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Barry Rubin

Barry Rubin has been a leading strength and conditioning coach in several high-profile athletic programs since the 1980s. His lengthy tenure with three National Football League teams has marked Rubin as a coach capable of increasing the performance of elite athletes with the latest training procedures while maintaining a low intensity and demeanor. His efforts have produced championship results.

Rubin embarked on his strength and conditioning coaching career as a graduate assistant at Northeast Louisiana State University in Monroe. Over the next fourteen years he served three separate coaching stints at Northeastern, two years as head strength coach at Louisiana State and a year as personal trainer for Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Bubby Brister. After his third employment at Northeast in 1995, Rubin, assisted by Kent Johnston, became the Green Bay Packers first full-time strength and conditioning assistant, then head coach in 1999. He played a role in the Packers’ 35-21 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI and the NFC division 23-10 win over the San Francisco 49ers the following year. In 2008 Rubin joined the Philadelphia Eagles organization as an assistant, then became the head strength and conditioning coach in 2010.

Since 2012 he has served in the same capacity for the Kansas City Chiefs where he helped the team recover from a 2-14 record to achieve four consecutive winning seasons with an overall 43-21 win/loss record.

In addition to his overall record of association with winning franchises, his career has been highlighted by six division, two NFC championship titles, and 3 Super Bowl victories with the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs.