In just two short years Geoff Ebbs has elevated the Athletic Performance program at UMass Boston to new heights. A former student-athlete at UMass Boston, Ebbs is responsible for training all 18 varsity teams as well as doing one-on-one specialized training with student-athletes.
No stranger to competing at the collegiate level, Ebbs was a four-year member and senior captain of the men’s basketball team, while also pursuing a career in sport-physiology and sport-specific performance training. One of the most dedicated Beacons, Ebbs received the UMass Boston Strength and Conditioning Award in 2010, and was named the William Puerto Award winner in 2012 at the annual awards banquet.
During his young career, Ebbs has taken time to work with people of all ages, and has worked with special-case populations including post-surgical rehab, disease management, and cancer patients. Ebbs began his career as a personal/small group trainer at Absolutely Fit in Hingham, MA, which was rated the Best of Boston for Small Sports Club on the South Shore.
A 2008 graduate of Hingham High School, Ebbs earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Health Sciences with a concentration in Fitness Instruction at UMass Boston in 2013.