Matthew Montplaisir, MEd, CSCS, is Minnesota native from Buffalo, MN. He competed in football, basketball and track and field in HS, where he was named student athlete of the year in 2016. He attended Gustavus Adolphus College, where he played football and track and field, while double majoring in Exercise Physiology and Management. Upon graduating from Gustavus, he continued his education at the University of Minnesota, where he recently graduated with his M Ed. in Sports and Exercise Science. Matthew has coached and trained a variety of athletes, ranging from 2-3rd grade basketball and baseball, to working with the Men’s and Women’s Gopher Hockey team under Cal Dietz, and most recently was the horizontal jumps coach for Minnetonka boys track and field. Matthew was influenced by many great coaches who helped him succeed as an athlete, and is driven to positively influence each athlete he has the opportunity to train.
Matthew provides sports performance training at Training HAUS – Waconia, located within TCO Waconia Therapy & Performance.
Training HAUS, with a flagship location in Eagan, is an elite athletic performance and recovery philosophy that is unparalleled in the Twin Cities. Utilizing innovative, science-based methods, our industry-leading team of experts work together to form a personalized approach for the athlete. Collectively, we establish a foundation for athletic performance that promises to challenge, inspire and produce real results. To learn more and find locations, visit TrainingHAUS.com.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Exercise Physiology & Management, Gustavus Adolphus College (2020)
Masters Degree in Education (MEd) in Sport and Exercise Science, University of Minnesota (2021)
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Minnetonka boys track and field assistant coach
Indoor MIAC Sportsmanship Award Winner for Gustavus Men’s Track (2018-2020)
Captain Gustavus Men’s Track and Field Captain (2020)
MIAC All Conference Honorable Mention Football – Cornerback (2019)
Buffalo High School Student Athlete of the Year (2016)