Jordan James, CSCSClinic Director
- Bachelor's degree, St. Lawrence University
Jordan is responsible for all Sports Performance related items for Integrated Rehabilitation Group, Sports Physical Therapy and Performance Centers, and IRG Performance. His previous Strength and Conditioning coaching experience includes time at Liverpool High School, St. Lawrence University, University of Cincinnati, San Jacinto College, Ignition Athletic Performance Group, and Velocity Sports Performance. His current performance duties include overseeing the Strength and Conditioning Programing and Management of all Private, In-Service, and Rehabilitative Performance Systems at IRG. Jordan is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, United States Weightlifting, USA Track and Field, Functional Movement Systems, Precision Nutrition, American Psychological Association Division 47: Exercise and Sports Psychology, and the American Heart Association: My Heart My Life Committee
Jordan speaks and has presented regularly in the region for athletic organizations, High Schools, private sports clubs, USA Hockey, and US Soccer. Jordan has also assisted with Nike SPARQ events, TPX Baseball events, and coordinated Athletic Training events in the Northwest dedicated to helping athletes become better athletes and prevent injury. He also presents and speaks at a number of corporate wellness events working to help the everyday Industrial and Tactical athlete stay healthy for life. Over his multifaceted coaching career, he has had the privilege of working with numerous youth athletes, high school athletes, collegiate athletes, everyday people, MLS, MLB, NHL, NLL, CFL, NBA, and NFL players to perform and function better.
In the community, he has facilitated a number of athletic opportunities for youth athletes through outreach, non-profit fundraising, and positive business development through numerous charitable partnerships and sponsorships.
His personal athletic achievements include spending 6 years as a former MLS and USL player for 5 different clubs, including winning a MLS Championship as a member of the 2007 Houston Dynamo. He credits his time spent as a player at Athletes Performance for starting his drive to pursue a career in sports performance.