Sports Officials Combine

FSE lead trainer, Sean Robbins, has trained NCAA and NFL Officials, improving their physical conditioning along with developing movements specific to their sport and position.

On-Field Fitness

Learn like an athlete as you are. Speed and quickness are essential skills in sports officiating. To gain field or court advantage, you may often move to a position in a short amount of time. Gain knowledge on your movement techniques to decease injuries and increase your officiating longevity.

"Thanks for the feedback...I loveit! I will use all that information asthe season goes on."M.D. / Big 10 Official



Great stuff, Coach. Loved working with you, brother. You got me through some lower leg issues and helped get me back to the big show in Atlanta for SB LIII. Highly recommend Sean's approach, knowledge and skill.John Parry Former NFL RefereeESPN Rules Analyst







Excellent teacher who customizes a program for you: specific to your position on the field or court, his evaluation of your current 'movement', and provides you with the exercises/stretches to help you prevent future injuries. It has been great working with Sean and look forward to continuing that relationship. Highly recommend Sean toanyone looking to prevent injuries and live a healthier life.Jeff ServinskiBig 10 Officials



"Thanks for all the time and effort in meeting with us, observing us, and sharing your expertise and advice! I anticipated having achy knees and some stiffness and soreness on Sunday (typical "day-after" effects). Much to my surprise, I actually feltgreat. While I was thinking the extra drills before and after the spring game might add to the "wear and tear" on my knees and body, I actually felt much better than I typically do the day after a game and that was even without icing. I suspect the proper warm-up and cool down had a lot to do with that. I hope you will continue to be involvedwith our development and training!"B.S.Mid-American Conference Football Official