Performance Trainers

Rob Rabena M.S., C.S.C.S. – Director of Sports Performance

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Prior to joining MSI, Rob held the position as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Cabrini College in Radnor, PA. His main responsibilities at Cabrini were working with the men’s lacrosse team, a nationally ranked program for DIII Lacrosse. In addition to his work at Cabrini, Rob recently completed an internship at Cressey Sports Performance in Hudson, MA; one of the top sports performance facilities in North America.

On top of his extensive industry experience, Rob also has several academic credentials as a strength coach. Rob earned his Master’s degree in Exercise Science with a focus in Strength and Conditioning at East Stroudsburg University in 2012. His master’s thesis was on “The Effects of Interval Training on Pitching Performance of NCAA Division II Pitchers”. While at East Stroudsburg, Rob worked as the strength and conditioning coach for the baseball and softball team. Prior to this, he completed his B.S. in Exercise Science with a focus in Health Promotion from Cabrini College in 2011. Rob is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Rob contributed a popular article to EricCressey.com, entitled Should Pitchers Distance Run. Rob was also mentioned in an article for his training of Mike Adams by Marcus Hayes of the Daily News on Philly.com entitled, Phils’ Adams: Don’t Forget Me!

For more information about Rob on social media, follow him on Twitter @robrabena, on Instagram @robrabena3.

Contact Rob Today

Rob Rabena

Sports Performance Director

610.358.5500 x 17

sportsperformance@maplezonesportsinstitute.com

Nick Mascioli

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Prior to joining MSI, Nick was a successful baseball player, receiving 1st team All-Delaware County honors and 2nd Team All-South Eastern PA honors as a senior out fielder at Delco Christian High School. He moved on to a collegiate baseball career at West Chester University where he won a national championship in 2012 and played for 3 years. Nick received a B.S. in Exercise Science and served as the head strength and conditioning coach for West Chester University’s baseball team. Nick was an MSI strength and conditioning intern before joining the staff this year. Nick is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) under the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Nick is very knowledgeable on sprinting and speed mechanics and is in charge of speed camps here at MSI. Nick is also attending Massage Therapy School to receive is LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist) certification. He looks to bring that aspect of the health sciences to MSI in June.