Bryan Bourcier co-founded AWP Sports Performance in 2003 and currently serves as Chief Performance Officer (CPO). Bryan’s duties as CPO include primary authority on AWP Sports Performance training; instilling AWP’s training philosophy and overseeing all AWP coaches, concerning training and implementation of programs and techniques.
Bryan is also a physical therapist at Indiana Physical Therapy. He has received national recognition for specializing in advanced rehab and injury prevention, and developing the most intense, creative strength programs in the country. In 2008, Bryan traveled to the Athletes Compound in Tampa, Fl. to assist athletes in preparation for the NFL Combine, where he had the opportunity to work with many professional athletes, such as Dustin Keller, of the NY Jets; James Hardy, of the Buffalo Bills; Ryan Howard, from the Philadelphia Phillies; and Derek Jeter, of the NY Yankees.
Bryan has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis. He is also certified in orthopedic manual therapy and as a strength and conditioning specialist.