Coach Bio

Barry Rubin
Strength and Conditioning

Biography

Barry Rubin enters his fourth season as the Chiefs strength and conditioning coach in 2016. Rubin played a critical role during his first three seasons with the club, implementing and maintaining a strength and conditioning program throughout the year that prepared the team for three consecutive winning seasons.

He joined the Chiefs after serving the previous three seasons in the same capacity with the Philadelphia Eagles (2010-12).

Prior to being promoted to the Eagles Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2010, he was an assistant for two years (2008-09).

Before his move to Philadelphia, he spent seven years as the head strength and conditioning coach (1999-2005) and four years as an assistant for the Green Bay Packers (1995-98). During his tenure in Green Bay,

the Packers earned six division titles, two NFC championship titles and a Super Bowl XXXI victory under Head Coach Mike Holmgren. He also served as a strength coach at Northeast Louisiana (1982-83, 1987-90 and 1994) and LSU (1984-85).

Rubin was inducted into the Northwestern (La.) State Hall of Fame in 2014, where he played with former Chiefs great Joe Delaney, and the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003.

He played tight end and punter at Northwestern State from 1978-80 after serving as a running back and punter at LSU from 1976-77.

Education: ­Northwestern (La.) State (B.A. 1981). Born: Monroe, La. Family: Wife - Nicole; Daughter - Daley.

Barry Rubin enters his fourth season as the Chiefs strength and conditioning coach in 2016. Rubin played a critical role during his first three seasons with the club, implementing and maintaining a strength and conditioning program throughout the year that prepared the team for three consecutive winning seasons.

He joined the Chiefs after serving the previous three seasons in the same capacity with the Philadelphia Eagles (2010-12).

Prior to being promoted to the Eagles Head Strength and Conditioning Coach in 2010, he was an assistant for two years (2008-09).

Before his move to Philadelphia, he spent seven years as the head strength and conditioning coach (1999-2005) and four years as an assistant for the Green Bay Packers (1995-98). During his tenure in Green Bay,

the Packers earned six division titles, two NFC championship titles and a Super Bowl XXXI victory under Head Coach Mike Holmgren. He also served as a strength coach at Northeast Louisiana (1982-83, 1987-90 and 1994) and LSU (1984-85).

Rubin was inducted into the Northwestern (La.) State Hall of Fame in 2014, where he played with former Chiefs great Joe Delaney, and the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003.

He played tight end and punter at Northwestern State from 1978-80 after serving as a running back and punter at LSU from 1976-77.

Education: ­Northwestern (La.) State (B.A. 1981). Born: Monroe, La. Family: Wife - Nicole; Daughter - Daley.