Brady Armitage joined Florida Atlantic University athletic training staff in the Fall of 2017 with the responsibility of football as well as women’s track and field.
Armitage came to FAU from Stanford University where he completed a student internship by working with the Cardinal football team during the 2016-17 season. He also completed undergraduate experience at the University of Cincinnati where he worked with track and field in 2016 and the UC football team in 2014. He also gained experience at both Sycamore High School and St. Xavier High School in 2015.
Armitage holds memberships with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Ohio Athletic Trainer’s Association, and the Greater Cincinnati Athletic Trainers’ Association.
He gained extra experience working the Wellington Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Symposium (2014), the Queen Bee Half Marathon (2015), as a Fitness Floor Coordinator for the University of Cincinnati Recreation Center (2015), as a teacher assistant (2016), at the Southeast Athletic Trainer’s Association Educator’s conference (2014-15, 2017), as a Fitness Supervisor for the University of Cincinnati Recreation Center (2015-17) and for FC Cincinnati (2016-17).
Armitage is certified as an Athletic Trainer and licensed by the state of Florida. He is certified by the American Red Cross CPR/AED as a professional rescuer and as a first aid professional rescuer. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training from the University of Cincinnati in 2017 and is seeking his Master of Science in exercise science and health promotion with a projected completion date of 2019. That degree will also hold a certification as a certified strength and conditioning specialist.