Neil E. Wolkodoff, Ph.D., sport scientist, trains both professional and amateur athletes. He has trained a variety of athletes including NFL, NHL and MLB and Olympic athletes for over 15 years. A former performance consultant for the Denver Broncos, the Denver Nuggets and the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team, Wolkodoff now devotes his efforts to aiding recreational and professional athletes improve their performance. He holds a number of certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine. Wolkodoff has extensive experience as a ski racer, instructor and ski coach.
He is a former contributing editor for the American Council on Exercise and past editor for the American College of Sports Medicine. Additionally, he was the State Director for NSCA and served on the certification committees for ACE, ACSM and NSCA. Wolkodoff is the Medical Program Director for the Colorado Center for Health & Sport Science, in Denver, Colorado.
His numerous awards and accolades include being twice awarded State Director of the Year from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, “80 People in Fitness to Watch in The 90’s” by Fitness Management Magazine, and Self Magazine noting Wolkodoff as “one of the best exercise physiologists in the business.” His EnergyZone program won the prestigious Nova 7 Award for the best innovation in exercise assessment and prescription.