Research Fellow, AUT, Sports Science Manager and Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach – Blues Super Rugby franchise
17 Antares Place
PhD (Sport & Exercise Science – Exercise Physiology: The University of Auckland)
BSc 1st Class Honours (Sport & Exercise Science – Exercise Physiology: The University of Auckland)
BSc Double Major (Sport & Exercise Science and Physiology: The University of Auckland)
Member of the Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ)
Since 2008, Dr. Adam Storey has coached and managed various New Zealand weightlifting teams at key pinnacle events including the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games and the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games. During this time, Adam has coached weightlifters to Commonwealth Games medals and his athletes have broken over 250 New Zealand records in competition.
Adam’s specialist background in the area of strength and power conditioning lead to his role with High Performance Sport New Zealand as the Lead Strength and Conditioning Specialist for Athletics New Zealand. In this position he worked directly with 3 x Olympic Games medallist Valerie Adams.
Adam has a keen passion for rugby and he is currently employed by the Blues Super Rugby franchise as the Sports Science Manager and Assistant Trainer.
In addition to his role with the Blues, Adam is a Research Fellow within AUT’s SPRINZ department where he supervises post-graduate research in the areas of strength and conditioning and exercise physiology.