Biography

Thomas Matthys is the founder and director of Swol Headquarters. He graduated from the University of Fordham with a Master’s degree in Science. Matthys is a certified sports nutritionist and personal coach of several professional athletes.  Matthys has been involved in various clinical studies within Track & Field including one on the factors associated with muscle recovery and HIIT. Matthys has also contributed in a wide variety of peer-reviewed articles that have been published in health and wellness journals and fitness magazines.

Prior to Swol Headquarters, Matthys used to be a world-class athlete, specialized in the 800m.

Education

Fordham University – Graduate School of Business Administration

  • Master of Science (MSc) 2012-2013
  • 3 Continent Master in Global Management New York

Antwerp Management School

  • Master of Science (MSc) 2012-2013
  • 3 Continent Master in Global Management Antwerp

Xavier Institute of Management

  • Master of Science (MSc) 2012-2013
  • 3 Continent Master in Global Management Antwerp

Achievements 

  • 2004 World Championship U19 800m Grosseto/Ita 9th
  • 2005 European Championship U23 800m Erf/GER 10th
  • 2005 World Championship Universities 800m Izmir/Tur 9th
  • 2006 European Championship Göteborg/Swe 13th
  • 2006 European Cup 800m Pra/Tje 2nd
  • 2007 European Championship U23 Debrecen/Hun 8th
  • 2007 European Cup 800m Mun/Ger 5th
  • 2008 European Cup 800m Oslo/Nor 6th
  • 3 times National Champion 800m
  • Ranked 5th all-time 800m in Belgium with 1.45.75

Links

Address

2969 Brookside Drive
Birmingham, AL 35291

Phone

+32473803899

E-mail

contact@swolhq.com

Thomas Matthys a former world-class track & field athlete and the founder of Swol Headquarters. He graduated from the University of Fordham with a Master’s degree in Science. Matthys is a certified sports nutritionist and personal coach of several professional athletes.  Matthys has been involved in various clinical studies within Track & Field including one on the factors associated with muscle recovery and HIIT.