The Matrix Pro Team has been created for several reason; to promote health, fitness, nutrition and well-being all over the planet. We are humbled to do this on a one-on-one basis, through our books, training videos and special events.
We invite you to contact us, share your story and let us help you get into the best shape of your life. We'll make it fun, practical and an exceptional experience you will never forget!
RUTHIE BOLTON - NWBA Pro, Gold Medal Olympian, Author
"I love the opportunity to be a big part of the Matrix Pro Team and give back, with so many individuals in need and looking for support, a light in the darkness and even a better way to live... we are doing great things here, and we have only just begun."
Ruthie Bolton is one of the most accomplished female athletes in the world. She is a 2-time Olympic Gold Medalist, a USA Basketball Female of the Year, the Sports Illustrated Best Woman Athlete by home state, and one of only 4 players to be named to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2011.
After college, she was not even invited to try out for the U.S. National Team- a team which she later led to a Gold Medal in 1996. 2 years later, she was told she would never play basketball again due to a torn A.C.L., yet she re-claimed her spot on the National Team, and brought them to a second Gold Medal in 2000.
Ruthie’s off-the-court accomplishments include being a 1st Lieutenant in the Army, an author, “The Ride of a Lifetime”, the first National Spokeswoman for the WNBA’s “Play Fit/ Stay Fit” youth development program, the release of her first Gospel CD single “Making a Way”, and being 16th in a very close family of 20 children. She is currently working on a book sequel to the SEC Storied “Mighty Ruthie” entitled, “Making of Mighty Ruthie – The Truth”.
ABE MUNAYER - Pro Conditioning & Strength Trainer
The 2018 season is the second for Abe Munayer as Stanford’s sports performance coach. Munayer assists the sports performance staff in the day-to-day duties surrounding the football program.
Before coming to The Farm, he spent three seasons at Cal as an assistant strength and conditioning coach.
At Cal, he was the head strength and conditioning coach for the men’s rowing, women’s gymnastics and men’s gymnastics programs. He assisted men’s rowing to a Pac-12 title in 2016 and women’s gymnastics to an appearance in the NCAA Championships for the second time in school history, earning second place in the NCAA Alabama Regional. Munayer also coached three Olympic qualifiers for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
Prior to his stop at Cal, Munayer worked with the Cleveland Browns during their 2014 training camp, earning the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship for his efforts while assisting the strength and conditioning staff.
Munayer previously worked as a strength and conditioning coach and a personal trainer at Old School Strength in Petaluma, California. Since 2011, Munayer has actively competed and trained athletes in the American Powerlifting Association.
JAY BOGAN - MMA/Pro
Jay is a high-octane 145lb lightweight and currently tearing up the MMA/ circuit as much as he can, leaving a trail of blood and victory. Jay is currently incredibly hungry and in the best shape of his life and at a pre-fight body weight of a lean and mean 4% body fat ratio.
With ridiculous submission skills and as fast as lightning, Jay is ready to turn heads and take no prisoners. With four of his five wins coming via submission, Bogan is quick to attack in the transition. Equally dangerous on top position or on his back, Bogan can end the fight in an instant.
COLLIN HART - UFC Pro
Collin Hart was a member of Team Jones on the 17th season of The Ultimate Fighter. Hart won via 1st round submission (RNC) over Mike Jasper to gain entry into the TUF house. Jon Jones selected Collin with his 5th round pick and 10th overall.
In the 3rd episode Hart was selected by Chael Sonnen to fight Team Sonnen’s 6th round pick Kevin Casey. .
In the fight with Kevin Casey, Hart was able to control the fight on the ground from the top never giving Casey an opportunity to work his ground game. Hart won a 20-18 decision. He would lose in the quarter-finals to eventual winner Kevin Gastellum. He would still get a shot on The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale against Luke Barnatt. He lost a Unanimous Decision and it was later announced that he had been cut from the promotion.
Collin has joined the Matrix Pro Team to help teach individuals the importance of getting, having and easily maintaining a healthy body and fit lifestyle. Collin is living proof, after a few injuries, he has bounced back, re-structured and is currently in the best shape he has ever been in!