Adam has served as P3’s Assistant General Manager since 2010, with an emphasis on directing day-to-day operations, public relations, and P3 brand development. Adam has a comprehensive understanding of P3‘s applied sports science methodologies and the unique physical and developmental needs of each athlete. As P3’s liaison manager, Adam acts as an important link to athletes, professional team’s coaches, executives and GMs, athlete management and representation firms, the media and global business partners. He creates and maintains excellent relationships with clients and works closely with all members of P3’s staff to ensure that each athlete’s personal, professional and performance needs are being exceeded. Read More.
Brennan serves Dr. Elliott and the P3 team in general financial management, and through building partnerships, marketing, business development, and new ventures. He was introduced to P3 in 2008 and had a strong desire to be a part of the cutting-edge application of science to athletic performance. Brennan believes in Dr. Elliott’s philosophy because it [...] Read More.
Eric has had an enduring interest in studying the science behind athleticism. As an undergraduate at Stanford University, he helped conduct research on the impact of emerging technologies on strength gains in athletes and later went on to major in Biomechanical Engineering. Since joining the P3 team, Eric has primarily worked with sports science applications with a [...] Read More.
Tim oversees rehabilitation protocols and he is instrumental in evaluating and understanding biomechanical deficiencies in P3 athletes. In addition to evaluating and training athletes, Tim utilizes manual therapy techniques to selectively heal damaged tissues and improve the functional mobility of P3 athletes in a customized fashion. Furthermore, Tim is leading biomechanics research in the development of a computer program that will assist diagnosis and treatment of movement deficiencies. Tim holds a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney and earned an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology at the University of NSW Australia. Read More.
Matt has a passion for neuroscience and the connections between human movement and the brain, and takes a special interest in human physical and cognitive development. He directs all P3 athlete NeuroProfile assessments and Performance Brain Training sessions, guiding P3 athletes to increased mental performance. He graduated from Yale University with distinction in Psychology and wrote his senior thesis on the connections between exercise and the human brain. Matt was a 4-year starter on Yale’s Division I lacrosse team. Matt is accredited in athletic training through NASM and routinely assists P3’s Performance Specialists on the training floor. Read More.
Woody met Dr. Elliott in 2005, retired from baseball in 2006 after 5 full seasons (including 2002 and 2003 Minor League All-Star selections) ending in AAA and began working with P3 in 2007. Woody's athletic experience proves invaluable in applying P3's sport science into the unique sport of baseball. Woody has also had success in training professional athletes and high school and collegiate teams including Pepperdine's Baseball, Women's Volleyball and Women's Soccer teams through Sportswest Training. Read More.
Sam has worked with Dr. Elliott since 2004, and has dedicated himself to the understanding and application of athlete development. During Sam's tenure he has had the privilege of working with and learning from world class coaches in numerous disciplines. Along with directing programs for many of P3's professional athletes, Sam aids in soft tissue management, helping athletes return from their injury to a superior level of performance. Read More.
Dr. Elliott is a Harvard trained physician specializing in performance enhancement and the development of elite athletes. As Founder and Director of P3, he is dedicated to applying cutting edge science for optimal athletic achievement. He has trained some of the world's best athletes including those at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the Australian Institute of Sport, and the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. Since 1998, Dr. Elliott's primary focus has been on peak performance and injury prevention in U.S. professional power-based sports, including baseball, basketball, football, volleyball and soccer. Read More.