned for Buddy Morris at the University of Pittsburgh. After eight years as a personal trainer, he is back in the collegiate ranks as a strength and conditioning coach at the University at Albany. Rhodes has competed in powerlifting since 2001. His geared numbers include a 930 squat and a 605 bench. His raw numbers include a 650 squat, 485 bench and a 760 deadlift, all done in the 308-pound class.

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