Michael Vogt is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), accredited by and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He also is certified in CPR/AED through the National CPR Foundation. Michael has 7 years of experience providing training and sports conditioning to clients of all ages and abilities, from young students to professional athletes.
Michael is a graduate of John Burroughs School, where he was a starter on the varsity soccer team and won district honors all four years of high school. During his high school career, the team went to the quarterfinals in state his freshman year, then finished in second, third and first place respectively, serving as a captain on the first men’s soccer team to win the state title in John Burroughs history.
In his senior year, Michael received First Team All-State and First Team All-League honors and was a member of the MAC All Stars for the fall 2008 soccer season. Michael also played basketball in his freshman and sophomore years at Burroughs and kicked for the Burroughs varsity football team during his senior year.
Michael was enjoying a very successful career on his select soccer team with Lou Fusz but had to withdraw in his sophomore year of high school after tearing his ACL in the Disney Classic Soccer Tournament.
Michael earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Truman State University, where he was a two-time scholar athlete on the varsity soccer team. Michael’s knee surgery was a major motivator for him to learn more about the human body as it pertains to sport and guided his choice of Exercise Science as his major. It is very important to Michael to help educate as many athletes/clients when it comes to injury prevention.