Jim Malone, is a proud member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), is credentialed as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach with distinction (RSCC*D) & a USA Weightlifting Club Coach. Jim has spent the last 18 years with MLB, including stints with the Indians, Royals, Padres, and most recently with the ’13 & ’14 NY Mets. Prior to his career in MLB, Jim spent 7 years as a college football, wrestling & strength coach.
Active in the advancement of the profession within MLB, Jim served the last 6 years as President of the Professional Baseball Strength and Conditioning Coaches Society (PBSCCS). Appointed by the Office of the Commissioner of MLB, he has served on the MLB Strength and Conditioning Advisory Committee, MLB Medical Advisory Committee and MLB Electronic Medical Records Advisory Committee. Professional honors include: 2015 inductee into the Buffalo Weightlifting Hall of Fame, selected by MLB to serve as National League Strength and Conditioning coach for the 2013 All-Star Game, and voted by his fellow coaches as the 2012 Nolan Ryan MLB Strength Coach of the Year. Most recently his own competitive career has been resurrected, competing as a Master’s Weightlifter, winning the gold medal for his class in the 2012 California State Games, the ’12, ’13 & ’14 American Masters Championships and the silver in the ’14 Masters Pan-Am Championships.”