He is not only a world-renowned strength and conditioning specialist, but he also is a physical therapist and athletic trainer. His experience has included working with a number of professional teams and athletes in a multitude of sports. He is a former President of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is an iTPA Certification Commissioner. He is probably most well know for his work in bringing Plyometric training to sports performance in the United States. His book Jumping into Plyometrics is one of the most read books in the field of sports performance. In addition to his work with thousands of elite athletes in many sports he has worked with elite tennis athletes for a number of decades including multiple world top 10 players and collegiate All-Americans. He currently trains and rehabilitates athletes at his facility in Northern California (Athercare Fitness and Rehabilitation) and can be reached at his facility website www.athercare.com.
The iTPA and Dr. Chu are currently developing a plyometrics for tennis continuing education course that will be available around the 2012 US Open.