Blaine Schmidt is a performance coach at Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute. He is primarily involved with the return to play program specializing in clients that have undergone ACL reconstruction surgery. In addition to the RTP program, Blaine also provides general strength and conditioning services to active clients of all ages, tactical programming, and various sports performance camps. Since beginning with ISMI-Sugarland, Blaine is actively coaching and implementing injury prevention programs for local athletes and coaches.
Blaine is from Gettysburg, South Dakota. He graduated with honors from Northern State University with a degree in Human Performance and Fitness and minor in Coaching. While there, he spent some time working as an intern with the athletic training staff and developed a Summer Strength and Conditioning program for athletes in grades 7-12 at three high schools located in South Dakota.
Some of Blaine's hobbies involve recreational sports, exercising, traveling, and hiking.
Blaine Schmidt practices at IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute Sugar Land.