Thomas Barbeau joined the Panthers as a strength & conditioning assistant in the spring of 2020.
Thomas Barbeau was hired as a strength & conditioning assistant in the spring of 2020.
Barbeau came to the Panthers from Baylor where he worked with head coach Matt Rhule and strength & conditioning coach Jeremy Scott for one year in 2019 as the football program's athletic performance coach. In 2017 and 2018 at Baylor, Barbeau was an applied performance assistant, working with athlete performance readiness technologies across all sports while also working part-time with football.
Prior to Baylor, Barbeau was the head olympic strength & conditioning coach at Plymouth State University (New Hampshire) from 2016-17. He also spent two years as the strength & conditioning coach at College Durocher Saint-Lambert, a prep school in Montreal, Canada.
Barbeau earned his bachelor's degree in education at McGill University (Montreal) in 2016 where he played basketball. He then earned his master's degree in exercise physiology from Baylor in 2018.
2016-17 | Plymouth State University | Head Olympic Strength & Conditioning Coach
2017-18 | Baylor University | Applied Performance Assistant
2019 | Baylor University | Football Athletic Performance Coach
2020-pres | Carolina Panthers | Strength and Conditioning Assistant
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