Take advantage of Sean Cochran’s over 20 years of experience in professional athletics. He provides hands-on science based sports performance training, long term athletic development, exercise science education, and biomechanical analyzation of human movement. Sean and his staff are also available for sports performance consulting to organizations, teams, and colleges seeking a step up on the competition.


Access Sean and his experience in the biomechanical analyzation of athletic movements of the rotary athlete. Allow Sean through 3-D motion analysis technology determine the efficiencies or inefficiencies in your hitting, pitching, or throwing motion. Complete the loop of training, learning ,and advancement as an athlete with a science base instructional tool analyzing your current motion to the top athlete’s in the world.


SCSP is a science based training facility focused on the athlete, team, or organization seeking sustainable success. Through a process of science based assessments, performance testing, biomechanical analysis, and nutritional evaluation. A plan is developed and then executed for optimal results and long term success. The backbone of SCSP is performance technology, analyzation, equipment, and science based programming.


Sean Cochran has been instrumental in the dispersion of information on science based sports performance training, biomechanics, athlete coaching, and long term athlete development.  An author of over 10 print publications, curriculum developer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and rank of professor in exercise science. Sean is at the forefront in the advancement of science based performance training and athletic development.

Sean Cochran – Human Performance and Sports Science Expert

Sean Cochran is a sports performance specialist, professor of exercise science, author, biomechanist,  and researcher. He is a very well known sports science and human performance coach with an extensive background in biomechanics and training the elite level athlete.


Sean’s career in professional athletics has spanned over 20 years with top positions in Major League Baseball and on the PGA Tour. Over the span of his career as a sports performance coach Sean has had the opportunity to work with Hall of Fame Pitcher Trevor Hoffman, All Star Pitcher Lance Lynn, World Series MVP Cole Hamels, Cy Young Award Winners Barry Zito and Jake Peavy, 6-time Major Champion Phil Mickelson, U.S. Open Champion Corey Pavin, Senior U.S. Open Champion Peter Jacobsen, PGA Tour Winner Matt Kuchar, and LPGA Winners Yani Tseng, IK Kim, Hee Won Han, and Jennifer Johnson.

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In addition to his work in professional athletics, the training of top collegiate, and high school athletes, Sean has authored over 10 books in the area of sports performance training. He holds the rank of clinical assistant professor teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in exercise science, and assists a number of Major League Baseball organizations  in the areas of biomechanical analysis and sports science initiatives.


Sean attended the University of San Diego for his bachelor’s degree, Concordia University for his master’s studies, and Liberty University for doctoral work. He holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, National Academy of Sports Medicine, United States Weightlifting Federation, and Titleist Performance Institute.


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  • 11 Professional Golf Major Championships
  • 2 CY Young Award Winners
  • 12 MLB All Stars
  •  5 Ryder Cup Team Members
  • 6 President’s Cup Team Members
  • 7 World Series Winners
  • 8 first round MLB Draft Choices
  • Multiple PGA Tour & LPGA Tour Winners
  • Numerous MLB Draft Choices
  • Multiple Division I Athletic Scholarship Recipients


  • Complete Conditioning for Pitchers
  • Fit to Hit
  • Core Training for Sports Performance
  • Performance Training for Golf
  • Strength Ball Training for Sports Performance
  • Success in Professional Athletics
  • NASM Golf Fitness Specialist
  • Core Golf Fitness
  • Golf Fitness Over Fifty
  • Junior Golf Fitness
  • Complete Conditioning for Martial Arts
  • Stronger Arms & Upper Body


  • The Score 670 – June 2021
    Bernstein & Rahimi White Sox Talk with Sean Cochran By Dan Berstein & Leila Rahimi "They have to utilize the biomechanics of their pitching motion with the goal of executing that motion with the greatest amount of efficiency and deliver the greatest amount of energy into the baseball....In order to do this the athlete must have a physiological foundation comprised of joint mobility, muscular flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, and power to support the biomechanics of the pitching motion..." - Sean Cochran Read More
  • Golf Digest Magazine – July 2021
    Phil Mickelson's Blueprint for Getting Stronger & Hitting Farther After 50 by Ron Kaspriski “The point is to prep his body for the more vigorous part of his workout,” Cochran says, “and what is required in a proper swing when you’re moving laterally, rotationally, vertically. ” From there, he will finish his prep work by doing a series of what Cochran calls “joint-integrity exercises,” trying to keep things like the pelvis and shoulders as strong and functional as possible—knowing that they can be problem areas for aging golfers who neglect them. During down times from competition, Mickelson transitions his workout to power exercises. These are the movements that help improve fast-twitch fiber. As you might expect, Mickelson focuses on exercises that boost the multi-plane movements of golf and help recruit more power from his body and the ground—things like medicine ball rotational throws for his upper body and box jumps for his lower body (yep, Mickelson can still get off the ground). Speed is the key to these moves, so he does them using only light resistance. Read More
  • Golf Digest Magazine – January 2020
    The 50 best golf-fitness trainers in America by Ron Kaspriski If you’re interested in getting “golf fit,” you’re in the right place. After closely examining hundreds of applicants, a panel of 10 of the most respected experts in golf fitness (see below) have selected the top 50 trainers in the United States. (They actually selected 52; there was a three-way tie for the last spot.) Unlike our first fitness ranking in 2017, which included professionals in all aspects of wellness, this list focuses solely on trainers. That means you can get a workout from anyone listed here. (It also means some top trainers were omitted as they work almost exclusively with tour pros.) “We wanted this list to be about the trainers in the trenches, the ones who can and sometimes do work with tour pros, and can make a 65-year-old with spinal stenosis play and feel better,” says Golf Digest fitness advisor Ben Shear. Read More