Dr Nic Gill is a professional strength and conditioning coach and an associate professor in human performance. He is best known for his work in rugby, with 18 years working in the sport. For the last 11 years, Nic has been the strength and conditioning coach for the All Blacks, a period of unprecedented international success for the team that has included more than 120 rugby test match wins and World Cup titles in 2011 and 2015.
Beyond rugby, Nic has experience in a variety of other sports, including work as strength and power coach for the record-breaking rowers Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, and strength and conditioning coach of NZ Track Cycling Endurance team leading up to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
In addition to helping individuals and teams strive towards high performance, Nic is a lifestyle and fitness coach for a number of international corporate organisations and individuals who take their own health, fitness, well-being and performance seriously.
Nic continues to study and research many areas of human performance at the University of Waikato, constantly refining and evolving his philosophy for being fit and healthy, and having the ‘winning edge’ in life and in competition.