About the Coach

BU PT-0030

Glenn Harris created Game Fit Performance Training, LLC with the vision of utilizing current research in exercise science to design and implement cutting edge strength and conditioning programs for athletes as well as everyday professionals. Harris was named Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston University in September 1997.  During that time, Terrier Athletics has enjoyed continued success capturing the America East Commissioners cup eight out of the last nine years.  Since being at BU, Harris has had the opportunity to train members of the USA women’s soccer team, USA women’s ice hockey team, USA women’s lacrosse and professional athletes of Major League Lacrosse, the National Hockey League and the European Basketball League.  He also consulted with the Massachusetts State Police fitness coordinators and served as a conditioning coach for the 19th Special State Police Academy. Harris has authored several articles involving strength and conditioning, including “Off-season Conditioning for Women’s Lacrosse” and “Pre-Season Conditioning for College Basketball.”  Most recently, he has written an article for StrengthCoach.com entitled “Pre-Season Training for Basketball.”  Harris has also co-authored articles including “Training for Ice Hockey” and an article entitled “Short-Term Performance Effects of High Power, High Force, or Combined Weight-Training Programs.”  Harris is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and also holds a Club Coaching Certification by U.S. Weightlifting.