Head of Strength and Conditioning
Dr. Benjamin Rosenblatt has nearly two decades worth of experience supporting the physical preparation of Olympic & World Champions, elite international footballers and supporting individuals and organisations with physical preparation solutions. He has published peer reviewed literature in effective exercise prescription and has a specific interest in rehabilitation and improving training effectiveness.
Dr. Ben Rosenblatt is passionate about working with coaches and athletes to help them find the most effective training approaches to help them win matches, tournaments and competitions. Alongside his work at Marylebone Health (CHHP) Ben now consults for multiple athletes, teams and high performing individuals. He has previously worked as a Senior Strength and Conditioning Coach at the English Institute of Sport & he led the physical preparation programme for the GB Women’s Hockey team in the build up to the Rio Olympic Games. Ben is also the S&C coach for several international judo fighters who have won Olympic, Commonwealth and World Cup medals and is a physical performance and rehabilitation consultant for numerous national governing bodies, dance schools and professional sports teams.
Ben completed his PhD in a biomechanical analysis of the principles of training in 2014. Prior to his work with GB Hockey, Ben was the Senior Rehabilitation Scientist of the British Olympic Association’s Intensive Rehabilitation Unit. Within this role he worked in a multi-disciplinary team to develop innovative training methods to accelerate the rehabilitation of injured athletes. Ben took on this role after leading the sports science and conditioning department of Birmingham City FC for two seasons.
Ben has written book chapters, consults to football clubs, rugby clubs and NGBs and presented at international conferences on rehabilitation and training.
When he is not in clinic Ben enjoys travelling and spending time with his young family.