Chelsea Long is an Exercise Physiologist on the Sports Rehabilitation and Performance Team at HSS. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Georgian Court University where she played softball for 4 years. Chelsea also received a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi University. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Having been an avid softball player her whole life and spending 4 years as a softball player at the collegiate level, Chelsea believes that sports performance can be applied to anyone who has a fitness goal. This is a philosophy that she has been putting into practice since 2012, using an evidence-based approach along with her own clinical knowledge of injury prevention and performance enhancement techniques with clients of all ages and ability levels. With experience in strength training, agility, youth sports performance, as well as group exercise classes, Chelsea can tailor her training plans to maximize results safely and effectively. The primary goal for Chelsea’s programming is to get her clients back to what they love to do, whether that is competitive sports, recreational sports, weekend adventures, 5k’s or being able to get on the floor and play with grandkids. Injury prevention and performance enhancement for everyday life is how we keep our bodies primed for all the activities we love to do.