Perceptive Measures in Sports Science

Adam is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Human Functioning and Rehabilitation Science at The University of Vermont (UVM). For his Ph.D., Adam is focused on learning more about relationships between perceptive measures, such as the rating of perceived exertion (RPE), and sport-specific performance outcomes in athletes. He also serves as the Sports Science Coordinator at UVM where organizes the collection, interpretation, visualization, and applied integration of physiological data from the Men’s Ice Hockey and Men’s Basketball teams.

Prior to UVM, Adam was the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (2013-2015) and Sport Scientist (2015-2019) for the New York Rangers.

Through his personal brand, Adam also creates tools and sports science resources including Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets tutorials, plug-and-play sheets/files, and infographics. You can find all of that at his website,


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Recent Publication: A Narrative Review of Limb Dominance

Article: A new approach to monitoring exercise training

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