Fernando Noriega Biography
Fernando Noriega is a well-known American football coach who is presently working for the Philadelphia Eagles as the head strength and conditioning coach. Fernando is entering his third year as their head strength and conditioning coach. Rath, Fernando, and the performance staff have changed the team’s performance and health in the first two years.
Fernando Noriega Age
Fernando Noriega’s age is unknown in the limelight because he has not babbled his year, month, and date of birth.
Fernando Noriega Height
Noriega stands at a moderate height but he has not shared his actual height.
Fernando Noriega Family
Despite being a prominent coach Fernando is also a secretive person who has not mentioned any information regarding his father, mother, and siblings therefore these details will be updated as soon as the Philadelphia Eagles’ head strength and conditioning coach does.
Fernando Noriega Wife
Fernando is happily and contentedly wedded to his gorgeous wife, Claudette. The two love birds are blessed with three adorable kids, Diego, Ethan, and Alonzo.
Fernando Noriega Education
Noriega went to Cal State Long Beach where he graduated with a master’s degree in Exercise Science. Also, he enrolled at Whitworth University based in Kinesiology where he attained a bachelor’s degree and was a captain and a three-year starter on the football team.
Fernando Noriega Salary
Fernando receives an annual salary of between $100, 000 to $500, 000.
Fernando Noriega’s Net Worth
Noriega has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Fernando Noriega Career
Fernando is presently working for the Philadelphia Eagles as the head strength and conditioning coach. Fernando is entering his third year as their head strength and conditioning coach. Rath, Fernando, and the performance staff have changed the team’s performance and health in the first two years.
Before that, he worked for the Los Angeles Rams as a strength and conditioning intern in 2016 and as an assistant strength and conditioning coach from 2017 – 2020. According to Football Outsiders, Los Angeles completed as the healthiest team in the NFL in 2017 based on adjusted games lost due to injury.
He worked at Cal State Long Beach as a strength and conditioning intern in 2015 while at the same time working for El Monte (CA) High School’s football program as the head strength and conditioning coach. Noriega’s strength and conditioning coach career commenced at EM Speed and Power Training where he worked from 2013 to 2014.
Fernando is a Certified Performance and Sport Scientist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Furthermore, Fernando continues his education in sports management and leadership.