Focusing on the strength and conditioning of the Timberwolves is Scott Fisher, who is in his 21st year at Northwood. This is his 10th year as the full-time strength and conditioning coach for Northwood.
Fisher has designed and supervised the conditioning programs for all 18 varsity programs at Northwood. He has instructed student-athletes on proper lifting technique, speed development, plyometrics, strength training and injury rehabilitation.
From 2002-08, Fisher also served as the associated director of recreational services at the Hach Student Life Center at Northwood. He instructed weight training and conditioning classes as well as supervised a staff of 60 student employees.
Fisher has also served as a Health Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer at the Dow Chemical Health Promotion. From 1997-98, he was a Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer at the Midland Community Center.
He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Fisher has also completed the Sport Performance Coach Certification program by the United States Weight Lifting Federation.
A 1998 graduate of Saginaw Valley State University, Fisher spent time as an adjunct faculty member at SVSU from 2002-03.
Fisher also earned his master’s degree from Central Michigan University in Exercise Science in December of 2006.
Fisher and his wife Kelly live in Bay City with their two children – son Camden and daughter Lola.